When it comes to mergers and acquisitions within the technology, internet and web sectors, ValleyBiggs is the preeminent brokerage firm in the country. They handle the middle market companies within these specific sectors, and because of this, they have gleaned a great deal of experience in it. Their goal for their clients is to maximize shareholder value and not just meet, but exceed expectations in the sale or purchase of one of these mid market companies.

The first step they take is to consult with the owners of the website business to determine things like a website valuation, which is dependent on several factors, and not simply by developing a multiples strategy. Acquisitions and mergers broker, ValleyBiggs, understand the tech sector so intimately that they know how to spot trends in the marketplace, and how best to feature a company’s most unique assets to help increase the valuation.

Sales Side Strategies

After an accurate website valuation has been drawn up, there are some important procedures that need to take place when the sale of a website is involved. Some of these procedures include:

  • Developing a professional marketing package
  • Beginning the marketing process
  • Fully understanding the company
  • Documenting client objectives
  • Creating a library of documents
  • Interviewing seller stakeholders

Buy Side Strategies

As a mergers and acquisitions company, ValleyBiggs, has had a lot of experience both buying and selling websites. They are experts in the industry and provide superior acquisition assistance which includes this non-exhaustive list:

  • Financial and strategic due diligence
  • Merger operations strategy
  • Model target development
  • Valuation & analytics
  • Deal financing
  • Lead negotiations

Strategy is the name of the game in the business of mergers and acquisitions. ValleyBiggs is the perfect colleague when a company is poised and ready to either buy or sell another website company. With their nearly twenty years of experience, they have seen all of the ups and downs of the industry, have climbed over hurdles specific to middle markets and never take a commission until their client’s site is sold.