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Why Do Buyers Buy? Find Out at PCT's Virtual Event

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As part of his presentation at the Aug. 27 PCT Mergers and Acquisitions Virtual Event, Rand Hollon, a second-generation PCO and longtime industry broker, will discuss the different buyer-types and how PCOs can determine what type of buyer is the best fit for them and their company.

| August 4, 2014

RICHFIELD, Ohio –  As part of his presentation at the Aug. 27 PCT Mergers and Acquisitions Virtual Event, Rand Hollon, a second-generation PCO and longtime industry broker at Preferred Business Brokers, will discuss the different buyer-types and how PCOs can determine what type of buyer is the best fit for them and their company.

Description: Pest control companies are purchased by different types of buyers for many different reasons. These buyer-types include large-company acquirers, private equity investors, regional and local competitors, as well as individuals with, or without, industry experience, and others. Which specific buyer-type is the best fit for you and your company? What can a seller do to appeal to as many different types as possible? Why is it important for a seller to appeal to many different types of buyers? Find out from a licensed broker who has seamlessly ushered hundreds of buyers and sellers through the transaction process. If you’re thinking about selling your business now or in the future, this session alone – led by a second-generation PCO with broad pest industry-specific M&A experience – is worth the price of admission.

More Information about the PCT Mergers and Acquisitions Virtual Event is available at http://manda.pctonline.com/schedule.aspx.
Register at https://student.gototraining.com/r/3379584642298361856

The Mergers & Acquisition Virtual Event is sponsored by Rollins, Steritech, Arrow Exterminators, Massey Services and Terminix, and Rentokil NA.

Learn more at manda.pctonline.com, or call PCT’s conference division at 800/456-0707. 

 

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