Baby boomers, born between 1946 and 1964, are heading into retirement in droves (about 10,000 a day, in fact). For many small government contractors, the sale of their business will be a significant way to fund their retirement. Over the next decade or so, a record number of small government contractors will sell their companies. With so many companies coming on the market at the same time, sellers may find it difficult to find a buyer. For the buyer, this represents a great opportunity to buy a company. For sellers, it means that your success in selling your company will depend on your marketing strategy.
Selling your government contracting business
Govcon Accountants has an extensive network of thousands of government contractors who may be interested in purchasing your government contracting business. We are experts in government contracting and can assist in marketing your firm to potential buyers. Govcon Accountants can prepare your offering memorandum and assist with due diligence requests. With our extensive network of government contractors, we'll market your firm to thousands of potential buyers.
Buying a government contractor
Growing your company through acquisitions can be a solid strategy that capitalizes on the availability of a large number of small government contractors coming to market each year. Finding the right company to purchase, however, can be a difficult task. Govcon Accountants has an extensive network of thousands of government contractors who may be ready to sell. By working us to make these connections, you'll see more deals and find the right purchase. We also can assist in obtaining financing for your purchase.