The decision to hand your business legacy over to someone else is an often demanding and emotional process. Through our wide experience in industrial undertakings we know that for you to feel right about this process, it is vital for you to take your time. Without this time, you may easily regret your decision through the remainder of the process or, worse (to us who would like to see the old owners stay on in the company), that we disagree on what direction the company should take.
Only when both parties are fully comfortable with each other’s values, intentions and visions for the future, we feel the conditions are met for a “happy marriage”. In other words, it will take lots of coffee and long talks about views on business to make both parties feel safe. At this stage an indicative offer is made and, if we agree, we usually sign a simple Letter of Intent (LOI) to make both parties feel comfortable in carrying out the transaction.