Size of the market for the sale of small and middle market companies is estimated to be $ 5 Trillion Dollars.
Size of the Healthcare market is estimated at $1.7 Trillion.
Size of the mobile advertising revenues is estimated to be approximately $70 Billion in annual revenues.
Almost $5 trillion in liquidity is expected to be created as aging Baby Boomers transition out of their closely held businesses to retirement.
The three most common exit strategies are sale of the company, recapitalization, or ESOP.
An estimated 65 percent to 75 percent of the small companies in the U.S. -- some 10 million -- will likely hang up a "for sale" sign over the next five to 10 years. Why ? Retiring baby boomers. While it has historically been a seller's market, we're on the cusp of shifting into a buyer's market. The children of the baby boomers have moved on to other things, so with no one to pass the business to, they have no choice but to sell. The likely result ? An oversupply of businesses for sale -- and an end to the current seller's market. (INC.Com Magazine).
This has created a buyer’s market for acquisitions of small and middle market companies. The current owners are taking money of the table for retirement, while continuing to manage the company for additional growth prospects. The companies can be acquired at 3 to 5 x EBIDTA.
There would be limited competition, as a publicly trading diversified holding company, that is focused on acquiring controlling stakes in companies with a transaction size of up to $10 million dollars.
The company is focused on using a public trading vehicle, to acquire ownership positions in small to middle market companies over the next three years.
The operations will provide for income from advisory services, interest, dividends and capital gains from investments in public and private companies in a variety of industries located worldwide.