You have decided that you are ready to advance your career. You have completed your education and have decided that you want to start your own business. You’ve created marketing plans and researched the competition. You know you have a great product and are ready to provide it to the public. The time to take action is now.
The business section is filled with news about corporate mergers and acquisitions. It’s often when a large company purchases a smaller one, but mergers can also occur when two similarly-sized organizations decide to become one. There are many high-profile examples in wide ranging industries: Exxon-Mobil, Time Warner and America Online, and the beer industry’s SABMiller-AB InBev mergers are all recent, well-known examples. While these are household names, small businesses frequently consider mergers and consolidations when it makes business sense as well.
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