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Pennsylvania Mergers & Acquisitions Company

Best PA mergers and acquistions company to sell my business


Are you looking for a top mergers and acquisitions company in Pennsylvania to help you to buy or sell a business? If so, Synergy Business Brokers M&A could be that company.  We specialize in selling companies with annual revenues of $700,000 to $50 Million in construction, manufacturing, services, technology, healthcare, distribution, engineering, and transportation.  If you are interested in buying or selling a company in PA like this, we can help.

In fact, we have M&A Advisors in PA, NJ, NY, CT, MA, and TX, so if your search for the best M&A firm is beyond the PA area, we can help with that too. We have been selling companies since 2002 and have completed hundreds of transactions.

Mergers and Acquisitions in Pennsylvania

If you own a successful company in Pennsylvania and are thinking about retirement, merging with another company can be an excellent solution. But not just any company. You want to get the right company to continue with your legacy and take care of your customers and employees.

That's where having an M&A Broker like Synergy Business Brokers can help. With our database of almost 30,000 potential buyers, we have plenty to choose from. We have the buyers that are interested in getting details on your company sign a nondisclosure agreement before we provide the name of your company or exact location. Once we provide them with more information, we can assess whether there is serious interest. If there is then, we will set up a meeting or initial phone call to see if there is chemistry and the right fit.

We'll normally introduce 2 to 7 potential buyers, which allow both you and the buyers to see if its something both sides want to pursue further. If so, the next step would be for the buyer to make an offer. Usually, we get multiple offers, which gives you leverage for us to negotiate the best price and terms.

When a letter of intent is signed, then the buyer will do further due diligence, and a contract will be negotiated. After the closing, you will typically stay on to help the buyer with a transition and teach them the lay of the land with customers, processes, and employees. You can also help them with any growth plans.

Acquiring Companies in Pennsylvania

If you would like to acquire a company in Pennsylvania, please view our PA Companies for sale. If one is of potential interest, please complete our online NDA on the company of interest and provide us with some information on your qualifications and background, and a Senior M&A Broker will follow up with you. If you don't find what you're looking for now, you can fill out our online form to enter your email address into our database to receive updates on new acquisition opportunities.

M&A Firm to Sell your PA Company

If you are thinking about selling your PA company, we offer a confidential consultation with no fee due unless we find the right buyer and sell your company. There isn't much to lose to have an initial conversation. We'll go over our process and ask some questions about your company. We can give you an idea of a potential sale price and see if its something you want us to move forward with. We have potential buyers for profitable companies throughout Pennsylvania, including:

We also have plenty of potential buyers for companies in Alleghany County, Montgomery County, Bucks County, Delaware County, Chester County, and Lehigh Valley.  You can view our 15 steps sales process and read about how we combine the best of an M&A firm and business brokerage, including our philosophy on our fee structure.

Contact us for Mergers & Acquisitions in Pennsylvania

To get started with a private discussion regarding possibly selling your Pennsylvania Company, fill out our online form, or call our Senior M&A Advisor in Pennsylvania, John Geoneotes at (215) 402 7075.  You can watch our corporate video to hear from some of our customers.

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