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Gary Ampulski

Gary Ampulski is Managing Partner of Midwest Genesis (www.midwestgenesis.com), a Business Value Enhancement and Transition Planning/Execution firm. He is a seasoned operating executive with experience in start-ups, joint ventures, internal growth, corporate development, turn-a-rounds, workout and M&A transactions. He is a former business owner and CEO of two middle market, publically held companies that have successfully executed  “going private” sales transactions providing both liquidity and increased return for their shareholders. He has been in the Graphic Arts Industry for 40 years.

Recent Commentary & Analysis from Gary Ampulski

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An Owner’s Strategy For A Receding Economy

Published February 9, 2016

The impact of a negative economic outlook on M&A activity will be to turn the current sellers’ market into a buyers’ market and result in decreased valuations. The situation will cause most owners who might have been considering a sale transaction in the near future to pause and re-examine their strategies.

 

Risk: The Biggest Threat To Capturing Ownership Value

Published July 29, 2015

Much has been written about what business owners should do to improve the value of their business. So much so, that when it comes to developing a set of priorities to get ready for a sales or other transfer process, uncertainty and confusion reign supreme.

 

If You Think Selling Your Business is Like Selling Your House – Guess Again! Part Two: Improving Value

Published October 24, 2014

This is part two of a series on the differences between selling a house and selling a business. In part one, we discussed some of the key drivers and the effects that improvements have on home value. In part two, we drill down into the effects that various improvements in a business can have on transaction value.

 

If You Think Selling Your Business is Like Selling Your House – Guess Again!

Published October 17, 2014

Part 1 in a two part series on the differences between selling a house and selling a business. In part one, we discuss some of the key drivers and the effects that improvements have on home value. In part two, we drill down into the effects that various improvements in a business can have on transaction value

 

Want To Improve the Value of Your Company Up to 5x Without Borrowing a Dime?

Published May 23, 2014

There has long been speculation among business owners and their advisors over how to place a value on privately held companies. Now, newly developed business valuation models which replicate historical buyer experience sheds some light on the topic and provides some very interesting insights into value creation opportunities for current business owners and potential buyers.

 

 





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