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Showcase Your Business At The 2024 SAVCA Private Equity Conference

Benchmark International is proud to announce its headline sponsorship of The 2024 SAVCA Private Equity Conference: “Synergy with Collaboration” on February 27th and 28th at the prestigious Cavalli Estate in Stellenbosch, South Africa.


Benchmark International Facilitated The Transaction Of Sun Glass, LLC. And Safelite Fulfillment, Inc. (DBA Safelite Autoglass)

Benchmark International is pleased to announce the transaction between Sun Glass, LLC’s Auto division, and Safelite Fulfillment, Inc.


Five Lower Middle Market M&A Trends In 2023

The lower middle market is a highly dynamic and active segment of the M&A landscape, characterized by companies with enterprise values up to $100 million. In early 2023, several key trends appear to shape the lower middle market M & A landscape.


Founder-Owned Businesses Are Attractive M&A Targets

According to a recent Pitchbook report, buyers favor non-backed private companies in today’s M&A market. Non-backed companies are defined as not receiving any outside capital from private equity, venture capital backers, or angel investors.


Benchmark International Successfully Facilitated The Transaction Between George W. Evans & Associates And Nationwide Brokerage Solutions

Benchmark International has successfully facilitated the transaction of George W. Evan & Associates. They are a Managing General Agent that services individual and commercial insurance agents. The firm lends its expertise in helping in


Why You Should Sell Your Communication Business In 2023

The communications industry has witnessed rapid changes and advancements in recent years, driven by technological innovations and changing consumer demands.


Why Do I Need An Exit Strategy?

Don’t Delay

As a business owner, an exit plan is critical to preparing you and your company ready for retirement or your next act. Unfortunately, many business owners do not realize the importance of exit strategies, so they don’t feel like it’s worth taking the time to craft one. This is often a huge mistake. It doesn’t matter if you do not plan on selling or retiring soon. However, it’s wise to have an exit strategy for several reasons. 


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