Our view on this is yes, with some important caveats. Firstly, and now more than ever, a business really needs to be across its numbers and have a well-articulated outlook.
Category: Preparing to Exit
Entrepreneurship is a subject among several others which were tackled when I was interviewed by Anthony Moorhouse who himself is an entrepreneur and was a client of Oasis for over
‘Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans’ said John Lennon in the lyrics of Beautiful Boy released in 1980. Not his own line, it is
In a recent interview with Joanna Oakey from The Deal Room podcast I speak about Oasis M&A, our unique process, and why it’s important during transactions. In the second half
I recently sat down with Joanna Oakey from The Deal room podcast and spoke about my experiences in the tough school of hard knocks including my early skirmishes with deal
M&A activity in Australia in 2017 was extremely buoyant, climbing 55% on 2016 compared to global M&A growth of just 1%. Of the 1,127 deals 77% (868) were in the
2016 was a tumultuous year on all accounts. With political uncertainty arising from Brexit and the unexpected results of the US election, along with economic uncertainty as China imposed tighter
I think the notion of ‘Preparing your business for sale or exit’ is a complete oxymoron. When I hear professionals spout on about this increasingly fashionable topic fueled by the
What can be said about 2020 that isn’t painfully obvious to anyone in business? When it comes to planning, the saying ‘if you want to make God laugh, tell him your plans’ rings true.
The article by Tom Mcllroy in last Friday’s Financial Review entitled Manufacturing key to recovery from Virus hit1 may have seemed extravagant even by the current standards of grand political soundbites.
It was interesting to read the article by Sue Mitchell in last week’s Financial Review talking about the current power balance shift between retail tenants and landlords.