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Before attempting any merger, both companies should have clear goals and steps in place to ensure a
smooth transition. Both companies, especially the company in charge of acquisitions, should evaluate
any business issues that could cause potential problems. Both companies should check their cash flow,
market positions, regulatory parameters, and any future opportunities that could be affected by a
The Key to a Successful Merger
A key to a successful merger is to look at a company’s past dealings. Past dealings oftentimes serve as a
good guidepost for what you can expect for the future of the merged business. It is also important to pay
attention to a company’s target audience, work environment, and employees. These factors will give you
a good idea of what to expect from the merger.
Outline and Consider the Negatives
Before signing any documents, both companies should outline and carefully consider both the positive
and negative aspects that will come along with the merger. This will ensure that both sides are fully
aware of what they are getting into. Stakeholders should also be well aware of all the benefits and
dangers of a merger.
Anticipate and Plan for Employee Communication
After both sides have carefully considered the pros, cons, and set a merger strategy in place both
companies should work to ensure that they anticipate the probable employee turnover ahead. Companies
should work to produce programs focused on employee retention.
Employee retention is one of the keys to a successful merger and running a business. By putting a six-
month and one-year plan in place, the merged companies will be well on their way to ensuring a
Contact our Palm Springs mergers and acquisitions firmto receive a consultation.