New BlackArch Report Details Themes That Drive Value in Business & Professional Services Firms

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"Creating Sustainable Value in Business & Professional Services Firms" offers a checklist of characteristics that cause privately held service firms to stand out from their peers and attract investor interest.

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A new report from middle-market investment bank BlackArch Partners examines the themes and characteristics that make some services firms particularly attractive to investors looking to put capital to work in the sector.

"Creating Sustainable Value in Business & Professional Services Firms" offers a checklist of the characteristics that help leading services firms stand out among their peers – from a non-star culture that values institutional excellence and knowledge to a focus on recurring revenue streams that offer visibility into a future business pipeline.

The report draws on the experience of BlackArch bankers in working closely over the last year with a number of privately held business and professional services firms. One is a leading digital marketing firm; another is using unique, technology-based solutions to drive operational and cost efficiency for customers in the healthcare industry.

"Creating Sustainable Value" takes an in-depth look at each of the key themes for potential investors, explaining how and why they drive value. It is a valuable guide to any leader of a business or professional services firm wondering how to create an attractive and sustainable platform for investors.

The report is now available for download from the Industry Insights section of BlackArch's online Library, where a one-time registration and approval process allows you to return whenever you like from the same computer with no password to enter.

BlackArch encourages interested parties to register and download the Report and reach out to our Business & Professional Services team or our Private Company team to discuss value creation opportunities in the sector.

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