Seattle, WA (PRWEB) October 03, 2013
Deal Capital, a provider of expert M&A advisor services, announces the strategic acquisition of several top-level domain names including businessvaluations.org. “We’re always on the lookout for great domains to add to our portfolio,” says Nate Nead, Partner at DealCapital.com. “We’re particularly focused on acquiring domains that match our company’s services profile.”
As part of the acquisition, Deal Capital is providing discounted internal valuation services for new clients looking to peg a value on the most likely scenario for a potential business acquisition. The company valuation services include a weighted-average approach to value utilizing some of the most common methods and rules-of-thumb. Understanding corporate value helps business owners who may be looking to sell by giving them a starting point for negotiations with potential business buyers.
The company’s business valuation services are tailored to fit the needs of sellers who may have grandiose ideas on what their business may ultimately be worth. “We find a great number of lower middle-market business owners have unrealistic expectations on the true value of their businesses,” says Nead. “Our services are meant to help normalize expectations as to what a potential payout might entail. We hope the latest domain purchase will help to expand our current client base as well as give greater exposure for future clients looking to value their company prior to selling.”
Other recent domain acquisitions by the company include sellabusiness.org and businessplanning.org.
About Deal Capital
Deal Capital is a middle-market M&A advisory firm focusing on companies with revenue in excess of $5 million a year to $100 million a year with corresponding EBITDA of $1 million and up. The company has provided expert merger and acquisition expertise across a myriad of industries including oil distribution, software & SaaS, manufacturing, home healthcare and business process outsourcing. The company specifically works with long-standing business owners looking to divest business assets for the purpose of retiring. For more information, please visit http://www.dealcapital.com/