Business Broker Launches New Website in Conjunction with Recently Inked Merger & Acquisition Deals

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Deal Capital, a middle-market mergers and acquisitions advisory firm, announces the launch of a new site redesign, new site logo and greater emphasis on M&A network affiliates.

Deal Capital showcases new logo and site redesign.

We felt the website launch would complement some of the successfully completed transactions we've had in recent months.

Middle-market merger and acquisition consultants at Deal Capital announce the launch of a new website including a brand new site logo. The new launch comes as the company celebrates another year of very successful closed transactions.

The new launch comes on the heels of several completed M&A deals. “We felt a new site launch would effectively reflect our new emphasis on a web-based content marketing strategy,” says Troy Jenkins, VP of Marketing for Deal Capital. “We also felt the latest launch would greatly complement some of the strategic deals the company has helped to complete in 2013,” says Jenkins. “In two separate instances in 2013, we’ve helped business owners obtain payouts of up to 40% greater than fair market value for their companies.”

With an emphasis on strategic auction business brokerage, Deal Capital and its partners consistently work to deliver more deals than their competitors while maintaining some of the highest multiples and payouts for their clients possible. “The strategic auction approach allows us to find buyers who’re willing to pay more in an acquisition scenario, especially when they are pit against other like-minded and motivated acquirers,” says Nate Nead, Senior Director of Deal Capital. “When it comes to selling businesses, we know our processes work because we’ve replicated the model over decades of experience.”

For nearly three decades, the partners and affiliates with have assisted business buyers and sellers in sourcing capital and closing middle-market M&A transactions across the United States. Based in Seattle, Washington, the company has expanded offices with an number of key partnerships in recent years.

“Our partners are hand-selected for their geographic fit, expertise and integrity,” says Nead. “Every partner with whom we work reflects the corporate culture of Deal Capital. Consequently, we are extremely selective on the type and form of partners with whom we associate.”

About Deal Capital
Deal Capital works with motivated business buyers and sellers in sourcing deals through a number of strategic regional offices nationwide. The company and its network has facilitated over $2 billion in transaction payouts over the last three decades and is confident in their ability to source more deals in the future. For more information, please visit

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