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Even world-wide pandemics and supply chain crisis cannot stop the consolidation M&A momentum. 2021 was another huge year for Equipment Dealerships and M&A.

In this session, expert consultants in the equipment dealership industry, who have worked with dozens of dealerships facing M&A realities and decisions, will share stories from the road. In doing so, you will hear their insights and best practices as well as stories of what has worked well and what has led other dealerships toward deal success, struggles and/or stagnation.

Not to be confused with a seminar on the legalese of valuations and agreement documents, this session will dive into the actual issues that dealers like you face when determining how to ride this momentum wave (or not) as part of their ultimate strategic, succession, or estate planning strategy.
Key Takeaways:

  • M&A Climate and Updates
  • Choosing Strategies and Structures
  • Influencing Valuation
  • Surviving Due Diligence

Email Ben Thorpe at Farm Equipment with any questions about the webinar.

About the Speakers

Scott Brin

Scott Brin manages the firm’s Strategic Advisory practice, assisting clients with buy-side and sell-side transactions, mergers, debt restructurings, and various financial analyses. With over 10 years of experience serving clients across all industries, Scott is specialized at assessing the inner workings of each unique business model to assist owners and executives in the strategic decision-making process. He prides himself on understanding and communicating the key business drivers and focuses on data-driven decision making. Scott’s previous experience working within two publicly traded companies was the foundation which honed his ability to focus on new ventures, financial analysis and process improvement strategies to reduce costs and increase profitability.

Marc Johnson

Marc Johnson proactively counsels business owners on financial and tax matters in order to position them well for growth and business succession. He works primarily with equipment dealerships throughout the United States, and has for over 20 years. Working with dealers’ teams through decades of dramatic change, he enjoys helping as they grow in size, complexity, and value. He delivers operational and strategic planning that encompasses tax, estate, and succession considerations, as well as counseling through and merger and acquisition opportunities and transactions.