Buying or selling a printing company often consists of a six-step sequence that owners can follow to reach a successful deal.
NDP is confident 2019 can be favorable for buyers and sellers of printing companies, here’s what to do in case it isn’t.
Peter Schaefer of New Direction Partners, discusses the trend in EBITDA multiples for the printing and packaging industry segments.
Owners of printing and packaging companies who want to think proactively will be open to the possibility of selling or buying.
Peter Schaefer, a partner at New Direction Partners (NDP), discusses the NDP Stock Price Index.
Recently, New Direction Partners spoke with a group of investors about structuring a multi-company transaction. It’s a conversation we wouldn't have expected to be having on behalf of printing firms just a few years ago.
Do you, as the owner of a printing business, have a plan for no longer being the owner of that business?
At New Direction Partners, we have found that closing a deal is almost always the culmination of a number of steps—six, to be precise.
In our recent webinar, we were happy to report that the pace of dealmaking in the industry remains strong.
If you’ve been clocking mergers and acquisitions in the printing industry this year, you’ve had plenty to keep you busy. The fast pace of transactions in 2016 tells us that the market is sound and that many looking for opportunities to buy or sell have had little difficulty in locating them.
Let’s review some headline-making deals to see what they tell us about valuation trends and growth strategies.
Today is a great time to be a seller. It’s also a great time to be a buyer.
New Direction Partners compiles two charts that are published quarterly in Printing Impressions and packagePRINTING: the NDP Printing And Packaging EBITDA Trend Chart, and the NDP Printing And Packaging Stock Index. For now, let’s review the trend in EBITDA multiples for the two industry segments during the second quarter of 2015.
Paul Reilly and Peter Schaefer, partners at New Direction Partners, discuss why succession planning should start early.
M&A activity has picked up in every year since 2009, and that there’s every reason to believe the forward momentum will stay strong.