Fahrenheit Advisors knows from experience that every business owner, especially in middle-market companies, should be prepared for worst-case scenarios. In addition, transition is inevitable and you will ultimately need an exit strategy or succession plan. That’s why we help you articulate your goals, figure out a plan and execute to achieve the desired results.
Sometime there are warning signs, such as poor key-performance indicators, liquidity issues, rapid debt increases or significant employee turnover. We help you identify and assess each specific situation, then execute turnaround strategies that work – from emergency intervention to operation restoration, profitability and growth.
Our team has served as chief restructuring officers and turnaround advisors to companies experiencing financial distress. Our experience spans many industries across the middle market, and we often work in concert with legal counsel to assist the client’s leadership through the complexities of a formal (or informal) re-organization process. Our approach is to lead the client’s staff and provide our expertise as and where needed.
Or if it’s time for you to move to your next adventure, we have extensive experience in developing and executing exit strategies for middle-market companies, as well as well-defined family or management succession plans.
We are here to help you maximize the value for your business. We bring together a diverse team of experts and skill sets to identify alternative value decisions and synergies with potential exit partners. We evaluate business lines, operations and profitability, customer profitability and contract backlog, management team and workforce, and processes and procedures to identify areas of improvement to make your business desirable for a buyer. We bring the expertise to drive value and take your company though the exit process from data room preparation, hiring of external advisors and providing support through the entire process.
Our advisors know business strategies that work, and how to work them.