This week, I present three internet finds that should be interesting for for growth companies: a deep, insightful blog post by Ben Horowitz, explaining why Andreessen Horowitz prefers to scale their portfolio companies under the reign of the founding CEO – instead of putting in a professional CEO. A recent article claiming that IPOs have become less attractive as an exit option. And several stunning infographics from LUMA Partners related to scaling and exiting.
An Interview with Harald Maehrle, Mummert & Company – Part II
This is the second part of an interview with Harald Maehrle, partner at Mummert & Company, a leading corporate finance consultancy firm headquartered in Munich.
In the first part, Mr. Maehrle shared his perspective on the exit situation in the European technology sector. Now we’ll focus on the stages of the M&A process and what a company’s leaders can do to prepare for selling their company.
An Interview with Harald Maehrle, Mummert & Company – Part I
Back in March, I participated in the 8th Technology Day, the annual conference for innovation and corporate financing in Munich, organized by Mummert & Company in cooperation with the Munich Network. That’s where I met Harald Maehrle, partner at Mummert & Company, a leading corporate finance consultancy firm headquartered in Munich. Mr. Maehrle presented a great overview on the exit options for European technology companies.
A very interesting topic indeed, and so I thank Mr. Maehrle for sitting down with me for an interview to share his perspective on the exit situation in the European technology sector, and what companies can do to prepare for an M&A deal.
This is the first part of our interview – focusing on exit options for European technology companies.