Boon & Perk Capital - Boutique M&A Firm For SMEs | Turnaround & Transformation
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Turnaround & Transformation

Business Turnaround and Transformation

Businesses are always moving even when they may appear to be standing still. When a business starts moving into deeper losses, that is when something fundamentally needs to change. Doing the same thing over and over again simply won’t produce a different result.Although it may sounds cliche however as the classic quote says “The definition of insanity is doing something over and over again and expecting a different result.” A business turnaround is the fundamental change or reversal of a floundering business.

We understand most businesses have their ups and downs. That said, every decline does not necessarily call for a change, however a consistent pattern of week results is a signal that a turnaround is required. Every dip does not call for fundamental change, but a pattern of weak results is the signal to consider the need for a turnaround. If you’re spending more and more time fending off your vendor and creditors, then you may need a turnaround.

Turnaround Options

For businesses facing the harsh reality of shrinking revenue, profits and cash flow – the options available to help turn things around are as follows.

  • Fix the business
  • Sell it
  • Close it down

All three choices are not mutually exclusive. There may be opportunities to fix part of the business while selling off some assets of another part. A combination of the options available is the most likely choice for most businesses.

Turnaround Strategies

Turnaround capital – Our immediate focus is on being cash flow positive, so through capital or equity injection, we’ll get the business back into profitability.

Restructuring – We understand change can be difficult, however, funding can be provided as part of a restructuring and reorganization strategy in an effort to create a sustainable and profitable entity.

Financial Engineering – Through smart financial restructuring, your debt burden can be reduced giving the business the extra breathing room to get back into a positive cash flow position.

Asset-backed Funding – Funding can be provided against assets within the company to provide liquidity.

How We Turn Businesses Around

  • Get a handle on the cash that is coming in and going out of the business.
  • Analyze and review all components of the business.
  • Develop a plan for fundamental change.
  • Agree on how to move forward.
  • Get buy-in and support from the rest of the organization.
  • Implement changes.

The best time to start the turnaround and transformation process is now.

Are you struggling to keep your business afloat?