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  • To Buy or Not To Buy?

    There is a growing trend among the users of staffing services to fill all of their needs, from traditional temporary employees to professional specialists like accountants and information systems consultants, through a single provider. Some industry analysts speculate that the companies that will remain on top of this trend will be those that add to their range of services through acquisitions.  Read More

  • Why is One Staffing Company Worth More than Another?

    Two companies generating annual revenues of $10 million sell in separate transactions. The total consideration paid for one company is 25% higher than the amount paid for the other company. Why?  Read More

  • When Should I Sell My Staffing Company?

    It's understandable that owners would want to reap the rewards of recently signed clients. Often times, clients don't learn about your company one day and then hire you the next. It can take years of getting to know each other, office visits, travel, follow up calls, and most importantly, perseverance, before a client will trust you enough to hire your firm.  Read More

  • Maximizing the Value of Your Staffing Company

    This article is directed towards staffing company owners that plan on selling their companies as soon as today or much farther into the future. If you wish to sell now, there are buyers in the market that will pay fair prices for your company, even in this challenging business environment.  Read More

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  • Q4 2017

    De Bellas & Co., the leading investment banking firm serving the Staffing and Workforce Solutions industries exclusively, reports 32 M&A transactions were reported in the fourth quarter of 2017. Overall, 134 staffing and staffing related transactions were reported in 2017, vs. 138 in 2016, with Healthcare staffing leading the activity with 23 announced transactions.  Read More

  • Q3 2017

    De Bellas & Co., the leading investment banking firm serving the Staffing and Workforce Solutions industries exclusively, reported today that 43 M&A transactions were announced or completed in Q3 2017 vs. 45 transactions in Q3 2016. Private strategic buyers made up almost 78% of the overall activity, while private equity firms accounted for about 19% of the activity.  Read More

  • H1 2017

    De Bellas & Co., a leading investment banking firm serving the staffing and staffing related industries, reports 30 M&A transaction were announced or completed in the fourth quarter of 2016. Overall, 138 staffing and staffing related transactions were announced or completed in 2016, up 2% over 2015. Buyer activity remains well-dispersed, as 120 different buyers were responsible for completing this year’s 138 transactions. Private strategic buyers continue to be the most active making up 70% of overall activity in 2016.   Read More

  • Q1 2017

    De Bellas & Co., the leading investment banking firm serving the Staffing and Workforce Management industries exclusively, reported today that 32 M&A transactions were announced or completed in Q1 2017. This represents a decline of 16% from Q1 2016. This decline is due, surprisingly, primarily to a decline from twelve to four transactions in IT Staffing. This leads us to conclude that this decline is an anomaly and not indicative of current trends.

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