The market is flush with different types of capital providers, each with varied fee structures and interest rates.
Whether you’re considering debt consolidation, acquisition financing, asset-based lending, factoring, or SBIC loans, connecting with a host of lenders and other capital providers will help you make the right decision for your business.
Join the thousands of CEOs and CFOs who have leveraged Axial’s free tools to get more competitive rates and find alternatives to Main Street banks.Download: The CEO‘s Guide to Debt Financing
We joined Axial because we were in a growth spurt. We met a number of people on the debt and equity side of the house, learned a great deal, and ultimately secured an extraordinary debt position.
When it comes time to make the decision to sell your business, you know you’re looking for a buyer — but what kind?
Understanding the differences between buyers is critical to making the right decision for your company and its employees. You’ll also need the right people at the negotiating table in order to get the highest possible price.
By confidentially laying out your goals and key business information on Axial, we in turn recommend the most relevant advisors and buyers for you to review at your own pace.Download: The Complete Guide to Evaluating Buyers for Your Company
Achieving sustained double-digit top-line growth usually requires a dedicated inorganic growth strategy. No matter if you’re an experienced acquirer or haven’t yet tackled add-ons, finding the right targets and executing on deals is a huge undertaking.
Axial’s technology gives business owners real-time access to dealflow in both their direct and adjacent markets. When a deal fits your strategic interests, you’ll be recommended to fellow business owners and their advisors.Download: The CEO‘s Guide to Strategic Acquisitions
Before Axial, we were 100% reactive to identifying acquisitions. Now we’re proactive.
Few things are worse than building your business to the point where it can successfully sell or raise capital, only to take your eye off the ball or underperform. That’s why M&A advisors are so critical in a transaction.
They can advise you on getting the best terms, help you run a competitive process, and free you up to stay focused on core operations.
With hundreds of firms to choose from, how can you feel confident you’ve chosen the right one? After scheduling a brief and private phone consultation, our team will give you three carefully-chosen referrals.Download: The Complete Guide to Hiring an M&A Advisor
What makes Axial so attractive is that you can very quickly identify the right people you want to work with. Axial makes it very easy to have everything at your fingertips.
Axial has helped thousands of business owners explore their options for growth, sale, debt and capital raises, management transitions, and much more. We can provide initial advice, and connect you with partners and experts that will help you achieve your goals. We keep our discussions confidential, until you give us permission otherwise. And if you are early in your process and just looking to learn, you‘ll find a treasure trove of advice onAxial Forum.Download: Before the Deal: A Checklist for CEOs