If you currently own a wildlife removal business and are looking for ways to grow, Conserv® partners with wildlife control businesses and ambitious wildlife control operators who are looking to grow or build a reputable wildlife control company.
Conserv® is actively looking for great operators to partner with and provide the assistance and resources they need to grow.
When you join the Conserv® Team of companies, we invest in your business where it needs it the most.
If you would like to know what your business is worth to us or what it would look like to partner with us, please reach out to us at Growth@conservmail.com.
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Planning your exit strategy is something many wildlife control business owners don't think about, and we get it. Here's some questions to ask yourself.
Are you interested in selling all or a portion of your wildlife control business?
Do you need funding to grow your wildlife removal company?
Is your pest wildlife control business sell-able?
Does the thought of joining a larger wildlife control firm while also having the freedom to run your wildlife control business on your terms and earn a premium while doing so sound appealing?
Do you want to start your own wildlife removal business?
Email us at Growth@conservmail.com
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We will discuss what your intentions, goals, and objectives are. A brief conversation about your business's history, why you want to sell or partner, what your revenues are, and what an acquisition or partnership would like. We always draft up a non disclosure agreement to protect both of us.
We will send over a checklist to gain information about your business to determine if it would be a good fit. We review your financials and other relevant information.
We can typically get an offer (letter of intent) to you within thirty days or less. The sooner we receive the due diligence documents, the sooner we can get this to you. Should you accept it, we move onto further due diligence.
If an our offer is accepted, we draft a purchase agreement. If you are retaining any equity, we will also draft an operating agreement to define the roles within the business.
Closing payments are made and all documents are executed by both parties.
All assets of the business will be transferred over to Conserv.
In most cases, there is very little we want to change, including the name. We want to find synergies and add value where we see the opportunity. Conserv and it's other brands are known for fast growth for a reason.
We build an operating agreement that will define all roles in the business and what the plan will be moving forward. You could retain equity and be a silent partner, or you could stay on as a full time executive. The decision is yours.
The largest benefit is "the second bite of the apple". A purchase agreement is made for the assets and you retain a pre negotiated amount of equity in the new entity. On a quarterly basis, profit distributions are paid to shareholders. With that being said, by retaining a minority or majority stake, owners can continue to earn more money from the business making more than they would have if they sold 100%.
We work much faster than most strategic acquirers. In most cases, we can get to closing in 30-45 days based on the availability of due diligence documents.
Conserv is building the leading national wildlife control company and your company could be a major part of that story. Our processes and systems ensure high customer satisfaction, employee retention, and upward mobility for both lower level employees and executives. We are the fastest growing wildlife control business with a 325% year over year growth in 2020.
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