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Episode 25 – Mergers and Acquisitions: Growing Through the Sale with Sam Palazzolo

by | Sep 7, 2021

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Have you ever considered using mergers and acquisitions as a growth strategy?

While the idea of expanding your company can be intimidating, it doesn’t have to be. Sam Palazzolo, Founder of Tip of the Spear Ventures, knows a thing or two about merging and acquisitions – and from companies big, small, and everywhere in between. In this episode of CEO Sales Strategies, join Sam and Doug C. Brown as they discuss mergers and acquisitions, finding “unicorn” employees, strategies for building a productive team, and more.

In this episode you will learn:

  • Surprising truths behind mergers and acquisitions, and why something already established could benefit you and your business.
  • Growth strategies from Sam’s career in ventures, and lessons that can be learned from transformational business approaches.
  • How hospitality can be conveyed through the Internet, and why this is important to keep your clients engaged.

Episode’s guest – Sam Palazzolo

Sam Palazzolo is the Founder/Managing Director at Tip of the Spear Ventures, a Private Equity firm that provides early-stage entrepreneurs with venture capital, has a holding portfolio from Mergers & Acquisitions, and conducts Business Funding services. He and his team have built the organization into one of Venture Capital’s favorite firms, a sustainable leader, and dramatically increasing customer satisfaction and growing financial results for the companies they help grow.

Doug C. Brown is the CEO of Business Success Factors and creator of Sales Revenue Growth University, where he teaches the best sales revenue growth strategies for companies who are serious about their sales growth. These are the same strategies and methodologies that he used to increase a company’s close rate by 862% and their revenue growth by 116% - all within four months.

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