You may think that starting a business is the real problem but to manage the firm in a way that keeps the profits flowing is not a walk in the park either. Some of the business decisions you may be faced with eventually is whether a merger will be okay or acquisition. It is not the death of the firm but remaining adamant when it is clear that you have to do something in keeping the company profitable might be the death of the company. The truth is that two firms which have combined their assets and resources will claim a better value for their shares on the stock market companies to what the single entities had. With better resources, the efficiency becomes better too which reduces redundancies in the production process. Also, there will be greater improvement in the production as well as distribution chain which hastens the time it takes for the consumers to get the goods. This is one of the best ways to see your profits go through the roof.
One of the things entrepreneurs get once they merge is a fresh market share. When there is an M&A process, the consumers who were loyal to the individual companies will still enjoy the goods and services they were getting before and this process makes sure in the event that the new company comes up with the better products getting the consumers to try them will not be that difficult. With more resources, the resulting company can make more products and goods and as long as they are under the umbrella of the preferred brand, consumers will have a lot of choices when they go shopping. You need to think about this prior to sending the M&A offer back because you will not be losing your clients at all.
Expansion means resources and capital. Raising the money as an individual firm might mean digging into your own savings not to mention applying for loans. With the M&A process, you will have better technologies, resources, and money to facilitate the entire process with any hitch. Since both companies had experienced professionals in various spots, there will be no need for fresh hires who will require investment in training and recruitment. When two companies who were at war in terms of market share come together, they will form an entity which cannot be shaken that easily.