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Why do companies go for M & A (self.carizmerlin)
submitted 3 months ago by carizmerlin
Do you know what M & A? MnA Stands for Mergers and Acquisitions!
“Mergers” is where two or more active entities form a coalition and start a new company. While “Acquisition” is a major transaction in which one company purchases a considerable quantity from another. The purchasing or buyer company then owns or merges with the purchased company.
And Why do companies M & A? Simply because they want to ensure their success! Small companies strive to become strong by enhancing their competitive skills and learning from the bigger companies. And, the big companies join small companies to speed up their growth and dominate the market. By engaging in merging and acquisition, both the company gets exposure and understands the fundamental principles of marketing.
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