Sales & Acquisitions for Companies With Revenues Under $2 Million. Often, PMPs managing pest control companies under the $2 million level are so absorbed with operating the business on a day-to-day basis, they have little time to strategically plan for a future sale of their business or consider possible acquisitions. It doesn’t have to be that way however, according to Rand Hollon of Preferred Business Brokers, a firm specializing in M&A activity for small- and medium-sized pest control companies. Speaker, Rand Hollon, Preferred Business Brokers, Ocala, Fla.
The water report should also be looked at for planning I feel for the general feel of whats happening due to the drought continuing. I would look at last years 2014 oct nov dec reports to see what’s been happening to the water sources on the trail. I’ve also asked that LAWP for example interface with the report. Its helpful for example to know when the acqueduct source is shut down…then there is the next to useless springs like at Golden Oak since the BLM or the allotee is not up to repairing what is broken on the trail..
[…] Lions and Tigers and Bears, OH MY!: Okay, last thing you have to worry about I promise: bears. Typically bears will hear you on the trail and know to stay away from you before you ever come close to an encounter with them. However, you will encounter bears if you leave your damn food near you. Don’t cook next to your tent, don’t hang your bag of food next to your tent, too low to the ground, or too close to the trunk of the tree you’re hanging it in (yes, bears will climb!). More info on beating the bears here. […]