SALT LAKE CITY, UT - (Marketwired - Jun 5, 2015) - As Utah tops the nation in job growth for the second straight year*, Transworld Business Advisors of Utah is finding the activity for strategic mergers & acquisition (M&A) services to be equally hot, as a growing number of companies seek to expand into the vibrant marketplace.
According to Transworld's president Saul Komisar, the company, which opened last year, brings buyers and sellers together to move a business toward strategic growth objectives. M&A activity fuels and benefits from an outpacing economy such as Utah. In the state of Utah, Komisar guided transactions for a diverse range of businesses ranging from $300,000 to $35,000,000.
"Leaders use M&A to achieve very calculated growth plans and Utah is incredibly poised to attract capital and interest from domestic and international players," he said. "Transworld provides Utah business owners with professionals who bring deep experience in finance and strategic transactions to guide them through the M&A process and advance each deal forward. We are pleased with the activity we have experienced in Utah which reflects the attractiveness and sophistication of the business here."
Transworld, a locally owned, state-wide, business advisory firm, has in its first full year emerged as one of the state's largest private business advisory practices. Komisar brings extensive experience in acquiring, funding and growing both private and publically held businesses. Transworld works with businesses when they are considering the sale of their company, the purchase of a company, acquiring a franchised company or franchising their business. In addition to connecting buyers and sellers, Transworld also offers business consulting services such as valuation, strategic planning, estate planning and structured sales.
For more information about Transworld Business Advisors of Utah, visit www.tworld.com/utah.
*Utah ranked as the best overall performing state in economic growth for the second year in a row, according to a 2014 U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation study.