Navigating deal-making risks in the direct selling channel amid evolving regulatory standards
By: Troy Keller, Michael Lindsay and Anthony Badaracco
Mergers and acquisitions is an important growth strategy in many industries, and the direct selling space is no different. Companies in this sector tend to embrace a variety of deal types. The higher-profile deals may involve a major player in the industry acquiring a peer company.
These types of transactions can be transformative, but they also tend to be big bets for the acquirer. Another important approach involves moving upstream by acquiring manufacturing capabilities and even agricultural production.
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