Investments In Founder & Family-owned Businesses
A simple referral could net you six figures and a mercedes!
zintro has developed a business relationship with trivest partners. Yes, you may have seen this inquiry before. There are 6 potential deals in our pipeline from that last inquiry with a total enterprise value of over $350 million. Trivest is the oldest private equity firm in the southeastern united states and has $415 million of committed equity capital to invest in founder and family owned companies. We are seeking to invest in companies that meet the following criteria: - founder or family owned business - revenue in excess of $20 million - operating income in excess of $4 million - based in us or canada - the owners of the business are willing to sell a controlling stake if you are aware of businesses that meet these criteria and are interested in getting paid a six figure buy-side fee for the introduction, please reply by zintro message with: - a high level description of the target company (with or without name) including location of the company's headquarters and approximate annual revenues, if available - your email address (it will appear blocked to you, but we can see it because we are premium subscribers) trivest pays buy-side fees for any introduction that leads to a closed platform transaction (1% of the purchase price + one hundred thousand dollars). For a one hundred million dollar transaction,trivest would pay a fee of $1.1 million (80% paid to you, 20% to zintro). And last but not least, you will also take home a 3-year lease on an s-class mercedes benz. If the referred target company sounds like a potential fit, we will send you a referral agreement and set up a time for a call. We look forward to hearing from you.+153 Other Responses
Business And Technical
I am in need of a great, affordable virtual assistant to take a large body of work, ideas and pieces of programs and organizing into documents - systems, etc. We are a non-profit with amazing content, goals and aspirations to help youth, thank you+3 Other Responses
Ecommerce And Online Retail Business
Our us marketing & advertising firm requires experts in amazon's ecommerce and online retail business to assist with a project we are launching this year.
-the ideal expert has an intimate understanding of the processes on the seller-side of amazon (businesses who sell their products on amazon.)
-an understanding of affiliate marketing is also a plus.
Referrals are also welcomed, thank you.+17 Other Responses
Hi zintro expert,
the zintro blog needs you! we are looking for expert opinions on the news mentioned below and would like to include your point of view. We realize your time is valuable, so here is a brief summary of what we are looking for:
a brief answer to the prompt a about 1-2 paragraphs a including your full name
participation is voluntary ano payment will be involved
if chosen, you'ãâãâll be named in the post and we'll include a link to your zintro profile which will generate more visitors for you
wondering what the post would look like? Here is a sample: http://blog.Zintro.Com/2012/01/16/keystone-xl-pipeline-pros-and-cons/
topic and prompt
robin li, ceo of baidu, the largest search engine in china, says that companies looking to do business is china often stumble because they don'ãât understand the local market. Foreign firms have a history of trying to launch and expand operations in china,in the hope of capitalizing on rapid growth in the world's second-largest economy. But many have faltered because they don't take the time to understand the complexities of the market, li said. Li cited google, one of his major global competitors, as an example of a firm that stumbled after expanding to china.
Google met significant resistance from the chinese government -- especially on the issue of censorship. After repeatedly running afoul of regulators, google chose to exit mainland china in 2010 and redirect its web traffic through hong kong. Li's firm was the direct beneficiary of google's woes, and thus far has been able to navigate china's regulatory and political intricacies with comparative ease. Baidu now holds a commanding market share in china.
Do you agree with li's statements about u.S. Businesses trying to find a place in china? What do you think needs to be done (if anything) to simplify the process?
Getting your name and expert opinion published on our blog is a great marketing opportunity. If interested, please send a response to the prompt via znotes within 1-2 days. Don't forget to include your full name.
If you have any questions, please let us know.
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