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Posts by: Robert Kingsbury

How to Quickly Estimate the Value of a Private Business

How to Quickly Estimate the Value of a Private Business
“What is the value of my business?” This is a common question asked by business owners for estate planning or retirement purposes since, in many cases, most of their wealth is tied up in their business. The definitive means of establishing a company’s true value requires soliciting bids from qualified buyers. However, short of putting your company up for sale,… read more →

Is Your Website Working?

Is Your Website Working?
Today, a growing number of small B2B businesses are contributing the majority of their marketing spend to their web presence and our portfolio companies are no exception.  A conversation with one in particular has prompted the writing of this blog.   RMB Products, a rotational molder and liner of thermoplastic components for demanding applications revised their website a few months ago… read more →

The Swiss Army Knife of Marketing

The Swiss Army Knife of Marketing
Last week, I was in Colorado Springs for a board meeting with RMB Products, a MCM Capital portfolio company. During the meeting, the head of Aerospace presented a new case study they authored after delivering a 70% cost savings using their rotationally molded ECS ducting compared to a composite alternative. My colleague and I were ecstatic, not because they delivered… read more →

M&A’s Impact on Digital Marketing – Keeping the SEO Momentum

M&A’s Impact on Digital Marketing – Keeping the SEO Momentum
A few weeks ago, I read a very interesting and informative blog on leveraging a company's digital footprint post-acquisition and felt our readers might find it useful as well... The following post was written by Brad Miller on August 2, 2012 and republished with permission (M&A's Impact on Digital Marketing – Keeping the SEO Momentum) Merging two businesses is an… read more →

Social Capital

Social Capital
"If you don't go to somebody's funeral, chances are, they won't come to yours." —Yogi Berra Sounds pretty morbid, but it's the truth. As Yogi Berra so eloquently put it, relationships require a quid pro quo. In a previous blog I had challenged the reader to begin to think about relationship building as "farming" rather than "hunting" in order to… read more →
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