Variables to Consider in Sustainable Supply Chain Acquisitions

Taiga Company blog by Julie Urlaub, Founder and Managing Partner at Taiga Company
Jan 4, 2013 7:00 AM ET
Traditional M&A assessments would tell you to focus primarily on a company’s financial statements, assets, and internal resources.  But what about the company’s supply chain?  Today’s sustainable companies must be able to effectively evaluate the risks and rewards of a complex framework of supply channels foreseen in an upcoming merger or acquisition.
“Far too often, M&A fails due to lack of synergy, related party conflicts, clashing cultures, or information technology issues.  A strong foundation cannot be built with just one piece of the M&A puzzle; you need to look at the full supply chain picture.” A quote taken from the CEO of Tompkins International in the article, Mergers & Acquisitions Can Be Risky Business Without Supply Chain Due Diligence. Click here to continue reading, Variables to Consider in Sustainable Supply Chain Acquisitions

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