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2023 Merger & Acquisition Report

Scheduled Release:

August 7, 2023
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What's Included

Zweig Group's 2023 Mergers and Acquisitions Survey collects data on the frequency of ownership shifts, how they're conducted, and consolidation trends in the industry. This report goes beyond benchmarking statistics to provide invaluable advice from our experts. It also provides descriptions of more than 300 transactions of AEC firms that have bought, merged, or been sold since 2013– these descriptions include firm names, locations, staff size, revenues, firm services, and other important details to help you gain valuable insight into recent M&A activity in the industry.
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This all-inclusive report breaks data down by firm type, discipline, market sector, revenue size, region of the firm's headquarters office, staff size, firm growth rate, and firm profit.

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More about 2023 Merger & Acquisition Report
If you’re considering selling your firm...
If you’re considering buying another firm...
If you’ve recently completed a merger or acquisition deal...
If you’re considering selling your firm, use this report to:
  • Find out what today’s buyers are looking for–who, where, and what
  • See what kind of price you can expect for your firm
  • Learn what’s motivating other sellers like yourself, and what buyers are hoping to achieve through an acquisition
If you’re considering buying another firm, use this report to:
  • Learn how long it takes to buy or sell a firm, from start to finish
  • Find out how many firms are satisfied with the acquisitions they’ve made
If you’ve recently completed a merger or acquisition deal, use the Merger & Acquisition Report to:
  • Learn how the price you paid or the amount you received compares with other similar deals
  • Find out if your peers or competitors also recently completed any transactions
  • Compare the success of your firm’s transactions with other firms’ successful (or not successful) transactions