Retirement, exit or new partners
Digital & creative
Although the UK is the fastest-growing market for digital, creative and advertising businesses, margins are being squeezed by the major players. Owners are now looking to realise the value in their businesses before it is too late.
web design & development
The UK technology sector is growing more than two-and-a-half times faster than the overall economy, with London ranked as the 2nd most connected place behind Silicon Valley. Major challenges in this sector include market penetration and effective scale-up planning.
Hosting & maintainence
The hosting sector is set to grow and expand over the next 5 years, however concerns over Brexit have dampened the investment mood slight. Owners must act quickly to realise the true value in their company before 2019 rolls around.
The recruitment sector continues to thrive, especially in the marketing, creative and digital verticals. Many owners are choosing the upwards curve as the time to explore a business exit.
Investing for growth
Mammoth Marketing Group operates in the UK and Europe, acquiring and investing in profitable, stressed and struggling businesses. We work with business owners who are looking to retire, exit the sector altogether or who are looking to take on a new partner to scale-up and grow. Our starting point is always to understand the growth plans for the business and the barriers to achieving these goals. As investors and strategic advisors we can help with the key challenges of: - Securing Seed and Series A/B funding - Introducing Angel and Private Equity funding partners - High growth and strategic growth planning - Relationship building and introductions - Succession and exit planning - Mentoring of the leadership team - Growth and scale-up strategies. In addition, Mammoth delivers training and consultancy focussing on scale-up strategies, creating value from an exit, strategic marketing and growth through acquisition.
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