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Pruitt, Larry
September 2013
Pest Management Professional;Sep2013, Vol. 81 Issue 9, pM9
Trade Publication
The article presents the insights of Terminix president Larry Pruitt regarding the assessment of businesses for acquisition. Pruitt says that they take into consideration the geographic footprint, recurring revenue percentage and marketable assets of the company. He mentions that an important element for post-acquisition success the smooth management transition. He adds the importance of acquisitions to the growth strategy of the company.


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