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Sportswear: Case Study
This paper is a case study of the acquisition of a garment assembler.
# 73100 | 1,130 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2004 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2004 in Business (Companies)

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This paper is a case study of the acquisition of a sportswear company. The paper answers these questions: Is this a company we want to buy? How much should we pay? Are we ready to buy? Why is the seller selling? The paper also includes the questions: How will we finance the deal? How can we increase production without increasing costs? What sort of disclosure do we need from the current owner?

From the Paper:

"Leslie Olivera is a sourcing manager for the Foxtrot Company. She has been working with a contract manufacturer for her company called Sportswear for some time. Olivera has been offered the chance to purchase Sportswear from its present owner. Charles Richards requires no money put down and is willing to accept payments on a note payable over six years. Olivera believes only way that Sportswear can remain viable is to grow."

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