The Poiuyt is known by many other names but is a drawing of an impossible object, sort of an optical illusion. At one end, it appears to have three cylindrical prongs which appear to be two rectangular prongs at the other end.
We view this image as symbolic of understanding and working with the varied requirements of buyers and sellers. Without looking at the other side’s point of view the solution seems simple, e.g., a seller may want to maximize the return on their sweat equity when selling their business. At the over end, the buyer may want to purchase a business that fits neatly into their overall business metrics. When coupled together without compromise the union of buyer and seller looks impossible. And negotiations almost always start this way.
At GPS Acquisitions we look at the impossible as an opportunity to explore solutions and alternatives that make the seemingly impossible, well ... possible. We understand that there are many factors that drive buyers and sellers; our mission is to forge a union that satisfies both parties.