Rochon said that, given his knowledge of the industry, some of the companies may require turnaround assistance, while others will be profitable at the point of acquisition and can focus on achieving a new level of growth.
What does POA stand for?
POA stands for Point of Acquisition
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- Place of Articulation
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- Plan Of Action
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- Planet of the Abts (band)
- Pledge of Allegiance
- Point Of Access
Samples in periodicals archive:
He said: "At the point of acquisition we have already developed a plan for each property.
Brian Norton, Norton's founder and inventor of the Sherpa system, said: "Even leading up to the point of acquisition, Excelerate Technology's team has opened doors and created interest at major shows that we would have found impossible to achieve on our own.
Therefore, preservation administrators will have to plan for an ongoing process of media conversion beginning at the point of acquisition (Cloonan, 1991; Lesk, 1992).
Brand gets reach and frequency with target audience "Ad-supported music models have historically been unable to deliver the value required by advertisers because they focus on the point of acquisition alone - one moment with one music fan," explains Jed Carlson, chief operating officer of ReverbNation.
TWL had seen a significant turnover increase in recent years and, at the point of acquisition, was forecasting further substantial growth as demand for turbochargers ( which improve the efficiency of diesel engines ( continues to rise in light of increasing fuel prices and environmental concerns.
intellectual property, customer lists) are 'fair valued' at the point of acquisition and amortized through the P&L (with no cash impact) over their estimated useful lives.
Gaskell is still looking for a buyer for the rest of Tomkinsons, which chief executive Gerry Wheeler, earlier this year described as 'problematic since the point of acquisition.