DATA ON REVENUE GROWTH AND/OR MARGIN IMPROVEMENT IN PAST SEARCH FUND DEALS?
Curious to see if anyone has come across data that backs up the premise that search funders have found low-hanging fruit in the companies they acquired.
Most of the data (Stanford Study included) is around company revenue growth and margin profiles at entry, but wondering if there is any firm data around the aforementioned metrics at exit that quantifies the operational improvement that search funders were able to influence. (Entry vs. Exit financial data)
Thank you in advance!