Aggregation Forges Industry Powerhouses
Global Aggregation Corporation creates an opportunity for entrepreneurs to band together and create great wealth the likes of which will reside outside their reach if they continue to operate separately.
Exponentially increasing their sales through cross-marketing,
Dramatically reducing their costs through resource sharing and accumulated purchasing power, and
Giving owners an exit at a time of their choosing
With publicly traded stock valued at a high multiple of their earnings.
In the process GAC helps businesses, and the people in them, to achieve their fullest potential.
The objective of GAC is nothing less than bringing each of its ten industry aggregations to worldwide domination of its market space.
If you’re a business owner or executive, you need to know about Industry Aggregation. Whether you join or not, aggregation will dramatically affect your business.
The Power of Aggregation is achieved through the merging of several like, similar or related businesses into a combined entity resulting in a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts. An aggregation becomes strategic when its members are aggregated around a marketing theme which facilitates exponential growth driven via cross-marketing and shared costs.
Participation in an aggregation provides member companies with tremendous advantages over their non-aggregated competition.
Is Aggregation Right for Your Company?
The world has entered a period of economic turbulence caused in part by global hyper-competition, skyrocketing energy costs, financial uncertainty, and waves of new technologies. This will most likely be a prolonged period during which the status quo will be upset by rapid changes in how business is conducted within your industry.
The old business models and rules are being swept aside by new ones. Can your business weather the storm by itself? Or would it benefit from collaboration with successful partners committed to one another’s success?
Consider the following to determine the answer to the question: Is Industry Aggregation right for my company?
An individual company cannot compete with a strategically aggregated company.
An aggregated company cannot compete with 10 strategically aggregated companies.