Don Manifold is Equity & Advisory’s Joint Managing Director. E&A is an Australian corporate advising firm. Don has over 30 years of working experience, 25 of which have been in corporate finance. Don has executed more than 70 company transactions totaling over $3 billion. He has worked with notable brands like Adelaide. His valuation studies on enterprises total more than $25 billion. Don was recently asked about his business activities, influences, hobbies, preferences, characteristics, and new ideas.
What is your most recent success?
E&A has expanded up to ten times in the last four years, owing primarily to our market involvement strategy. This technique is largely influenced by the sharing, proposing, refining, and delivering model by Michael Kean. The core of this strategy is to provide our clients with relevant ideas to assist them to reach their objectives.
What is your most recent project?
According to Don Manifold, E&A assists private and family companies with capital raising, acquisitions, restructuring, and divestitures. All of our executives have previously served as managing partners or managing directors at big corporations, and each presently serves on the boards of one or more private and family firms. These executives are also backed by a team of specialists that are committed to providing the best possible results for our clients.
How do you make ideas a reality?
Our team is the greatest idea source, and we meet every quarter to explore ideas and select the three most significant ideas to work on for the following three months. The ideas are approved by the entire team, and my vote holds the same weight as everyone else’s.
What is one approach that has aided business growth?
The one strategy that has had the most benefits in businesses advised by Don Manifold and his team is the direct marketing plan. The goal is to deliver valuable ideas to our clients to assist them in creating wealth. I also applied this strategy while working with Adelaide.
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