Our Acquisition Philosophy
After completing dozens of acquisitions, we’re proud to say we have never sold a core business. Because we never sell the businesses we acquire, every decision we make is with a long-term view in mind.
Our goal is to empower our leaders to grow their businesses and continue building their legacies.
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Our Acquisition Criteria
Although each business within our portfolio is unique, the consistent feature amongst them is that they sell mission-critical technology tailored to a specific market. Otherwise, our businesses vary widely in terms of geographic region, size, technology, and other factors.
As a general guideline, we consider the following when evaluating a business for acquisition:
We acquire B2B technology companies that sell proprietary solutions. Most of our businesses sell solutions to a specific vertical, or geographic market, however, we are expanding our mandate to consider other types of technology businesses.
Smaller businesses with as few as a handful of employees and larger businesses with hundreds of employees have found their home at Volaris.
With offices in 30+ countries around the world and dozens of languages spoken among our people, borders are not a barrier to acquisition.
We are looking to further expand our footprint in our existing vertical markets, while also entering new markets with platform acquisitions. For a complete list of the markets we currently operate in, please visit our portfolio.
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