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Investors

Equity Partners

Our Equity Partners help to fund the acquisitions of the small businesses who join our Collaboration model. Although we favor all stock deals in our acquisitions, investor capital is often used to buy out minority shareholders or clear any debt of companies joining the group.

Equity. To invest in our companies you can buy equity in our holding companies our sister company – Synergy Capital.

Enquire about convertible notes or bonds.

Commercial Property Investments

Looking for a Passive Income?

As part of a Business Acquisition we may be offered the opportunity to acquire the tenanted commercial property.

Commercial Property Investments offer our investors the opportunity of a guaranteed return on investments.

Enquire about our Commercial Property Investment opportunities

Synergy Business Partners is always on the look out for people who can bring their skills and expeerience to complement our growing team.

Our Team is also available to help you with your own business requirements, whether that includes the day-to-day operations or creating and implementing your own Acquisitions.

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Depending on its size, a company may be legally required to have their financial statements audited by a qualified auditor, and audits are usually carried out by accounting firms.

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