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INVESTMENT BANKING & BUSINESS CONSULTING

FOR PRIVATELY HELD BUSINESSES

Established in 2002, SDR Ventures provides a professional class of M&A and capital advisory services. Based in Denver, the SDR team serves business owners and operators of privately held businesses with revenues up to $300 million across a variety of industries. Through our long-lasting client relationships, solutions-oriented approach and ability to close deals, we are reinventing the way business owners approach the market.

 
 

INDUSTRIES OF FOCUS

Manufacturing

MANUFACTURING

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Healthcare (Health Care)

HEALTHCARE

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Technology

TECHNOLOGY

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Distribution and Logistics

DISTRIBUTION & LOGISTICS

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Consumer Products

CONSUMER PRODUCTS

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Business Services

BUSINESS SERVICES

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“I AM THANKFUL TO SDR VENTURES FOR THEIR SERVICE AND EXPERTISE THROUGHOUT THE TRANSACTION PROCESS.”

Mike Denney
President & CEO
Denney Transportation

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