Methods of external growth

IB Business Management: Methods of external growth

External growth (also known as inorganic growth) refers to the expansion and evolution of a business by using third party resources and organizations rather than relying on internal sources and activities. Methods of external growth (or inorganic growth) include:An acquisition (also called a takeover) involves one company buying a controlling interest (majority stake) in another company. This means the buyer purchases...

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