Our Approach

Partner - Build - Grow

Our Approach

Creating Productive Partnerships

Established in 2000, BizGro Partners is a Private Investment Management Firm that acquires and operates growing companies in Business Service, Wholesale Distribution, Manufacturing and Construction. At the moment, we have substantial stakeholder interests in 30 portfolio companies in NY, NJ, CT, PA, FL, CO, TX, SC, NV and GA and employ, through its individual holdings, over 5,500+ employees in the mainland United States.
Become Our Partner

Due to our company’s growth objectives, BizGro is actively enrolling potential partners to acquire companies in the space we serve for the purposes of helping the company and its partner base generate wealth and ongoing cash flow.

Typically, a partner joins our acquisition program for the purposes of partnering with BizGro and its experienced principals, so we can acquire businesses as a partnership team. To learn more information about our business acquisition program, click here and fill out our Partner Profile Questionnaire. Once you fill out the form, one of our team members will reach out to establish an online meeting.

By the numbers


Companies Invested


in market value






business service




wholesale distributors


If I have seen further than others, it is by standing upon the shoulders of giants.
— Sir Isaac Newton
Our Philosophy

Buying solid companies & managing downside risk

The companies BizGro  normally acquires are too small for Private Equity Groups which focuses on buying middle market companies ($30MM+ in Revenues & $5MM+ in Net Earnings) and too big for most individuals who generally do not have the resources or risk tolerance to buy this kind of business without economic or management support. 

In a recent article in Forbes Magazine, over the next 2 decades the Baby Boomer Generation (Individuals born from 1944 to 1964) will transfer over $30 Trillion in wealth to the next generations.  Due to its position in the marketplace, BizGro is uniquely positioned to acquire some of this wealth that will be transferred in the next 20 years.  Our aim is to buy a minimum of 100 companies in the marketplace we serve in the next 7+ years.

The businesses we buy normally meet the following criteria


Price Valuation

The companies we acquire are normally valued between $2,000,000 to $10,000,000, plus the appraised value of the Real Estate that the business is located on, if the Real Property Asset(s) are included in the transaction.  Included in the price are Cash, A/R, Equipment, Inventory & Goodwill.



Companies that BizGro acquires will range from $3,000,000 to $30,000,000 in revenues.  Statistical data from the Department of Commerce have consistently demonstrated that only 3% of all businesses in the U.S. reach $1,000,000 in revenues, and 0.06% reach $5,000,000.


Net Earnings

Target businesses invested in produce Adjusted EBITDA ranging from $1,000,000 to $3,000,000.  This level of Earnings is enough to comfortably service Debt, and produce high levels of Return On Investment (ROI) for all stakeholders involved.


Business Type

For the most part, our Organization invests in businesses in spaces related to business service, manufacturing, wholesale distribution, and construction across the United States.  A typical target company is established more than 10 years with the same owner.

Although the companies we are acquiring are solid, well established businesses, there are inherent downside risks that may come to fruition if an acquirer is not careful, particularly if an acquirer cannot duplicate the managerial ingredients that the previous owner utilized to operate a successful business. BizGro’s strategy for managing downside risk is to partner with key members of management at the target companies we buy in order to make the transition of ownership seamless. Moreover, this partnership may include a deal structure that enables the Seller of the target company to remain as a substantial stakeholder once the acquisition is consummated. This enables us to retain the intelligence of the Selling Owner within the business, while giving the Selling Owner and/or key members of management the opportunity to participate in the future growth of the business and receive economic benefit throughout the process. 

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