Learn more about Viper Equity Partners
Viper Equity Partners is the country’s leading growth transition consultation firm in the dental industry today. They provide unique support through their relationships with private equity-funded dental service organizations and talented team of M&A practitioners. They’re known for their integrity, efficiency, and incredible value-creation approach. The group strongly believes that their 97% closing rate speaks for itself.
Their expertise and knowledge is the perfect combination to help companies grow. Viper has relationships with equity firms, finance partners, banks, analysts, and lawyers. Their network continues to grow every day.
At Viper Equity Partners, your business’ image and story are a top priority. They will help recast your financials and create a deal book perfectly geared toward your company. Viper also takes an active approach to investing. They help their clients become enterprises through multiple growth opportunities.
Viper’s team has years of clinical and operation experience they’ll harness to help create the best deal for you and your company. Their structure has proven to provide companies with top-notch capital resources so they can reach their growth goals.
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