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You can connect LinkedIn, Facebook and Google accounts to your SMERGERS account by logging on to your dashboard and clicking on the links shown below. Logging into SMERGERS using your social account.. Continue reading

If you have accidentally unsubscribed to emails from SMERGERS you can resubscribe by logging into your dashboard, clicking on "Update Profile" below your profile card, and ticking the "Resubscribe to.. Continue reading

This means that the profile owner is now no longer interested in pursuing the transaction. This could be because of a variety of reasons including, but not limited to, successful deal closure with.. Continue reading

No, it does not. The system is designed in such a way that no credits are utilised when a member accepts a proposal. To check the same, you can visit your Dashboard > Introductions.. Continue reading

Account managers will be your single point of contact for all queries related to your profile and subscription. They will be available to you over email and phone during business hours. They.. Continue reading

Adding billing details and tax numbers are allowed only once and only in the same month the payment was made. Login to your dashboard, and click on the "Account Details" button below your.. Continue reading

Once the introduction has been made on the platform, the onus of taking the discussion forward & successfully closing the deal rests with the business owner and the acquirer / investor. SMERGERS.. Continue reading

We request you to send us your question over email (info@smergers.com) so the appropriate team can revert to you with proper resolution or contact you over the phone to clarify your doubts. It would.. Continue reading

Run rate sales as a concept is used to arrive at an estimated annual sales based on most recent monthly sales. It helps in forecasting sales for the complete year if the business continues to.. Continue reading

Business working capital loan is a type of loan which is provided to fund the day to day operations of the business. Most businesses have different cycles of production, sales and payments. This.. Continue reading

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