Carl Allen

Carl Allen is the editor of Dealmaker Wealth Society. Carl is an entrepreneur, investor and corporate dealmaker with almost three decades of experience. Carl has worked on transactions worth over $48 billion, which includes over 330 acquisitions and sales. For almost three decades, Carl has analyzed thousands of businesses, big and small, in 17 different countries and across nearly every business sector. Carl’s reputation as an investor and corporate dealmaker has led him to advise some of the world’s largest corporations on investments, acquisitions, disposals and restructuring. Carl has also assisted hundreds of business owners in raising both equity and debt finance. As editor guru of Dealmaker Wealth Society, Carl will share his wisdom and experience through the Confessions of a Dealmaker newsletter and through his course training on buying a business without using any personal capital.

WTF is a roll up?

Guess what the two most popular business buying searches are on Gas stations and laundromats. I have nothing against either. But for me, both types are too small to just acquire one location. The owners of such businesses are typically also the operators. The only way to work ON those businesses as an owner-investor

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