The OMM Group has officially launched the ‘new overnight multiple merger model’. Whilst the model has been successfully operating for almost 2 years, the company has officially made the model available for licensing across all industries and across all countries worldwide. The principle of the model is to simultaneously merge a substantial number of successful and profitable companies operating within the same industry. The OMM Group will now work with extremely ambitious entrepreneurs who wish to build an immediate ‘corporate giant’ at low cost, maximum speed and with substantial profit and value. The cost of ambitious entrepreneurs licensing the model ranges between £10m and £50m, and can be funded through a smaller upfront payment. The balance can be paid with the incremental value created by the model.
Traditionally, merging two companies can be extremely challenging as both sets of management teams need to agree on several business principles, objectives, values, and ongoing business strategy. The ability to merge over 100 companies overnight has been described as a corporate miracle, something no human has ever achieved or probably attempted. The first miracle existed with the formulation of the Xeinadin Group, a 122-accountancy firm overnight merger. Whilst the planning of the merger took over one year, the execution of the model took place overnight on 31st May 2020. The official Xeinadin consolidation on 1st June 2020 became the largest of its type in world history. Over 200 equity accountancy directors were involved with the substantial transaction, with all agreeing to a shared vision, shared business strategy and timeline. Many believed the miracle was a one-off, yet founder Feisal Nahaboo repeated the ‘Overnight Multiple Merger Model’ in pharmacy with approximately 200 UK and Ireland pharmacies merging overnight. Both models were built discreetly with competitors unable to see the speed or intensity of both models new emerging market rival. Both models consolidated within 18 months of each other, creating two potential leading businesses in their respective industries.
The overnight multiple merger model is incredibly unique. It aims to headhunt successful and highly profitable businesses and amalgamates them collectively into one group. Each merger model is built with no planned debt. This is extremely rare and unusual, but makes the business more robust and attractive to third party investment, including worldwide market listings. Each OMM model is built to be extremely credible, with highly skilled and qualified operators running each of its locations. By example, Xeinadin is a Chartered Accountancy business with hundreds of qualified personnel. It is regulated by ICAEW. Alitam is a pharmacy business. Alitam is also highly regulated with the business employing a significant number of superintendents.
The OMM Group has carefully systematised the entire implementation process of the model enabling licensing to be most effective. The model is impossible to replicate without inside knowledge, creating enormous value in its licensing ability and major competitive advantage for those who license the model through OMM Group. The Group founder Feisal said: “We’ve created not just one, but two successful operations now. We have the knowledge and experience of launching both models. The OMM works fantastically well. We needed less than a handful of staff to build and deliver two major movements in two respectable industries in accountancy and pharmacy.
Both were built in an incredibly challenging 2020 period. We can help build substantial businesses fast with low cost whilst creating enormous top end values. This is a new futuristic business model and on launch we expect a substantial number of enquiries on licensing our business strategy and business model. Entrepreneurs can negotiate terms for a license. Down payment will be a seven-figure sum and in return, we aim to create £200m+ of additional value within 12-24 months of signing and substantially more thereafter.”
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