Meet Orrin Klopper. As the CEO of Netsurit and an EO and YPO member, he shares how he grew his MSP business to 100+ people and $30M in revenue through acquisitions, organic growth, and by creating a winning culture.
Orrin Klopper is the CEO of Netsurit, which he co-founded 24 years ago during the lead-up to Y2K. At the time, organizations were being ripped off by IT companies and paying a fortune for technology they did not need.
Orrin and his partners saw an opportunity to provide managed outsourced services for companies and differentiate themselves by being honest, ethical and fair.
He is always innovating for new ways of work. His people-focused leadership leads his team’s incredible, aspirational culture and their dream program. He is a passionate Microsoft Partner and committed to serve both employees and clients by nurturing and realizing their dreams.
In addition to his role leading Netsurit, He is active in the Young Presidents’ Association (YPO) and the Entreprenuers’ Organization and earned a masters diploma in Entrepreneurship from the M.I.T. Sloan School of Management.
Once Orrin had dinner with Billie Jean King. Already in her 70s and she had the most amazing positive energy.
Orrin attended 9 schools as a kid. Only got expelled from 3. So 6 out of 9 is not a bad result.
Outside of work, he enjoys swimming, traveling, drinking wine and hanging out with his little Lulu. He is also involved in a public education trust.
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Purchasing another company is one of the fastest ways to grow a business. The world’s largest companies—all of which, without exception, have used acquisitions as a growth strategy—are testament to this. 8 years ago there was very little interest in the MSP market. Now, in the US, there are 60 private equity firms that have a play in the MSP industry.
On your podcast, Orrin can share why growth through acquisitions is the best way to scale.. He can explain why private equity firms will buy businesses that are big enough to be a platform to fund and make acquisitions through. He can share why having a growth mindset will allow your business to scale, deliver and ultimately win in an increasingly competitive market.
Selling a business is not just about the financial aspect but also about the employees and clients. It’s crucial to find an acquirer that shares your values and goals. However, identifying the right acquirer is a challenge. Even with multiple offers, it’s still difficult to find a buyer with the same values and vision as you.
On your podcast, Orrin will share how to find the right acquirer for your business. As someone who has scaled his MSP business to 8 figures and 100+ employees through acquisitions, he’ll uncover what goes into finding your perfect match. Specifically, how to build your network, if you should attend conferences, and whether more volume is really the answer…
Approach to a company culture needs to evolve as an organization transitions through different growth periods. Whether you’re at 10, 30, 50, 100, or 1000 people, what got you here won’t get you there. But yet, company leaders worldwide struggle to change their approach as their team grows. That leads to high staff turnover, developing silos, and general misalignment.
On your podcast, Orrin can talk about his unique approach to culture alignment. He’ll share the lessons from scaling to 300+ remote staff members and how he overcame bottlenecks at different headcounts. Specifically, why transparent communication is essential to prevent developing silos and tension within the team. Whilst most company culture advice is fluff, this one is different. Your audience will discover an actionable framework to challenge their approach to company culture.
When an entrepreneur is looking to sell the business, there are 3 key areas to consider: culture alignment, customer satisfaction, and financial reward. But yet, most business owners often ignore two out of these three elements as they solely focus on the financial reward. This short-term thinking often leads to loss in valuation as the risk for the buyer is higher.
On your podcast, Orrin can share his key learnings from a buyer’s point of view. During the past years, Orrin went through three multi 7-figure acquisitions to scale his MSP business to over $35M in revenue. He’ll talk about why entrepreneurs shouldn’t burn any bridges as team and customer satisfaction throughout the process are essential to drive valuation and create true win-win company acquisitions.
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