Organic growth is growth that is generated by the company itself through its
own efforts, as opposed to buying the growth. For example, if you are the
first to offer wireless Internet service in an area that you setup using
your own capital, then you have grown organically. In contrast, if you go to
an area and buy an existing provider, you have grown through acquisition. In
most industries organic growth is financed by cash flow or limited debt,
whereas growth through acquisition requires higher debt loads or an equity
offering.

Ken Chipps

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I have no idea what you mean by "organic growth" in contrast to
"acquisition".



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> Organic growth is difficult. Most growth is via acquisition.
>
> You have to offer Value.
> You have to have a Plan.
> You have to Execute on said plan while offering value.
>
> - Peter

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