Bob Wolter

Mergers & Acquisitions Advisor

Bob Wolter

Bob joined CBS-Global in 2008, bringing 20 years of experience operating his own advertising and marketing business in Chicago, assisting large and small companies alike with their advertising and marketing programs.

With more than 13 years of business brokerage and mergers and acquisition experience, Bob specializes nation-wide in the cheese and dairy arena as well as the staffing industry, and enjoys working in his native Door County, Wisconsin, market.

Due to Bob’s efforts, Creative Business Services has, in part, facilitated more successful transactions of cheese and dairy related companies than any other brokerage firm in the state of Wisconsin. Bob is engaged in a number of organizations including the Wisconsin Cheesemakers Association, Wisconsin Specialty Cheese Institute, and the Dairy Business Association.

Bob also specializes in staffing related businesses. The fragmented staffing industry has been undergoing considerable consolidation, and Bob’s work in this industry has a national reach.

Other areas of interest for Bob are manufacturing, distribution, logistics, service, and the Door County market.

Bob has helped numerous business owners in the most important transactions that they will ever undertake. He is widely recognized by his peers as a very professional and thorough executive and is well-known for his ability to bring buyers and sellers together to successfully get deals done.

Closely working with his team of professional advisors, Bob has one objective in mind … successfully meeting his clients’ needs.

Sector Focus

Cheese and Dairy

To learn about the Cheese and Dairy industry, just “follow the milk.” The value of all milk products – including cheese – sold from U.S. dairy farms is nearly $37.2 billion, and the U.S dairy production and processing industry accounts for over 900,000 jobs in the U.S.

Back in the year 2000, Artisan and Specialty cheese sales represented less than 10% of Wisconsin’s cheese production. Fast forward to 2014, and sales represented nearly 25% of Wisconsin’s total production.ances into new products. Many manufacturers own plants, mills or factories that produce such goods for public consumption.

Staffing & Human Services

Staffing and Human resource firms recruit and screen job candidates, and/or fill job openings for organizations. This industry produces competent personnel that ensure enterprise productivity. More than 800,000 people work in human resources and related fields in the U.S. today.

The Staffing, Recruiting and Workforce solutions industry makes a vital contribution to the U.S. Economy and provides outstanding job and career opportunities for nearly 17 million employees annually.

Transportation & Logistics

Transportation, Distribution & Logistics involves the planning, management, and movement of people, materials, and goods by road, pipeline, air, rail and water.

Additionally, this sector includes support services such as transportation infrastructure planning and management, logistics services, mobile equipment and facility maintenance.


Our team and our partners have the expertise to perform any international transaction that you or your company may be interested in pursuing. From, buying equipment then transporting it overseas, to buying a U.S. company and continuing to operate it in the U.S. or even participating in the EB-5 program.

The CBS-Global team employs nine business intermediaries with expert level experience in their respect categories of business. In addition, CBS-Global employs international multi-lingual translators and International Business Specialists. It is because of these experts that CBS-Global is your ideal partner in international business transactions.


Successful Transactions

Video Gallery

CBS-Global expert: Bob Wolter, Michael Schwantes
Industry: Staffing & Human Resource
CBS-Global expert: Bob Wolter, Darren Harrington, Fan Zhang, Glen Herman, John Foster, Michael Schwantes, Mike Van, Ryan Pankratz, Tom Martin
Industry: General Business

Blog Posts

Evaluating a Stock Sale of a Company compared to an Asset Sale
Evaluating a Stock Sale of a Company compared to an Asset Sale Sale of Stock;  If the transaction is structured as a sale of stock, then each shareholder is selling his or her shares of stock to the b
Not Quite Ready To Sell?
Not Quite Ready To Sell? Some of our most successful deals came to be as a result of the owner having a vision and unbending commitment to ready their business and bring it to market at the right time
Interview with Michael Schwantes and Bob Wolter by Cheese Market News
Ongoing Changes to the Dairy Industry. The Wisconsin Cheese and Dairy Industry have had many notable changes in the past several years. As Merger and Acquisitions advisors to the Cheese dairy industry