20 Oct Maximizing Your Business Valuation
We all know the expression “beauty is in the eye of the beholder”. You might believe you have the best business, with the best model, the best customers, and the best employees, but that doesn’t mean others will agree. Or more importantly want to pay for it.
A prospective buyer may not see through your rose-tinted glasses, but if you present the information precisely and include support, it becomes an easier sell. Of course, the process of determining and then presenting a company’s worth is a bit more complex.
The key concept is understanding the company’s value drivers, then figure out where you want to start. Identify the drivers, evaluate their strengths and develop a plan; this will lead to sustained long-term profitability and result in a competitive advantage.
Here’s how we can help:
- Identify, understand, and prepare the wide range of due diligence documents
- Identify and evaluate gaps that exist that will negatively impact your business valuation
- Conduct a process optimization review
- Evaluate and improve financial processes that will accurately and efficiently prepare financials
- Determine whether existing staff have the experience and bandwidth for future needs and if not, develop a staffing plan and execute the direct-hire strategy.
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