Maximize the value of your business

Understanding Value Drivers

Many business owners are taught to run their business in a way that minimizes taxes. 


Unfortunately, this is often in conflict with maximizing the value of your business in the eyes of a buyer.


Every buyer is different, and just as beauty is in the eye of the beholder, value is in the eye of the buyer.  That's why a business valuation is the first step toward maximizing value.  Once you understand the value of your business today, you can focus on ways to maximize value.


We provide a simple process to show you what your business is worth today and what it could be worth in the future by addressing important value drivers.  We take you step-by-step and show you how to improve each area to maximize the value of your company.


Market Drivers:

  1. Growth
  2. Market Size
  3. Market Share
  4. Recurring Revenue
  5. Barriers to Entry

Operational Drivers:

  1. Customer Concentration
  2. Company Overview
  3. Financials
  4. Sales and Marketing
  5. Customer Satisfaction

You should always run your company as though it is for sale, even if it isn't.  This approach can improve the value of your business as well as the amount of money it makes for you.  

What's Your Business Worth?

For businesses with $1 million to $50 million in annual sales and more than 3 employees, we offer a free value analysis to show you what your business may be worth in the eyes of different buyers.


You will be able to compare your business to other companies of a similar size and other companies in your industry.


Click below to begin your free analysis.

 

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