Getting a true business valuation doesn’t only happen when you’re selling the business, or moving on. You may be merging with another business, or acquiring one or more businesses, or simply planning for your transition or retirement.
Regardless of where you are now, you’ll want to start considering a few things to improve your business valuation. What will your business look like to maximize your return? Think about:
- Income, profit, net assets, debt
- Customers, orders, trials
- Products, services
- Intellectual property (IP)
- Management team
- Employees, offices
No matter what aspect – ESOPs, litigation support, mergers and acquisitions, divorce settlements, buy – sell agreements. In all these cases, you need to know what your business is worth. Rely on our firm to assist you through these difficult processes. We will do a comprehensive analysis that can help you make informed decisions.