What is the Value of My Business?
Less than 50% of business owners know the value of their businesses. And less than 10% of all owners systematically manage the value of their businesses.
Yes, you guessed it: this lack of knowledge can dramatically affect the price of a business when it is sold! That’s why this workshop was developed to provide business owners with a clearer understanding of how to measure and manage their business value.
Understanding the principles that affect business value to make informed decisions can deliver huge benefits. In this workshop, you’ll learn how to apply the methods and procedures used by professional buyers to help you enhance value, mitigate risks, and position the business for an optimal sale.
Who should attend?
If you’re a company owners, presidents, corporate planning executives, directors of business development, controllers, treasurers and other corporate managers charged with the responsibility to improve business value cannot miss this workshop. If you’re an executives who wants to develop a range of valuation skills and gain insights into valuation techniques, you too will greatly benefit from joining.
This is your opportunity to discover how to apply the art and science of business valuation to your business. The design of this workshop makes it easy to put information on risks and rewards to work to increase the value of a privately-held business.
What you will learn?
What exactly is involved in a business valuation (it’s a lot more than you think…)
The unchanging principles of any business valuation (ignore these and your business will be undervalued every time)
How to use basic appraisal methods to increase the value of your business… starting today
How to assess recasting applications (Don’t know what these are? You need to join this workshop…)
How to develop an appropriate discount rate for your business
The key drivers to increase the value of any business – regardless of your size, location, or years in operation
The little-known techniques for valuing “synergy” and “bounce-back synergy”
How to deconstruct complex valuation methods like “valuation multiples” (so you’re never taken advantage of and always on the offensive)