Free Business Valuation
Maximising The Value Of Your Business
We pride ourselves in having over 500 years of combined experience in both buying and selling businesses, working with entrepreneurs and business owners, and operating at an executive level in a corporate landscape.
Knowing how to value your business accurately is just as much an art as it is a science. Ultimately, the value of any business is determined by how much someone will pay for it. Having experienced advisors on side will increase your chances of achieving the best possible results from a sale.
We will undertake extensive research to get a comprehensive understanding of your company. Our main objective will be to provide you with a business valuation that rewards you for all of your hard work and to allow you to sell your business to the most suitable buyer.
We are able to determine the optimum buyer through our extensive relationships with high net-worth investors.
We provide your business with extensive visibility and produce first-class marketing material to each and every prospective buyer. We put you in a strong negotiating position by successfully leveraging the number of offers you receive.
We guarantee to get you a realistic, genuine offer for your business within a 6 month time frame.
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8 simple steps
to create consistency and efficiency
with your valuations
Gather the Client Financials
The first step is to gather all the necessary financial information from the business owner. This will include financial statements, tax returns and so on.
Track All Documentation
The thorough tracking of documents can be a very labour intensive task given the sheer volume of paperwork created during these processes.
The financials can be adjusted to better reflect the economic reality of the business.
At this stage, our valuation professional analyzes ratios and performs common size analysis to judge the company’s performance.
This approach allows the valuation professional to convert the projected future income of a company into present value. The valuation professional uses specific methods within this approach – such as the ‘discounted future benefits’ method.
When using the market approach, the value of the business is determined by comparing one company to other similar companies within the same industry, of the same size and/or within the same region
This approach uses the value of the company’s tangible and intangible assets as well as its liability to determine value. Once this approach is complete, a final value can be calculated.
Writing your valuation report is vital as it represents both time and energy that’s been invested in the valuation process. The information and advice in the report can help the business owner to make greater strategic decisions – therefore the content must be articulated clearly.
There are many different Valuation Methods. Listed below are the three methods we use to guarantee the best valuation for your business.
EBIT – Earnings Before Interest and Taxes (EBIT) is a measure of a firm’s profit which includes all income and expenses (operating and non-operating) except interest expenses and income tax expenses.
EBITDA – An abbreviation for earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization, EBITDA attempts to measure free cash flow based on numbers in a company’s income and cash flow statements. Like most valuation methods, the effectiveness of EBITDA varies by calculation method and company.
Book Valuation (Balance Sheet Value) – is the value of an asset according to its balance sheet account balance. For assets, the value is based on the original cost of the asset less any depreciation, amortization or impairment costs made against the asset.
Discover how much your business is really worth. We have a proven ’7 Step Business Value Improvement Service’ to help you maximise the value of your business STARTING TODAY….. Call us on 0330 135 8889 for a FREE valuation or complete the form on the right hand side.