What is the Value of a Business Valuation?

Updated: January 02, 2010

Steps

While a Business Valuation will help the Business Owners understand and put in perspective the worth of what is probably their largest asset owned, it is critical to:

  1. Make the Enterprise Value (or what public companies call "market cap") part of assessing management and the goals and objectives for periodic accountability (usually annual, but could be quarterly).
  2. Create a Blueprint for Building Value to understand your business's value drivers, financial data, and capital markets options.
  3. Design a Liquidity Roadmap to identify by maximizing the opportunities to obtain liquidity for the business or the Business Owner. and achieve your financial, personal and estate planning goals.
  4. Consider a Strategic Plan for Value Growth to create new and power existing value drivers by continually integrating Financial Performance, Customer Knowledge, Internal Business Process, and employee Learning and Growth.

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