Chloe Quigley, Business Exit Planning Advisor I love working with family...
We know what it’s like to own a business, build it up, and plan for its future. But this takes focus and experience.
Do You Know These Statistics?
- Only 20% of businesses that go to market actually sell
- 80% of business owners have no formal transition plan
- 85% of a business owner’s net worth is in their business
Our priority is to help you develop and implement a written plan that makes you feel secure, confident and excited about the next chapter – for you, your loved ones, and your business; at the same time, increase your profitability.
Do you know your gaps?
Understand, identify and address these three areas to work toward your goals:
You have a lot on your plate.
You need to be sure to look through an additional lens. You know your business, but you may not know how to eliminate these gaps. Our goal is to come alongside you, creating and acting on a plan to increase your profits and the value of your company while maintaining your core values and working towards your long-term goals.
Take a moment to think about the impact of closing these gaps. Increased profits. Higher valuation. A more successful future.
While we’re helping you think about the future, we’re also going to help you increase your revenues and protect what you have built now.
Our process incorporates relationships with strategic partners to take you all the way through business valuation to identifying opportunities and risks. We will see your transition through its sale and into the next act of your life, while working towards your financial, personal, and business goals.
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How Do You Determine Your Business Value?
Do you understand what makes your business valuable and how to unlock that value
when you sell?
Small businesses employ over 61.2 million employees, accounting for roughly 46.8% of all employees in the United States of America. Additionally, small businesses make up 99.9% of all private establishments in the United States.
However, 50% of small businesses fail after five years. What causes these businesses to fail? More importantly, how can understanding business value help turn them into significant companies?