There is no single way to value a business. However, if you are considering the sale of your company, it is likely that you will want to know how much you can expect to achieve from the sale – both for planning and marketing purposes.
Thankfully, most sellers tend to use one of four main methods as the best way of valuing their company, through assessing: price-to-earnings ratio, asset valuations, entry cost, and discounted cash flow. Below, we’ve explored each of these methods, in turn, providing an insight into the businesses that may suit each option, as well as an example of calculations for each.
However, before you get started, it is important to consider the assets and other factors that could influence your calculations, some of which could heavily affect the value of your business.
Valuation FactorsNo matter what valuation method you choose, you will have to consider one or more of your business’ assets and factors.
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Based in the North of England, Delta has a history stretching back 100+ years. It operates from 85,000 sq. ft leasehold premises housing office and fabrication facilities. Proposals need to be issued by no later than 5pm (GMT) on 27 May 2022 wit...
This well-established company has a significant presence and an enviable reputation in this niche market. The company is privately owned and independent, acting as a distributor for many leading brands and manufacturers, in addition to own range of p...
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