Monthly Archives: April 2014

Why Should You Break Down Boundaries Whilst Exiting Your Business?

Connecting, Creating and Collaborating when preparing your exit can be rewarding! Is your organisation stuck in a ‘silo’ mentality, do you find it a challenge to communicate across or between departments? Are people protective about the knowledge they have or reluctant to share information? Over the years your business has  grown and matured under your Read More

8 ways to know if you have a job or own a business

The ultimate test of your business can be found in a simple question: would someone want to buy your company? Whether you want to sell next year or a decade from now, you must be building an asset someone would buy – otherwise, you have a job, not a business. Here are eight ways to Read More

How Rewarding Can Planning your Business Exit Be?

A case study: Derek owned a very successful consulting firm. He has two children. At 62 he decided that he wanted to exit his business within the next 3 years. He had owned his business for 18 years. He had no strategic business plan, no exit plan, and no tax plan! A review of the Read More

Managing Risk to Increase the Value of your Business

Can risk be positive or should it be left to chance? If you want to sell your business at a premium you have to minimise risks to remove doubts in the mind of a potential buyer. Companies of every size and shape face a range of risks affecting the achievement of their objectives. With the Read More