Monthly Archives: December 2014

We Wish You a Wonderful Christmas and a Prosperous New Year.

Thank you all for your support in 2014!  We will resume writing articles  the 2nd week of January. Best wishes Jean-Bertrand de Lartigue

Are You Too Busy To Plan For Your Future Or Your Business Continuity?!

According to the Oxford Dictionary the term busy means to be occupied with or concentrating on a particular activity or object of attention. I hear very often from my potential clients “Sorry, I can’t meet you. I’m too busy” do they imply that my time is less valuable than their? No they mean “that’s not Read More

How To Get a Big Company Multiple For Your Business

Big public companies trade at a significant premium over small businesses in the same industry because investors perceive big, sophisticated companies as a safer bet than small, owner-dependent companies. Let’s take a look at the professional services industry.  Although most consultancies are a small collection of experts, there are also a handful of big publicly Read More

Put Yourself in the Shoes of a Potential Buyer for Your Business

To position your business for growth in 2015  you may want to look at it from a potential buyer viewpoint. Ask yourself the following  question: what would I look for if I wanted to buy my own business? Your response maybe that you want your business to be viable both in terms of current operations and Read More