We recently gave you some nuggets if you are strategising your business exit plan; here is another article about the actual “Mechanics of a Sale” First have a look at one of our earlier Blogs to find out how you should start preparing your business for sale in good time – it’s never too early. […]Continue reading
Category Archives: Tectona Ten – Planning for Exit/Aquisition/Divestment
Looking to leave your business? Then read these articles about planning for Exit/Aquisition/Divestment in your business.
77. Seven Nuggets you should be thinking about now if you have even the merest inkling of selling your business
There are 7 key considerations when getting ready for sale: 1. Planning Planning an exit strategy is absolutely key for any business owner looking to maximise value from all the hard work you have invested in setting up and growing your business. The old adage “failing to plan is planning to fail” is hugely relevant […]Continue reading
53. To Invest Or Not To Invest? How To Answer That Question
When you are making an investment, you need to know that you are going to make a return on the cash and time spent. If you don’t, you could end up making a loss which can have negative consequences on your business and on growth you intend to achieve. The wrong investment, as seen by […]Continue reading
46. How do you value a business?
“If you are thinking of buying or selling a business … here is a combined personal and professional perspective!” So – how do you value a business? Any accountant who has sat professional exams will remember this as a study topic loved by examiners probably due to the rich source of complex calculations on some […]Continue reading
23. Family Business – Sell On, Pass On, Carry On or Die!
The term ‘family business’ often conjures up images of a small, locally run enterprise, traditionally in the towns and villages of mid 20th century middle England – perhaps a family building firm or bakery. Family business doesn’t always have to mean small however; think JCB, think Tesco even. And Wal-Mart, with approximately £287bn of annual […]Continue reading
10. Building business value in the run-up to exit
There are many motivations behind setting up a business and in many cases the personal wealth of the owner-manager is tied up in the business, often for a long period of time. If the financial investment made by the business owner is to be recouped and hopefully significantly increased, careful consideration needs to be given […]Continue reading