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Nowadays, we see that every economist and consulting companies talk about “the economic and managerial effects of the new World order after COVID-19”.
However, we have been trying to implement the new business transformation in question for a long time to companies in our “11 Step Value Maximization Program”.
The whole world is going through a difficult period, our number one priority is our health. However, the ones that will be most affected by the destructive effects of COVID-19 will be the enterprises, which are the cornerstone of the economy. What should business owners do in such a period? Which steps should they take in which order?
When most business owners want to sell their business, they anticipate that they will receive an amount that will meet their expectations from the investor. After all, their businesses, for which they have worked for years, are very valuable for them.
What is the definition of SME? Of course, it stands for small and medium-sized enterprises, but as a team, we have a definition for SME. “The enterprise where everything is scarce”
Usually, selling a company is often a challenging and time-consuming process. This process requires detailed planning, preparation, and experience. In this process, business owners can make many mistakes. We have listed some of these mistakes for you. We would like to share the most common mistakes in the list below.
As a company specialized in company valuation, we encountered many mistakes in the valuation reports we reviewed in the market. We wanted to list the ones that have the most impact on the value and share them with you.
Peaceful retirement : The most important asset owned by the shareholder might be their company; company owners mostly invest their earnings during the lifecycle of the business in their businesses. Although it is understandable, all these investments will be wasted if their business is not demanded by the investor and their value is not maximized.
There is a direct correlation between the time the owners spend in the business, especially during their daily work, and the value of the business and its investor attractiveness. As this period decreases, the value and attractiveness of the business increase.
Shareholders are the only source for all process, system, and commercial secrets for the success of the company.
It is very natural for the founders to know or even design all the processes of the company. However, if the know-how is not distributed to competent and skilled managers within the business, the attractiveness, and salability of the business will be damaged..
As VALURA, we have analyzed hundreds of companies in the last eight years. We have seen companies experiencing profitability problems, negative or unreal return on equity, imbalances between revenue statements and balance sheets. None of these performances lead to bankruptcy.
Data-Driven Systems are extremely vital for various businesses today. However, turning the analysis and decision-making processes of business management into a data-driven system has a high risk of failure.
Business analysis is an important study that enables determining the current status of the business, its assets, and development processes.