Why You Should Make Value Creation a Top Priority

We search for the term “value” in the connections we form, the things we buy, the work we want to do, and every individual we hire. Even the most precious object will not sell if the customer does not recognize its worth in terms of design, appearance, and feel. Likewise, political, philosophical, environmental, and other […]

Improving Efficiency in Value Creation

Businesses seeing the importance of intellectual capital strive to create methods to manage and assess this critical resource. They link their intellectual capital performance to their bottom line outcomes. Intellectual capital refers to the intangible resources (resources, competencies, and competencies) that drive corporate performance and generate value. However, traditional financial measures do not reflect the […]

3 Tips For Your Value Creation Journey

Have you begun your value creation journey? Value is the backbone of a business. Without it, your unique offerings may be just another commodity in the market and the eyes of customers and investors. Not only must a business create value for its customers but also its stakeholders, employees, suppliers, and investors. Value creation converts […]

The Origins of Your Value Creation

The primary aim of any business should be value creation. Value is created when customers choose your products and services over other brands in the marketplace. Everyone contributing to your business perceives its value differently. In simple terms, value refers to the positives that highlight your brand in the market. When a company builds products and […]

Thinking of Selling Your GovCon Business?

GovCon stands for government contractor, a private company producing goods and services for public government agencies. The United States government is the largest buyer of goods and services globally, spending about $200 billion on procurement. This presents an excellent business opportunity for entrepreneurs to work with the US government. Government contracts help owners expand their […]

Why Does Exit Planning Take So Long?

Exit planning consists of three essential steps: collecting data, quantifying your resources, and evaluating exit options. The duration of exit planning depends upon your business, its current value, and the desired value for selling it. If your business doesn’t have the value to be sold for your desired amount, the process takes longer because one […]

What Is Recapitalization?

During times of financial turbulence, a business may require restructuring. A company with a high debt-to-equity ratio may re-purchase its shares from the open market, increase its price, and improve its equity ratio. Companies trying to avoid hostile takeovers or wanting to derail acquisition often issue more debt to reduce their appeal to buyers. Companies […]

When Is My Exit Plan Finished?

What is your company’s end goal? Business owners often have only a vague idea regarding their exit: they prefer running their business instead of planning an inevitable departure. However, every significant business event, including exit, deserves an efficient strategy to manage it. These strategies comprise a business plan. Your exit strategy is an essential component […]

What Makes a Merger a Success

Companies may be combined in two different ways: a merger combines two existing companies into a new one, and an acquisition is one company absorbing another. In either case, two or more companies come together to form a single entity. The majority of change agents and essential components of any corporate strategy, mergers, and acquisitions […]

How to Make Your Company More Appealing to Buyers

An exit strategy is a must when considering selling your business. Don’t just emphasize your company’s resistance to recession. Show prospective buyers how your company has development potential, which means having a robust and convincing business strategy that forecasts your growth. Just as building a business takes time, so does selling it to a reputable […]