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The Right Time to Sell Your Business There is value in business not only from the standpoint of its economic concept of value but value in a sense where someone is made to determine the health and well-being of the firm. When you have a business, you have a common goal which everyone involved does their best to achieve and this determines the health and well being of the company that you cannot measure in monetary terms. This includes health or the value of employees, customers, suppliers, alliances, partners, pipelines partners, managerial value and of course societal value. Measuring the value of a business not only include measuring its monetary health but also the intangible assets like its intellectual capital and the blueprint of its business model. If a business is healthy, then it will have a big score. The future is not known to us, and so even if your business is experiencing health at present, we cannot know what it will be like in the future which always involves risks since the longer you hold on to that business which is growing at a fast speed, the more delicate your business becomes and the more susceptible to failure. When this happens, if you have an opportunity to sell your company then you should do so, either in part or the whole of your company to a potential buyer. This is how it works: At the start of a business, when it is relatively small, its intellectual and economic capital are small as well. Therefore taking risk on a meager score of the business value is not that precarious. And if the small business owner wants to grow his business, it is rather essential to take risks or chances. Through hard work and encountering various risk – as your company grows, so does the value of your business. When the business grows and its value grows with it, the business owner should start to be more conservative with it. So now the business owner has the option to sell this business with high value, if he no longer want to take risks and do damage control or fix bad strategies. You don’t sell your business because it is in a bad shape, but you sell it because it is a very good decision.
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People gifted to take challenges do not necessarily have to take their chances on big stakes risk found at the latter stage of the business lifecycle, besides there are really business people who are extremely good at the first three stages of the business lifecycle. This may be a great time to liquidate an existing company and have enough capital to start a new venture, a more interesting venture, or a venture with higher potential.
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If you want to sell your business, you need a broker to market the business for your. If you hire a broker, make sure that everyone is involved in its sale including your attorney, accountant, mentor and financial advisor.