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IS YOUR COMPANY IN NEED
OF CAPITAL FOR GROWTH?
The ownership interest in your business is probably your most significant asset in your investment portfolio. But how do you know the value of an interest in a privately-held company when it doesn’t trade stock, as a public company would? Assessing the value is not quite so easy to do.
If you don’t know the formula to determine what your business is worth, how do you expect to get even close to its value, either from bank financing, taking on a partner or selling it off some day? You should start with the end in mind: know where you are going, and what your goals are.
What is the Best Approach
To Determine Your Company’s Value?
On Tuesday, May 13th at 6 pm PDT/9 pm EDT I, Scott Letourneau, CEO of Nevada Corporate Planners, Inc., interviewed Frank Helstab, the Managing Director and Head of the Institute for Corporate Planning and Finance.
This was an excellent opportunity to learn from an expert on this subject, one who has the resources and tools to help take your company to the next level.
Who listened to May’s Top 5% Call?
Business owners or key decision makers of closely held companies with revenues between $3 million and $500 million who are:
. Considering or currently engaged in a buying, selling or financing transaction
. Interested in learning how to properly present their business in the best possible light
. In need of capital for growth
. Considering options for cashing in on their investment
. Ready to turn their business over to a successor or family members
. Considering a tempting offer from an investor, competitor or potential buyer.
Guest: Frank Helstab, Managing Director and Head of the Institute for Corporate Planning and Finance
Host: Scott Letourneau, CEO of Nevada Corporate Planners, Inc.