Growing your business means more cash for you now plus a higher sale price in the future when you decide to eventually sell your business. We look at how to open new markets with fresh new products or services using 7 great strategies.
Understanding the factors which drive increased revenue / profit / value allows management to focus their time on activities which correlate with success (or even perfection!) Here are some factors we consider really important irrespective of your industry, size or goals.
Growing your business means more cash for you now plus a higher sale price in the future when you decide to eventually sell your business. This article covers how you can increase your customer base by finding new customers in the current market.
Growing your business means more cash for you now plus a higher sale price in the future when you decide to eventually sell your business. This article covers how you can increase your customer base by focusing on your existing customers.
When Jodie and Aaron Werth had the opportunity to purchase local business Gatton Betta Home Living, read how OBT was on hand to help pre, during and post-purchase.
How can you make your business worth a larger amount when you want to sell it? Before we answer this question, remember: your business will only be worth what someone else is willing to pay for it. So, you may think it is worth $1… Read More >>
What would happen to your business if you or your business partner passed away? If you passed away tomorrow, would your family want to take over your role in the business? What about if you become totally and permanently disabled and can never work again,… Read More >>
Get your business sale-ready with our 5 things that will increase your business saleability The environment is now ripe for small and medium businesses to take advantage of the current market conditions to maximise their sales price. With a low Australian dollar, interest rates at… Read More >>
Want to maximise your business wealth before you sell your business? If so, you’ll need your staff to be focussed and engaged to do this. Some possible concerns to address may be: You are not sure what your business is worth Your business is ‘owner reliant’ No formal succession plan Past staff… Read More >>
Staff and succession case study: manufacturing business Background We recently advised a manufacturing business planning to reward employees with bonuses and successors with shares in the business. The four directors believed their business to be an employer of choice and had been discussing employee bonuses and… Read More >>