What is the value of a business?

Many business owners believe that the value of their business is simply the net profit or gross sales multiplied by an industry rule of thumb. However, this traditional method often falls short in capturing the true value of a business. As a LINK business broker David understands that there are many other factors that contribute to a business’s worth, such as its market position, intellectual property, customer base, and growth potential. By taking a more comprehensive approach, David can help business owners achieve a better value for their business and navigate the complex process of buying or selling a company. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to get the most accurate and beneficial valuation for your business – consider working with a David Pigou your LINK business broker today. 

The true value is based on the following elements:

Intangible Assets

  • Customer lists
  • Trademarks and copyrights
  • Distribution rights
  • A superior management team
  • Non-complete agreements
  • Physical location
  • Brand recognition
  • Special Processes

Tangible Assets

  • Real Estate
  • Plant, equipment, furniture and fittings
  • Debts
  • Machinery

In today’s business landscape, it’s no secret that a company’s value extends far beyond its tangible assets. In fact, intangible assets such as brand recognition, intellectual property, and customer loyalty are often the most valuable components of a business. But how does one put a price on these intangibles? That’s where the expertise of a business valuation professional comes into play. Valuing intangible assets requires a nuanced analysis that takes into account a wide range of factors, from market trends to a company’s unique competitive advantages. So if you’re looking to truly understand the value of your business, it’s worth considering enlisting the services of a valuation expert.

Especially if you engage with a person who has an interest and proven sales record in your industry.