Executive Information: Case Study
Just like most company owners, you have sacrificed and worked hard for many years to bring your business to where it is now.
However, do you know exactly how much your company is really worth and how do you proceed from there? Many business owners commit the expensive error of looking at their balance sheet to estimate their firm's net worth. The vital gage is to compute the difference between the Financial Value (past revenues) and the full Market Value (potential revenue in the future).
At present, public firms are grabbing so many Tokyo, Japan private firms like never before. Surprisingly, a third of those private firms bought by public firms all have below $5 million annual revenues. Moreover, almost 70% of private firms sold to public firms have annual revenues below $25 million.