Before you sell your business, it is possible to take steps to increase value and justify a higher value. Even if you are not focused on selling your business, it is important to continually look for ways to improve, so when it is finally time to sell you will get maximum value.

So, how can you increase the value of your business and reap these benefits? Below is a look at top tips that can help you:

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1. Get Professional Advice from an Outsider

A consultant, a financial expert, other entrepreneurs, or other professionals can offer you sound business advice. These outsiders can identify challenges hindering the growth of your business and help you identify great opportunities and increase value.

2. Perform Regular Business Plan Reassessments

It is important to perform a business plan reassessment to see if:
• You are on track with the objectives of your business
• There are any shortcomings in the business
• There are opportunities you have not taken advantage of

3. Understand Your Passion and Focus on it

Many business owners make the mistake of thinking that running a business means doing everything. Identify the areas you are best at and passionate about. As for the other areas, you can delegate to someone else.

If You Don’t Succeed Today, Tomorrow is Another Day Full of Opportunities

It is a process to increase value and takes time. Learn from the efforts that don’t pan out and use the experience to make more insightful decisions in the future.


To read my full article on this topic, please see: Tips on How to Create More Value for Your Business Before You Sell.

Michael Roub
Inflection 360

You can listen to more on this topic on the Thoughtful Entrepreneur podcast: EP 006 – Navigating the Turning Point of Your Business – Michael Roub

Michael Roub

As Co-Founder of Inflection 360, Michael Roub advises clients on a wide range of strategic initiatives, including operations enhancement, acquisitions and business planning. Michael has a particular expertise working with healthcare practices and small businesses.

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