How Do I Maximize My Company’s Sale Price? (I’m a Business Owner)
Jahani and Associates have been asked “How do I maximize my company’s sale price?” time and time again. The answer is always simple but the execution is never easy. Owners looking to sell their company must understand the fundamental dynamics of identifying, developing, and monetizing corporate value.
An acquisition price includes five parameters: tangible assets, intangible assets, cash, liabilities, and goodwill. Companies maximize their value by creating clarity around cash and tangible assets, having clean and transparent financial statements, and pitching themselves in a way that demonstrates sustainable value.
But that is not the key to maximizing your company’s sale price. The facts show that the vast majority of investment decisions are made based on intangible assets and goodwill. Through extensive research and market experience, Jahani and Associates have identified goodwill drivers specific to a company’s industry and competitive advantage. Whether you are selling to a mid-market private equity company or selling to Apple, you will maximize your company’s value by increasing transparency around intangibles and goodwill drivers.
Jahani and Associates will identify, develop, and monetize your high-value intangible assets and goodwill drivers to maximize your company’s sale price.
Intangible investments have been dominating the industry since 1995 and the subsequent dot-com boom. Intangible assets are consistently undervalued, particularly for small companies at the mercy of large players. This is where we come in.
We utilize our intangible asset framework to systematically and rigorously maximize a company’s sale price.
The process starts well in advance of the transaction execution date to definitively build and identify value. Business owners will maximize their company’s value by partnering with Jahani and Associates, an investment banking firm that understands the true value of a company and how to maximize it.