Tampa, Fla. (PRWEB) December 06, 2011
This Tuesday, December 6, 2011, at 11:00 a.m. Eastern Standard Time, Navocate business sales + acquisitions is offering a free web seminar on the topic of business valuation. Designed for entrepreneurs and small businesses with revenues up to $25M, the webinar will focus on four different business valuation strategies, including the advantages and disadvantages of each. The webinar will also delve into the concept of business multiples: what they represent, and how they are used in business valuation. http://www.navocate.com
“Business valuation is confusing to many business owners — particularly in today’s volatile economy where past guidelines are now irrelevant,” said Karl F. Buhl, President of Navocate. “ ’How to Value Your Business for a Timely Sale’ will discuss four approaches to business valuation, and review why do-it-yourself valuations can be catastrophic — including some sobering real world examples.”
The webinar will also look at the concept of multiples in valuing a business, including what they represent and how they are calculated. “Every business owner and buyer talks about multiples,” said Boaz Vinogradov, Navocate’s director of business development. “However, few business owners know what a multiple represents, how a multiple is derived, and the different business metrics that can impact the result.”
After participating in this webinar, business owners and buyers will better understand ‘multiples’ as used in the business valuation process, the different resources available for business valuations, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of each.
To register for the free business valuation webinar go to: http://bit.ly/uhZSqB
Navocate provides business sales and acquisitions services for Emerging Companies with revenues up to $25M — focusing on the under-served entrepreneurial M&A segment that is above most business brokers’ expertise (with their primary focus on main street businesses); and below investment banks’ middle-market target. Navocate supports Emerging Companies with: expansion through acquisitions; growth by capital infusion, financial, and management expertise from strategic partners or Private Equity Groups; or through an outright sale.
Karl F. Buhl
(888) 900-5866, Ext. 1