We've successfully moved beyond just standard valuations to provide a greater array of business appraisal solutions.
Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) January 30, 2014
Deal Capital (http://www.dealcapital.com/), a provider of middle-market merger and acquisition advisory services across a broad range of industry sectors, announces enhanced expansion of the company’s business valuation services with an offer for free business valuations for companies looking to sell in the near future.
“Our desire is to provide expert information on business value to current and potential clients who may be looking to sell their business in the next twelve months,” says Troy Jenkins marketing manager. “We recognize business value can often be different depending on the eye of the beholder. When we take a look at a business that may be placed on the market in the next ten to eighteen months, we can offer a great third party appraisal showing owners and management what we expect the business to sell for in the open market.”
In addition to offering free business valuations to potential clients, the Deal Capital team has also expanded its valuation services beyond traditional discounted cash flow business valuations and now provides valuations for commercial real estate transactions as well as compliance with IRC 409a for employee stock compensation of startups and venture-backed companies.
“We’ve successfully moved well beyond standard valuations for your typical business and now provide a whole slew of expert valuation services for companies at all various stages in their lifecycle,” says Jenkins. “Receiving a free valuation can help a business seller make the determination of whether or not the time is right to sell, depending on what the market may bear for such a company. It helps to be educated on the value as it can be a source for better decision-making.”
Companies looking to sell their businesses or receive an expert valuation in the next year or two are invited to discuss various valuation and divestment planning options with a member of Deal Capital. “Regardless of whether or not you sell now or five years from now, there may be some key planning components to include in your business prior to fully selling-out,” Jenkins concludes. “Making good decisions is much easier when you have the proper data to do so.”
About Deal Capital
As a middle-market merger and acquisition advisory firm, Deal Capital assists businesses and their ownership in the preparation of the business just prior to making a sale. The company has partner locations across the country and has recently expanded to some territories in Asia for doing M&A deals abroad. They have done deals in energy, oil, software, staffing, healthcare, aerospace, manufacturing, shipping and consumer products. For more information, feel free to visit the company website or follow Deal Capital on twitter.