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How to sell your business successfully? Learn 7 mistakes you are likely to make when valuating and selling your company

12 October 2021
Krzysztof CIESIELSKI
Selling a company tends to be a long process that takes a couple of months. In practice, it starts much earlier than the actual negotiations with the buyer. That is when the business owner can make mistakes that will cost them dearly. What are these traps and how can they be avoided?

Business valuation: who and to what extent should do it when a company is being sold?

12 October 2021
Krzysztof CIESIELSKI
If the seller wants to land a good price and the buyer wants to avoid overpaying, the transaction of selling a business must be supported with a reliable valuation of the acquired company. But who should do it and how should it be done in order for the valuation report to be credible?

How can a family business owner take care of their future?

14 August 2020
Sebastian GOSCHORSKI
More and more family businesses are facing a dilemma - whether to pass on the legacy to the next generation or rather to financially secure the existing owners? From the point of view of the owner of a family business, often the only correct decision concerning the future of the developed assets is to sell the company.

Startup valuation methods

30 June 2020
Krzysztof CIESIELSKI
From the investors’ perspective, startups mean high risk and low liquidity. As a result, startup valuation is quite a challenge.

Valuation of various types of assets - what are the differences?

11 December 2015
Dawid STOLAREK
Throughout the course of your business and the transactions you make, you will come across assets of various types and features. Ensuring liquidity of assets depends on whether you are able to determine their value in terms of money. However, there are other reasons why preparing a valuation of assets may prove necessary - transaction goals (trading a certain good) being only one of them. Most often, valuation of a given asset is prepared in connection with reporting requirements or to serve as an opinion in on-going court proceedings. Valuation is also used in management of certain assets as a tool for identifying factors that promote the growth of their value.

Who prepares business valuation – an advisor or a client’s attorney?

30 March 2015
Dawid STOLAREK
It is evident that in the free-market economy, especially in branches with low entry barriers such as consulting, a customer has a special position. It is our client who, as a buyer of goods and services, determines the success, or failure, of  business we – professional advisors and consultants, run.