How do you value a start-up business – The art of valuation This article is about how do you value a start-up business, and has been written by Russell Bowyer. So why would you need to value a start-up business?
I took over a business in October 2010 and in that month it made sales of £126,000, whereas in the last month we acheived £271,000! I acheived this by applying some of the 7 ways to grow a business and,
Firstly, I apologise for my absence on my own blog – I have been away investing and would like to discuss with you what to invest in now, with interest rates still at an all time low across the globe.
I have just invested in a new business and this has taken up my time – I bought a new business back in October 2010 and will admit that it has taken all my focus for the last 6-8 months. The industry was completely new to me and the learning curve extremely steep – the business designs, manufactures and installs fitted furniture, mostly built in bedrooms and home offices – so it is not only and industry I don’t know, but also I have never run a manufacturing business!
The big topic and discussion right now is where to invest cash – it has been reported in the news that the Governor of the Bank of England is encouraging people to spend their cash! So what are the options
I have decided to write this article about the keys to selling a business, as I get really frustrated with vendors of businesses and with brokers that do not seem to know what they are doing! Today, for example, I
Businesses that make money during a recession… This article is about how I bought a business during a recession. But then I also look at businesses that make money during a recession, as it was important to me to make
Richard Branson: Life at 30,000 feet… The achievements of Sir Richard Branson are quite incredible and can be admired by everyone whether or not they are themselves an entrepreneur. TED talk: Richard Branson Life at 30000 feet… I found this
James Caan – Entrepreneur Another successful “Dragons Den” businessman James Caan made his first money from the “Textile Industry”. Read about James Caan and how he made a success out of business so that his story can help to inspire