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Peter Chambers, an independent consultant for Australian SMEs, talks to Anthill about how businesses can use a seven-point plan of attack to unlock cash flow so the funds can be used to invest in things such as innovation.
As I recently noted, troubled businesses that wait too long to seek financial help end up hurting the Australian economy – to the tune of $13 billion every year. Fortunately, turnaround specialists are committed to insolvency prevention by returning troubled companies to profitability and financial stability. Here's how to make sure you're alert to the warning signs and know when to call for help.
Even in these tight economic times, the task of getting financial support from a bank can be greatly eased if a business owner learns how to speak a bank’s language and use similar risk-management tools and techniques.
Five fingers and a raised hand could be all that’s required to add an extra $2 billion to the Australian economy each year. That’s the money that would be saved if even only half of Australian businesses that find themselves in financial strife put their hands up for help earlier.
Last week, Kevin Lovewell emphasised the importance of undergoing a business valuation, noting how the large share of business value today is based on intangibles off the balance sheet. Here in Part Two, he reviews the specific methods for performing a valuation based on one of two measurements: the physical assets of the company and the cash flows the company provides to the owners.
How much is your business worth? There are some fundamental truths about undertaking a business valuation. In this first of a three-part series, Kevin Lovewell provides a simple explanation of business valuation methodologies and debunks some of the myths surrounding valuation techniques.
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