If you’re considering selling your business or looking to retire in the next few years, a valuation is key. What is measured improves, and valuation is no different than establishing and overseeing a sales quota. A valuation will provide a clear explanation of the value of your business along with evidence to support the result. It can tell you if efforts need refocusing, or…even better…if your company is headed in the right direction. The data helps guide strategic decisions prior to the sale of the business to ensure a premium value at the eventual exit.
How Does Your Business Compare?
In addition to a business valuation, DCA will provide information on how your business compares to others in your industry and geographic market, based on operational and financial metrics.
How It Works
Order your valuation from DCA ($395) by following the checkout process (button below).
Following payment, you will be guided to the valuation data-input page. Enter in basic information about your business, including income, assets, liabilities, growth, and operations.
The entire process takes approximately 20 minutes, if you have all information on hand.
You may save your information at any time to complete the process later.
DCA Partners will reach out to you within 2 business days of completion with a valuation report.
The valuation helped me understand what aspects of my business needed attention. DCA was instrumental in plotting the course to improve critical areas of my business, so I can receive a premium value when it comes time to sell.
Read Our Whitepapers on Business Valuations
There’s No Time Like the Present
The Numbers Game
Preparing for the Future
While business owners are often stretched for time, when it comes to discovering how much the business is worth, there’s no time like the present. A comprehensive business valuation is the first step to ensuring a premium-value exit. It can also give you a better sense of when you can retire.