Valuation of Small Business: An Alternative Point of View
Valuations of small private business for selling purposes are carried out within a negotiation process. One key point in this negotiation is to understand the economic value involved in the operation, since the right price is a key factor for reaching a good transaction. Contrary to the conclusions established in the commented article, I believe that valuation theory, when properly understood and used correctly, is a superb tool to identify where the economic value comes from and how said economic value can/should be shared.
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Volume (Year): 3 (2008)
Issue (Month): 1 (September)
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