It is often said that a business is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it. Businesses are often valued by their price to earnings ratio (P/E), or multiples of profit. The P/E ratio is suited to businesses that have an established track record of profits.
Working out an appropriate P/E ratio to use can be driven by profits – if a business has high forecast profit growth, it might suggest a higher P/E ratio. And if a business has a good record of repeat earnings, it may have a higher P/E ratio, too.
In this webinar, we will look at ways of valuing businesses, so that you can establish a starting point from which to negotiate a deal with the investor.
• What information do you need to value a business?
• Ways to value a business
• Using forecast numbers
• What can affect the valuation that will not be in the numbers?
• Coming up with a valuation range
Presented by Jo Tomlinson, Owner of Business Works Accountancy Firm
Owner of Business Work UK, Jo runs an advisory led Accountancy Practice, is a growth coach and a certified Quickbooks Trainer. Clients want more from their Accountant than an end of year history lesson! They want to work with advisors who they trust to give them advice on their business. Jo works closely with business owners helping them to achieve the dreams and goals they have for their businesses.
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**The webinar will be delivered via the ‘Zoom’ video conferencing software**