Doing Due Diligence on your own company

Understanding how to value your business and identifying how you can make it worth more

3 credit hours

Description

This Course will help business owners to transform from "working in your business" to "working on your business".  You will learn the Who, What, Where, When and Why of  due diligence and why you need to do Due Diligence NOW on your company.  You will learn what things a buyer will look at and how important they are to YOUR BOTTOM LINE!  Savvy company owners take this course because they know that when it is time to sell, they will have had years to be sure everything they are doing will result in maximum value for them or their heirs.    
If you would like your business to run more efficiently, be better organized, lose fewer customers, earn greater profits or if you want to plan an exit strategy, this course is for you.  Isn't it time to end the insanity? (Insanity: doing the same things and expecting different results.)  Make a decision to start running your business like a business.  It starts with this course.

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Who Should Take It

Alarm and Locksmith Company Owners interested in selling now or in the future, Owners interested in passing the business down to heirs, Owners interested in acquiring their competitors and Owners who want to create greater wealth. 

What Is Covered

The Who, What Where, Why and When of preparing for a sale, acquisition, merger.  This course can be a sanity check or a wake up call depending on what you have built.  You will learn how to get the most 

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  1. Doing Due Diligence on your own company Understanding how to value your business and identifying how you can make it worth more

Doing Due Diligence on your own company

Understanding how to value your business and identifying how you can make it worth more

3 credit hours

Description

This Course will help business owners to transform from "working in your business" to "working on your business".  You will learn the Who, What, Where, When and Why of  due diligence and why you need to do Due Diligence NOW on your company.  You will learn what things a buyer will look at and how important they are to YOUR BOTTOM LINE!  Savvy company owners take this course because they know that when it is time to sell, they will have had years to be sure everything they are doing will result in maximum value for them or their heirs.    
If you would like your business to run more efficiently, be better organized, lose fewer customers, earn greater profits or if you want to plan an exit strategy, this course is for you.  Isn't it time to end the insanity? (Insanity: doing the same things and expecting different results.)  Make a decision to start running your business like a business.  It starts with this course.

Applicable In

Who Should Take It

Alarm and Locksmith Company Owners interested in selling now or in the future, Owners interested in passing the business down to heirs, Owners interested in acquiring their competitors and Owners who want to create greater wealth. 

What Is Covered

The Who, What Where, Why and When of preparing for a sale, acquisition, merger.  This course can be a sanity check or a wake up call depending on what you have built.  You will learn how to get the most 

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