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Growing the Value of Your Business- Getting Ready to Sell?

In our experience most owners do not know how to grow value in their businesses: “…71% of small and mid-sized enterprise owners plan to exit their businesses within the next ten years, strongly highlighting the growing importance of enhancing business value. However, the challenge is that few organizations genuinely understand what actions they must take […]

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Exiting Your Home Care Business Without Leaving It

Business owners may be telling their advisors things like, “I’d like to back away from my business”, “I’d like the freedom to do whatever I want, whenever I want”, “I don’t want to worry about money. But if I sell, I’m unlikely to get enough cash in today’s merger and acquisition marketplace.”, “If I could […]

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Building Home Care Value with Tactical Planning

Building Home Care Value with Tactical Planning

Building value in your home care business and setting goals for exit planning does not happen by accident.  Partners 31 helps you develop your overall strategy as well as the specific tactics, the means by which you execute that strategy, necessary to achieve your goals. Let’s take the example of “Stuart,” a typical home care […]

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cash flow is king when selling your business

Cash is King

Cash is King, but  for the cash buyer, a slight modification to our saying is required: “Cash Flow is King.” Our advisors often hear from business owners who say, “My friend sold her business for a six times multiple. Can I get the same type of multiple for MY business?” To understand why the answer […]

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Value Driver 4:  Leveraging Human Resources

Value Driver 4: Leveraging Human Resources

We have been discussing the various methods home care owners use to build valuation in their companies to achieve their exit planning goals.  Foremost in this process is creating a written value-building plan, which includes four important value drivers: Value Driver 1:  Business fundamentals Value Driver 2:  Strategic Planning Value Driver 3:  Systemizing Internal Operations […]

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Value Driver 3: Systematizing Internal Operations in your Home Care Business

Value Driver 3: Systematizing Internal Operations in your Home Care Business

*We have been discussing various methods business owners use to build value in their home care companies to achieve their post-exit goals.  Foremost in this process is creating a written value-building plan, which includes four important value drivers, today we discuss Value Driver Three, Systemizing Internal Operations in your Home Care Business The systematization of internal operations […]

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