When Business Valuations Go Wrong

By Janet Asteroff

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There’s an old adage when travelling that you should “know before you go”. How much should you tip? What are the local laws and customs? Which side of the road do they drive on? Is it bottled water or tap? In the same way, it’s wise to be prepared for your next excursion to avoid […]

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How to get your start-up funded

By Symon Blomfield

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Many people spend months or even years, endlessly preparing business plans and circulating them to seek funding they will never get because they are approaching the wrong people with the wrong opportunity. Some investors are looking for a local opportunity where they can get their hands dirty and a decent ROI year on year. Others […]

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It’s Worth HOW Much? Lessons from High Tech Sales

By Janet Asteroff

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It’s easy to feel a bit left out these days. Facebook bought global messaging giant WhatsApp for $16 Billion (£9.5bn, €11bn). Google bought crowd-sourced navigation app WAZE for $1.3 Billion (£600m, €722m). And Airbnb, which lets you rent your spare room to strangers, has a market capitalization of about $10 Billion (£6bn, €7bn), more than […]

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How to Value a Business – Asset Valuation

By Janet Asteroff

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You want to sell your business, but sky-high business valuations for technology companies and global market swings seem to focus your attentions away from the basics of the sale. “Seller be prepared” is a good way to describe importance of the many steps you need to be complete before your business is sold. And few […]

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How to avoid scams when looking for investment

By Symon Blomfield

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Be careful when looking for investment for your business as some potential investors may not be what they seem.  Where-ever money is to trade hands scammers may lurk – so you need to be wise to the risks and avoid the common mistakes that people make. It is wrong to think that scammers only target […]

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