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Business Factors
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1 Years of Business Operation
How long have you been operating your business? In your industry is this considered good?
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2 Management Strength
Would your management team impress a potential purchaser?
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3 Customer Loyalty
Are your customers loyal to your business?
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4 Branding
How strong and well known is your brand?
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5 Customer Database
If a business has too few customers then there is a higher risk that the business may falter if one of the customers ceases trading. Do you therefore have a reasonable customer database?
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6 IP & Technology
Have you developed a lot of IP & Technology?
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7 Staff Contracts
The business needs to continue without your presence. Therefore key staff contracts are generally essential from a potential purchaser's perspective.
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8 Location
Does the location of your business effect the relative attractiveness of your business?
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9 Reliance
The less reliant on key managers, the more attractive your business is to a potential purchaser and therefore the higher your score.
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10 Longevity
How long have you been in business? Is this considered a long time in your industry?
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11 Business Systems
Do you have good business systems in place? Business systems could refer to CRM, accounting and production systems as well as strong policies and procedures that are well implemented.
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