Whether you are at the beginning of your business journey or running into an unexpected delay just before reaching your destination, the concept of business value can be used like GPS to help you find the best route for your business.
Interested to learn how? Then attend this panel discussion where you will hear from experts who understand how to use business value as a tool to drive growth.
In just 45 minutes, you’ll discover:
- Why it is never too early (or too late) to start thinking about the value of your business
- How to define business value
- What the differences are between how buyers and sellers view value
- What specific areas a business owner can focus on to grow value
Didn’t see your area of interest on this list? No worries there will be ample time for you to submit your queries to these knowledgeable panelists.
Know someone who would benefit from this presentation? Invite them. This session is open to all.
Jane Tereba is the President and is a Shareholder of Capital Valuation Group, where she provides business and intangible asset valuations and consulting services. Prior to joining the firm, her professional experience includes over 15 years of public accounting. She is a member of the American Society of Appraisers and the American and Wisconsin Institutes of Certified Public Accountants.
Ben Smith is a shareholder in the Clayton & McKervey’s consulting practice, where he works to optimize results for middle-market clients in a variety of sectors, including high-tech, manufacturing, distribution and industrial automation. Much of Ben’s focus is related to financial reporting and analysis, financial and tax due diligence, and quality of earnings studies when buying and selling their businesses.
Clint Bundy is a Managing Director with Bundy Group, an investment bank that specializes in representing business owners and management teams in business sales, capital raises and acquisitions. Clint has over 12 years of experience in the automation and cybersecurity sectors, and he has advised numerous companies and has a long track record of closed transactions in those industries.
Bryan Powrozek is the leader of Clayton & McKervey’s industrial automation group. He joined Clayton & McKervey after a dozen years working as a mechanical engineer for an automotive supplier. As a CPA, he has had the opportunity to use his background in systems and processes on a regular basis to help growth-driven manufacturing and system integration companies grow the value of their businesses.