Evaluate Your Business with the Value Builder System

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Running your own business is a challenge, but it can also be very exciting. It presents opportunities and obstacles that you can’t plan for. Every journey in business ownership is different, but one frustration seems to resonate universally: no matter how long or hard you work, sometimes it feels like your efforts aren’t paying off.

While this feeling is discouraging and disappointing, you don’t have to stay stuck in the rut. Taking actionable steps to evaluate and change the way you do business can get you back on track, reinvigorating you and motivating your employees.

The key to unlocking your potential is building value in your company. You can’t build what you don’t know, though. Understanding the complex facets that build the foundation of business success starts takes work and it takes a certain amount of humility. Ego has no place in honestly reflecting on your business, as it can often cloud your judgement and cause you to overstate you successes.

It’s best to start with a third party that can evaluate your company practices under an unbiased microscope.

What is the Value Builder System?

The Value Builder System is an online assessment that evaluates key indicators of company value in eight key areas. Through analysis of over 40,000 businesses, the leaders at Value Builder Systems found that companies with a Value Builder Score of 80 or more received offers that are 71% higher than those of the average business.

What Are the 8 Key Drivers of the System?

Financial performance: Your history of producing revenue and profit combined with the professionalism of your record keeping.

Growth Potential:Your likelihood to grow your business in the future and at what rate.

Switzerland Structure: How dependent your business is on any one employee, customer, or supplier.

Valuation Teeter Totter: Whether your business is a cash suck or cash spigot.

Recurring Revenue: The proportion and quality of automatic, annuity-based revenue you collect each month.

Monopoly Control: How well differentiated your business is from competitors in your industry.

Customer Satisfaction: The likelihood that your customers will re-purchase and also refer you.

Hub & Spoke: How your business would perform if you were unexpectedly unable to work for a period of three months.

Resources and Articles for Implementing the System

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Financial Performance

Organizing Financial Performance for the Sale of Your Business

Growth Potential

Growth Potential and the Sale of Your Business

Switzerland Structure

Vendor Diversification: Less Risk, More Reward

Taking the Eggs Out of the Basket: Diversifying Your Customer Base

Valuation Teeter Totter

Is Your Business a Cash Suck or Cash Spigot?

Recurring Revenue

Monopoly Control

Customer Satisfaction

Hub & Spoke

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