In today’s episode we talk to Jonathan Dutton of JD Consultancy about the key strategies in driving value for your business using a real-world case study. We consider some of the mistakes businesses make when growing their business and talk about how to ensure your business has value when it’s time to sell.
- Tips for building and growing a business
- Issues in revamping a business during exit
- Cost-cutting and consolidating businesses
- Creating value in the business
- Revenue that impacts value at sale
- Traps for business owners when growing their business
- How to create and substantiate value
- How to drive value in your business
- Readying the business for exit
In this episode, we speak with Jonathan Dutton of JD Consultancy about the key strategies in driving value for your business using a case study of a business Jonathan worked with. We consider some of the common mistakes businesses make when trying to grow their business.
We also discuss the different strategies in building and maintaining value in your business, such as cost-cutting exercises, consolidation, creating recurring revenue streams and building different revenue sources. Whether you’re looking to grow or exit your business, this episode will definitely give you some value-add!
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