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COVID-19 has had a devastating effect on South African businesses, with many being shut down indefinitely. Even major companies like Ster Kinekor took a huge knock and have had to close their doors, or file for business rescue assistance. Many others are in treacherous waters and have become distressed businesses. But this doesn’t necessarily need to spell D-O-O-M. There are people who are specifically looking to buy distressed businesses. If you are a business in distress, there are tips that you can follow to sell your business, and you can do it conveniently online!
Many businesses get to a stage where they consider expansion, and franchising is one way of expanding a business footprint. There are many benefits to be had from franchising a business, including expansion with third party capital and the dedication of an owner manager that promotes the business for their own profit. Not all businesses have franchise potential. Any business owner considering franchising should ask themselves the following questions. Ideally, all these questions should have a positive answer.
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Unlike other businesses, the online venture may not have any tangible assets such as property, machinery, or vehicles instead they will have Intelectual Property, websites, and systems. The company may also have an online presence and income generation as proof of its value. Your business needs to be listed at a realistic market-related price. The correct valuation is thus imperative to ensure that the online business is sold at the right price. Below are four common online business valuation mistakes to avoid.
Employees drive the goodwill of the business and in the case of a change in ownership represent continuity. One of the most important deciding factors for a buyer would always be: Does the staff know about the sale? Will the manager stay on in the business? How long have your staff been working for you? Taking over a business, the continuity of the staff is the most important factor, especially if the buyer is new to the industry they will be very dependent on your current staff compliment.
Though there may be hundreds of businesses being advertised on websites “for sale”, at any given day there are only two types of businesses in the market: Those that don’t sell; and Those that sell.
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