Written by: Kerry Boulton – Professional EOS Implementer® & Exit Planner

As a seasoned business owner, you’ve poured your heart and soul into building your enterprise. It holds not just financial value but represents your legacy, dreams, and countless hours of dedication. Now, as you contemplate a future exit from your business, it’s essential to assess its true value accurately. In this article, Kerry will embark on a journey to explore different methods of determining the fair market value of your business while igniting your passion for its remarkable worth.

Exploring Financial Valuation Methods

Earnings-Based Approaches: Delve into the world of financial ratios, cash flow analysis, and profit margins. Uncover how methods like EBITDA multiples and discounted cash flow (DCF) analysis can provide insights into your business’s future earning potential, a critical factor for buyers.

Asset-Based Approaches: Discover the tangible and intangible assets that contribute to your business’s From physical assets like property and equipment to intellectual property, patents, and customer databases, each asset adds a unique dimension to your business’s overall worth.

Market-Based Approaches: Where you can benchmark your business against similar enterprises in your industry. Unveil the power of market transactions, industry trends, and the impact they have on your business’s value.

The Human Element: Unleashing Value

Beyond financial calculations, your business possesses intangible qualities.
These intangibles include your brand reputation, loyal customer base, established relationships, and a strong team. Highlighting these elements will significantly impact your business’s perceived value, attracting buyers who seek more than just numbers on a balance sheet.

Understanding Key Value Drivers

While financials play a crucial role in valuation, understanding the factors that influence your business’s worth is equally important. Kerry will examine elements such as growth potential, market demand, competitive advantages, customer diversification, and operational efficiency. Unleashing the true potential of your business lies in nurturing these key value drivers, igniting passion, and bolstering its overall appeal to potential buyers.

Engaging Professional Expertise

Navigating the complexities of business valuation can be overwhelming. This is where professionals, such as business brokers, appraisers, and accountants, come into play. I will show you how to collaborate effectively with these experts, harnessing their knowledge and experience to ensure an accurate and comprehensive assessment of your business’s worth.


The time is now to prepare for your business’s future. Let’s schedule a free consultation with me today



Exciting EOS News!

After a successful event in London last year, EOS’s inaugural Strong in Six Event for this year’s Business Challenge is coming to Sydney!

The event will be on 31 August from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM AEST at the Hyatt Regency Sydney Hotel, and I’d love to see you there. There will be over 300 local and international entrepreneurs to connect with and learn from, plus EOS experts to meet and chat with.

If you are not familiar with EOS – the Entrepreneurial Operating System, this is your chance to get the inside information. If you are running on EOS, it will also be a great opportunity to see where you and your team can level up your EOS implementation and how you can get more out of the EOS Tools.

Check out the impact of last year’s campaign.  Best of all, admission is free when you use the code KerryBoulton at registration.  Register here

I’m looking forward to seeing you there! If you have any questions or need any additional information, don’t hesitate to reach out!


NOTE: The content of this article is intended to provide a general guide to the subject matter, and specialist advice should be sought about your specific circumstances. The content must not be relied upon as legal, technical, financial or other professional advice.