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Business Valuation Methods

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 Nine Basic Valuation Methods There are nine basic methods for valuing a business.  Some methods are more appropriate for certain types of businesses than others.  Often, the buyer and seller use different methods and only after lengthy negotiations do they arrive at a fair price. …

Positioning your Business for Sale

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No one knows for certain, however, there is a general consensus among professional business brokers that somewhere around one out of every five or six businesses in a country with annual sales below $10 million are for sale at any given time. Among businesses with…

Connecor Launches New Interactive Website – Gold News

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Following the reorganisation and expansion of Connecor Investments (Connecor) into three own offices and eight affiliated offices, a new interactive website with improved design has now been launched. The website offers optimised access to Connecor’s information, activities, and product portfolio. The interactive platform, thanks to…

Connecting the Dots – Gold Magazine

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Falling on difficult times, feeling jaded, lacking succession planning: these are all good reasons to feel disillusioned with one’s business. But hope is at hand. Marios Chiromerides, Managing Director of Connecor Investments, explains how the newly opened Nicosia-based office of this international transfer agency aspires to partner…

Differentiating the use of experienced advisers

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When considering the sale or the purchase of a business, it is essential that you have chosen the correct representation in financial advisers, lawyers, and Business Brokers. The most important partners when buying a company will be these advisers. We will discuss how to correctly…

Great opportunities in times of crisis

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Connecting Businesses – Distressed Assets & Businesses in Spain, 4 trim. 2012 Spain is going to its most severe economic crisis since joining the European Community in 1986. The credit crisis has crippled the local banks, loaded with mortgages on overpriced real estate and burdened by the governments’ need to finance the…