Disruptive Industry Forces: What are they and how to eat them.

17 October. 2018 Tags: , , , , No Comments

In the everchanging business world, corporate strategies inevitably fall to sudden turbulence in the competitive market environment. The often answer to market volatility are mergers and acquisitions. New opportunities emerge because of continuous development and progress which in turn facilitate growth and profits. New products or services, new logistical structures and formulas, new technologies and […]

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Top 5 Factors Affecting the Value of Your Company

3 October. 2018 Tags: , , , , No Comments

This week we are examining some of the most commonly known factors that will most likely affect the end value of your company during the valuation process. Fundamentally, these factors can be grouped by either internal and external in nature. Internal factors are those that fall under direct jurisdiction and control of the company’s integral […]

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Can the Stock Market be an Alternative to Later Stage Venture Capital?

27 September. 2018 Tags: , , , No Comments

Stock Market vs. Later Stage Venture Capital Entrepreneurs are the driving force of an economy and are an important source of innovation. Disruption requires investment in equity, not debt, and it’s up to venture capitalists to prove it. The momentum of capital flow is strong in Belgium and new venture funds have been announced in recent […]

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Specialty Credit Lending Expanding from US to Global Markets

26 September. 2017 No Comments

Venture debt is typically employed by emerging companies that may be currently small, are well-backed by professional venture investors, and are expected to grow rapidly. Funds are deployed to bridge rounds of equity funding and to acquire capital equipment used to develop technology and generate revenue and growth. As venture capital is increasingly accepted worldwide, […]

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The best buyer is not the most obvious one

14 September. 2017 No Comments

Many businessmen sell their company to the first person who gives them an offer. Big mistake. If you have spent many years building a business, looking after every detail, and creating value, don’t just sell to the first person willing to buy from you. Plan the sale and look for the ideal buyer. Of course, […]

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It may have taken you a lifetime or even generations to create substantial value for your business, but with the right planning and advice, it may take only a year or two to double that value. Succession issues, retirement, technology, globalism, scale, etc. are all viable reasons to be thinking about selling your business. But […]