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Selling Shares to Employees

May 23, 2018 Doug Walker
  Selling shares to employees can provide founders an opportunity to gradually transfer ownership to one or more key employees, while maintaining control over the Company. This can be part of a...
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The Difference Between Margin and Markup

May 23, 2018 John Boudreau

Whether you manufacture and sell goods and services, or purchase and re sell goods and services, it is important to know the difference between margins and markups from an accounting perspective....

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What is my business worth?

May 17, 2018 Doug Walker

Business valuation for privately held companies can be a highly technical process, considering company assets, historic and projected financial performance, comparable transactions, general...

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Economic Engine VS Resource Engine

May 06, 2018 John Boudreau

In his book Good to Great, Jim Collins talks about how leaders who built the good-to-great companies were, to one degree or another, “hedgehogs”. The hedgehog knows one big thing and is...

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How To Prepare Your Business to Sell for Maximum Value

April 30, 2018 Doug Walker

Preparing your business for sale is essentially the same as preparing it for continued success. For many firms, the main exception to this is with respect to accounting practices. Whereas many...

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What are your quarterly Rocks?

April 24, 2018 John Boudreau

In his book Traction: Get A Grip on Your Business, Gino Wickman talks about “Quarterly Rocks” being the most important priorities to focus on in the coming quarter. Focusing on accomplishing 3 to...

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