You are working hard each day in your business. But are you are focusing on sales, profits and tasks to get you through the day or are you focusing on creating a valuable asset? The difference is life-changing and is worth hundreds of thousands, if not millions of dollars.
Many business owners sacrifice years to build their business and then sell for a fraction of what their business is really worth.
Join Ideas Into Business’ free workshop – How to Maximise Your Business Valuation, led by multi-award-winning entrepreneur and two times Amazon No.1 Best Seller, Luke Fatooros. Luke will guide you through the twelve steps to maximising your business valuation so you can cash out for maximum profits when you are ready.
This free workshop will cover:
- How to work out what your business is worth today
- How to discover the true potential value of your business
- A 12 step exit strategy roadmap to be “sell ready” for maximum profits in 2-5 years
- Maximise the value of your business for selling or attracting investors
- How to build an asset you can retire on and enjoy a lifestyle of your choice
This is a virtual event. Attendance information will be sent via email to registered attendees.
About Luke Fatooros, Founder of Ideas Into Business
Luke started his first business at age 23 in his father’s shed with $800. He turned that into a $12 million business in 5 years. Then he lost the lot!
Why? His business was not structured correctly. His business was strapped to him. The harder he worked, the more stressed he became. The bigger it got, the more it pulled him apart. He was killing himself to make profits daily, not building his business to create wealth for his future. The result was he burnt out and lost everything.
In this powerful workshop, Luke shares these life-changing lessons and twelve steps to maximising your business valuation and creating a valuable asset for life. Luke has used these lessons to build and sell businesses across three countries and has helped hundreds of business owners transform their businesses and lives.