A Proven Methodology That Improves Business Value
The Value Builder System™ is a statistically proven methodology designed to improve the value of a privately held business. At the core of the system is The Value Builder Score™, an evaluation system driven by an algorithm that evaluates a business on the eight core value drivers acquirers take into consideration when buying companies. The Value Builder Score™ gives a comprehensive assessment of the "Sellability" of your business, whether you want to sell next year or just to know that you're building a valuable asset for the future.
After analyzing more than 60,000+ businesses, analysts at The Value Builder System™ have discovered that companies with a Value Builder Score of 90+ received offers that are 7.1 times higher than the average-scoring business.
The Value Builder System™ is available exclusively through an experienced and authorized group of advisors such as Acme Advisors & Brokers.
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