Chief Executive Officers or owners who wish to sell or buy a business must be armed with a sound knowledge of its value in order to put a profitable price tag on the firm. Otherwise, what would be their basis for negotiations? Or some may simply want to know what their company is worth.
This article enumerates the methods that are employed in business valuation. It also describes the combination of methods that were used to determine a business process outsourcing company’s worth.
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|Carlos Santiago B. Tabora is a director of PricewaterhouseCoopers Financial Advisors Inc., a member firm of the PricewaterhouseCoopers global network.
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