When selling your business, it's crucial that it the valuation is truly reflective of what your business has to offer. This not only makes sure your business is more appealing to potential buyers, but that you get the best deal possible.
Many deals will be concerned with the innovative and highly valuable aspects of a company's IP, meaning that a review specifically centred on Intellectual Property will be performed by the potential buyer.
Similar attention will also be paid to other assets your business has, whether they be physical or digital. Therefore, it's important to ensure that they are strengthened and protected prior to acquisition.
Here are some key strategies for strengthening your assets and IP to retain and increase value when selling your business.