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Chartered Business Valuators (CBVs) support the business and legal communities in matters which include, but are not necessarily limited to, business valuation, value enhancement, exit planning and litigation support.

Having a competitive advantage or industry niche is a key value driver for many businesses.  A potential purchaser will be very interested in a business that has a unique and meaningful product/service offering or one that has reduced or eliminated competition in the marketplace.

"Building a Business for a Successful Transition" Jason Kwiatkowski, CA, CBV, ASA, CEPA delivers an information session to business owners and professional advisors on various topics related to building a business for a successful transition, including business valuation, exit planning, value enhancement, pre-sale planning and the Sellability Score. Comments and feedback from business owners in attendance included:      "I enjoyed hearing all this relevan...

Jason Kwiatkowski, CA, CBV, ASA, CEPA and Jeff Ambrose, CA deliver a presentation to various lawyers at Borden Ladner Gervais on "The Role of Experts and Critiquing Expert Reports"

Jason Kwiatkowski, CA, CBV, ASA, CEPA and Jeff Ambrose, CA interviewed for an article in the Bottom Line, "Good Valuation Can Be a Tax Shield", Mid-May 2012

Size and scalability is a key value driver for most businesses.  Larger businesses are perceived to be more substantial and stable organizations than smaller companies.  These businesses have found a way to grow beyond the efforts of the owner(s) and become less reliant on the owner. 

Maximizing the net proceeds received from the sale of a business is a common goal for many business owners.  This will only be accomplished with enough time to implement an effective strategy for maximizing value and minimizing taxes.

Developing a business that is not economically dependent on a single customer, supplier or employee is a key value driver for many businesses.  Economic dependence increases business risk and decreases business value.