Join Us For This As Our Guest on July 16th from 1PM to 2:30PM
As a business owner, you work hard, growing your company, creating great reputations, it's your life, and it's tied to you personally, in fact, it's hard to separate the company and our personal lives, each depends on the other.
More often than not, the focus remains on driving revenue to grow your business; however, the question becomes, are you building value as well?
Life events, whether expected or not, require planning. There comes a time when you may want to transfer ownership to family members or to sell to a 3rd party. If unforeseen circumstances take place, will you be pleased or disappointed with where your business lands? And will you be happy with how your business is valued?
What are the necessary steps to ensure your business can achieve better multiples while protecting your company, family, and successors?
On July 16th, we have the distinct pleasure of having Christopher Helmrath, Founder & Managing Director, SC&H Capital, join us to speak to discuss tangible steps to consider to improve the value of your business in parallel with driving revenue.
During this valuable session, Chris will be answering your questions about what makes companies more valuable, what changes you can make to achieve your objectives and more.
With over 30 years of experience in the investment banking arena, representing public and privately held companies, Chris Helmrath's consulting practice concentrates in the following areas: corporate divestitures and acquisitions, raising debt and equity financing, strategic planning, business valuations, and transaction advisory services.
Chris is a frequent national and regional speaker and author on many issues affecting corporate finance, mergers & acquisitions, strategic planning, capital markets, and business valuation.
Specialties: Chris brings an excellent depth of knowledge across many industries, including federal government contracting, clinical health care and health care technology, automobile dealers, manufacturing, distribution, consumer products, business services, technology and not-for-profit institutions.