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Looking to develop your business but not sure where to turn? Need help planning or executing your next project? Let us guide you. Any organization can move forward with small incremental changes, but building for the future in today’s rapidly evolving environment means taking bold chances and making insightful decisions.


The need for business valuation is growing at a very rapid face. Companies want to determine the economic value of the business or its cash-generating unit. There are various reasons for which companies are getting their business valued. To mention a few:

  • To understand the value/worth of the business 

  • To obtain bank financing or any other alternate source of financing

  • To evaluate the present value for business so that future planning and strategies can be chalked out

  • To consider the offer received for strategic sale of the business and have a basis for negotiating upon

  • To justify the equity value of the company per share during the Annual General Meeting

  • To identify that the business is in which stage of the economic cycle, i.e. growth, stagnant, or decline and using this information to plan further course of action for the business

  • Business Valuation is essential to find out the true intrinsic value of intangible assets like patents, copyrights, trademarks, etc. Their valuation is required when buying another business or making an exit strategy

Even when you know that you need your business needs to be valued, there are several methods for it. For example:

  1. Market-Value Valuation Method

  2. Asset-Based Valuation Method

  3. ROI-Based Valuation Method

  4. Discounted Cash Flow Valuation Method

  5. Capitalization of Earnings Valuation Method

  6. Book-Value Valuation Method

  7. Multiples of Earnings Valuation Method

The list is not exhaustive. However, the process of Business Valuation is quite complicated, and no method is better than the other. Still, there might be only one method which may be suitable for your business. That is the reason you need an expert who will suggest what is best for your business and complete the whole business valuation process for you.

Here our team will help you. We have a team of professionals who will not only tell you the best method but will also value your business for you and assist you in every step.


Due diligence is an investigation performed to confirm the facts of a matter under consideration that requires an examination of financial records and other records before entering into a proposed transaction with another party.

Due diligence is a crucial step because there is considerable value, both in time and money is involved in buying a business and there should not be any mistake. The quality of financial statements varies, and there is a chance of window-dressing. Proper due diligence is performed to minimize such risk.

When a buyer wants to acquire a company, they get Financial Due Diligence conducted. Here a detailed analysis and investigation are conducted on the critical issues faced by the target company.

Usually, there are two kinds of financial due diligence 

  1. Buy-side Due Diligence - Whenever you want to buy a company, you not only need to find a company that goes well with the long-term objective of your business but also is available at the right price. There are a lot of things you need to keep in mind:

    • Get a detailed understanding of the business to be acquired

    • Get a detailed understanding of all the possible risks that you can face

    • Assess how competent the managers and other leaders of the target company is

    • Make proper plans for achieving Bank Finance

    • Prepare for post-acquisition integration of the target company with yours

  2. Sell-side Due Diligence - For Sell-side Due diligence, you not only have to make sure that not only you have a successful transaction but you also get the maximum price for your company. There are certain points to take care of:

    • Identification of all plausible issues that may crop up during the transaction

    • Flexibility in reports and deliverables is necessary

    • Make sure to be presentable for maximum effect.


Restructuring is an action taken by a company to modify the financial and operational aspects of the company significantly to achieve a various business purpose. The restructuring may involve restructuring the debt, operations, or structure of a company to limit financial harm and improve the business.

Business Restructuring has become common as businesses have become agile and changes quickly with economic and governmental policies. The significant Business Restructuring types are:

  1. Identity Makeover - This happens when the company wants to have a complete makeover, ranging from its name, vision & mission, operations, etc. to boost profits and achieve a better standing.

  2. Bankruptcy - This happens when the company has no other option left, and it files for bankruptcy. The company continues operating but restructures its operation, makes smaller payments to creditors and tries to keep itself afloat.

  3. Mergers & Acquisition - This is the major source of restructuring happening across the globe. When a business merges with the other company, they both develop a new identity. New management is elected, and significant changes are made. When others acquire a company; staff, management, and other strategies are restructured.

Business Restructuring is a solution for a company that is not performing well, has a distressed asset base, or just want to start afresh. It is a mechanism for expansion, raise new funds, or capture more market share.


A feasibility study is an analysis to evaluate the pros and cons of a potential project before the company invest a lot of time and money into the project. A feasibility study considers relevant factors into account—including economic, technical, legal, and scheduling considerations to determine the possibility of completing the project successfully.

Significant feasibility studies types:

  1. Technical Feasibility Study - Does the company have the technological resources to undertake the project? Does the company have enough technical workforce for the project?

  2. Economic Feasibility Study - With the Financial Resources available with the company, will the company able to complete the project? The economic feasibility considers the cost-benefit analysis of the project.

  3. Schedule Feasibility Study - Does the company have enough time to undertake and complete the project? Can the project be completed within the time available with the company?

  4. Legal Feasibility Study - Will the project entail any legal implications? This study makes sure that all legal and ethical standards are met before the project is started.

  5. Resource Feasibility Study - Just like economic feasibility, this study requires that whether the company has all the available resources with it to complete the project. 

There are just a few of the Feasibility studies that Project Managers undertake. However, a person needs to have a detailed feasibility report prepared because a lot of time and money will be involved. Major reasons are:

  • It gives a valid reason as to why or why not to undertake the project

  • It helps in business decision-making

  • It helps the companies to find out their constraints and work on them

  • It identifies new opportunities

It improves the project team focus on the area of strength and weakness of the project


A quality management system (QMS) is a formalized system that documents processes, procedures, and responsibilities for achieving the desired objectives. A QMS helps coordinate and direct an organization’s activities to meet customer and regulatory requirements and improve its effectiveness and efficiency continuously."

The use of the Quality Management System, like the ISO 9001 is on the rise as they are providing numerous benefits to the business owners. Some of the benefits are enlisted below:

  1. Customer Satisfaction - Customer satisfaction is the basis on which businesses run today. QMS helps in finding out the requirements of the customers and helps in fulfilling them, which enhances the customer confidence in our business.

  2. Achievement of Project Scope - QMS helps the business in attaining its objective. It ensures the achievement of stability, reliability, customer needs and expectations, and the availability of all the resources required for the project.

  3. Increased Production - QMS helps in achieving improved production by applying proper evaluation techniques. Employees are trained to do troubleshooting which reduces the pressure on supervisors and ensures a consistently good output.

  4. Increased Financial Performance - An investment made in QMS gives good returns by improving the financial performance of the business.

  5. Increased Market Share - QMS results in an overall improvement in production, sales, customer satisfaction, and identifies development prospects. QMS increases the goodwill of the business, the reputation, and in the end, the market share of the business.

A proper Quality Management Service can only be provided by an expert and see how the about the list is not exhaustive, and we can see how good returns this investment can yield.


Does your marketing strategy suit your business model? Is your marketing strategy right for you? Why not hire a marketing strategy expert for you?

A Marketing Strategy Expert understands your marketing needs and formualate a marketing strategy. The scope of a marketing consultant is vast. He takes care of all your marketing areas, just like you have outsourced your marketing department to him. Their main areas of responsibilities are:

  • Provide independent consultancy or marketing advice to the clients

  • Find out new opportunities to engage with new as well as old clients

  • Research on competitors, industries, markets, demography, trends, sales results, etc. related to the client's business or service

  • Make a detailed report based on such research and analyse it to make further marketing strategies

  • Marketing consultant helps in coming up with a new product or new service ideas to increase the market share of the company

  • A managing consultant lays down the path and shapes how the future branding of the company will be

  • He makes sure that the brand he is creating is unique, professional and easily recognizable

  • He manages the brand to make sure no harm whatsoever comes to it

  • He improves the client's engagement through social media by creating innovative campaigns, polls and other such offers to attract mass consumer attention

The duties of a Marketing Consultant/Advisor covers a lot of areas. You might not be able to indigenously cover all the areas which might be a reason for the downfall of the business.


Business Performance Consulting means providing the consultancy related to the planning, operational, financial, or any other issue faced by the company which directly or indirectly affects the overall performance of the business.

Many businesses are struggling today because of the lack of leadership, missing mission and vision statement, poor communication, lack of planning, no accountability and no morale, resulting in poor performance of the business and ultimately closing it down.

A Business Performance Consultant helps to recover the business. He provides consultancy on how to improve the overall performance of the business. The critical areas reviewed by him are:

  • Review of the business policies and procedures to identify the gap and then recommend to fix the gap

  • Focus on the business goals and how the current performance should be to accomplish the desired result

  • Identifies the knowledge gaps that exist and provide appropriate training for professional growth

  • Assess the business challenges and risks and come up with mitigation plans beforehand

  • Provide support in project planning, time management, resource management, budgetary discussions, and risk management activities

  • Identify even the minuscule causes which are the reason for the slower growth of the company

  • Work with the management and develop the latest training curriculum and courses to keep everyone updated

Business Performance Consulting is essential because the actual performance of the business depends on it. It is an investment necessary to be made to ensure the longevity of the business.

Our team can provide the best Business Performance Consultancy ever, and you can only see your business performing better and better after that.

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