Tag: Intellectual Property

Preparing the Company for Sale: What Buyers Want to See

By Daniel R. Siburg, CPA, CVA & Howard Fisher Potential buyers for a company generally look hard at certain aspects of it, and vanish if they do not like what they find.  Fortunately, the same practices that will help you run the business more efficiently and effectively on a daily basis will also help you…
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What Creates Value in Your Company?

By Daniel R. Siburg, CPA, CVA and Howard W. Fisher Long before you are ready to think about selling your company, you may want to think about what creates value in it.  The following are key factors in creating value. Seller’s Reputation Your business is known for its character and reputation in the industry.  Your…
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Making Your Mark—Tips for Identifying, Adopting, and Protecting a Trademark

by Damon Ashcraft, Esq. & Daniel R. Siburg, CPA, CVA For business owners, trademarks can become one of your most valuable intangible assets as they allow consumers to identify your brand of goods or services and distinguish them from those of your competitors. Adopting a proper trademark helps you achieve critical brand recognition, promotion, and…
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