What Is Your
Business Worth?

No One Can Tell You What Your Business Is Worth Without
Conducting A Comprehensive Analysis.


Professional Business Valuations

A key issue for entrepreneurs seeking to exit a business is determining the value of their years of hard work.  Establishing a fair value for a company isn’t easy, but the sale price you come up with will be an important focal point of your transition and exit plan. To give you a true reflection of your company’s worth, your business needs to be valued accurately.

Knowing the realistic value of your business will give you the necessary confidence for any negotiations or potential transactions.


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“Research shows that people attach a higher value to things they own compared to things that aren’t theirs.”

Pavilion’s accredited professional business valuation specialists execute an accurate, objective and independent assessment of value. Our advanced valuation methodologies and expertise ensure you avoid the risk of seriously undervaluing your largest asset at exit.


Earnings Are Key To A Valuation

The most common method used to determine a fair sale price for a business is calculating a multiple of EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization), which is a measure of a company’s ability to generate operating earnings.

The multiples vary by industry and could be in the range of 3x to 10x EBITDA for a small to medium sized business, depending on market conditions.

Ideally the business should show strong, profitable cash flow to reduce the risk for buyers.

Pavilion’s comprehensive, professional business valuation process enables us to offer a true indicator of a company’s success, giving you the best value in the marketplace today.



There will always be their price, your price and the fair price. Knowing the fair value provides a sense of security, stability and comfort. An accurate valuation is a huge advantage in volatile economies and unstable markets.

Pavilion has accredited business valuation specialists to help you assess the true value of your business. We value various components of your business, including goodwill, tangible and non-tangible assets, property and management knowledge and commitment.


Free Complimentary Report

This guide contains critical information, tips and suggestions about the valuation process. Discover what valuations are used for, what your business is worth and what the different approaches are to a business valuation.

This financial check-up can prepare you for the next phase of your business strategies.



Differing Expectations
Can Cause Conflict

Determining the value of your company can cause conflict between you and your successors, potential buyers, financial partners or tax assessor.

A professional business valuation from a third-party will hold more credibility with potential buyers than numbers generated in-house.

Due to the complex nature and high stakes of selling your company, a professional valuator can help you set a selling price and determine whether a buyer’s offer is reasonable.

The valuation process will also help you identify weaknesses in your organization and find ways to maximize its value.

Valuation Reviews

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    Robert Noel President, BC Comfort Business Value Gap Analysis
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    Robert Noel President, BC Comfort
  • When Pavilion presented me the valuation and showed how they had used over 20 different valuation methods I was confident that we have the most accurate and unbiased...
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  • The Pavilion team exceeded my expectations. They provided me with a Valuation that surprised me, revealing a lot of extra value that I hadn’t considered...
    Edward OskoValley Personnel Ltd. Share Sales to Strategic Buyer
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    Edward Osko Valley Personnel Ltd.

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