We talked about the surprising world of 3D printing today, what makes a valuable niche for commodity companies and eventually talk about when and why someone might need a business valuation.
I was really surprised to learn more about what 3D printing has become in manufacturing. We also talk about some of the critical factors that make businesses highly valuable when they sell, including creating a niche, what type of leadership team needs to be in place, and the personality of the founder/owner. Ultimately we talk a little bit about business valuation, what it is, and who does and doesn't need one.
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