It all began in 1981 when Congress authorized a week dedicated to acknowledging the contributions of women to America’s history. As women, we have achieved great feats from becoming airplane pilots (Amelia Earhart), astronauts (Sally Ride and Mae Jamison), congressional representatives (Jeannette Rankin and Shirley Chisholm), millionaires (Madame CJ Walker), and each day more stories are being written.
I’m so proud of the strides women have made and I love sharing their stories with you. So today, I want to share with you Margaret Fischer’s story. Margaret does something very interesting, she values companies literally. This is a very important person to know because as your business grows, the natural course is expansion. It is at this stage that you may use Margaret’s services. Knowing what your business is worth can help bank officers properly assess your business for a loan. It can help when evaluating an offer from a purchaser for your business or help you establish the price for creating your company’s buy/sell agreement. You see knowing someone like Margaret is crucial to accurately positioning your business for its next steps.
Margaret has 25 years of experience performing valuation and transaction advisory services. She has a BS in business with a concentration in finance-real estate from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business. Her background includes lecturing government agencies, law firms, and the business community on business valuation–related topics.
Take a listen as she shares more about her professional background and why she decided to start her own firm.Women and Finance, women and money, women business owners, women's history month