Why invest in becoming a turn-key business? 

Being a turn-key business means you can scale easier, perform consistent service, and operate on one high performing platform.

We find businesses have the same problems

Not Using Technology Correctly

It's viewed as an expense, not an investment. It's viewed as too expensive. Minimal spending in technology, the one thing that can multiply your business.  It allows you to shrink the human effort required for your business.

Using Spreadsheets for Data

Spreadsheets have their place, but never when looking at bigger data. One error in a formula, or cell, and everything after is incorrect. It happens too frequently. Your data needs to be correct to make viable decisions.

No Automations

Automating repeated and common tasks, opens up your employees to performing higher value activities.

No Defined Process

It's in someone's head or each person loosely does it in a similar fashion. It should be baked into your software so you do it the same every time. This is where your margin disappears.

One Person is Too Critical

Taking vacations and being on-call is problematic when specific people try to life their life. Using technology and process better, allow employees to make better decisions and not need to escalate issues.

Too Much Guessing

Whether it's forecasting sales, or looking over your operations. You don't have enough data to accurate make critical decisions. Your margin isn't really your margin if you're having cash problems.

Turn-key is the most desireable

Becoming a turn-key business can offer several benefits and advantages to both entrepreneurs and potential buyers.

Ease of Entry for Buyers:
Turn-key businesses are attractive to buyers because they are ready to operate immediately after purchase. This reduces the time and effort needed to set up a new business from scratch, making it an appealing option for individuals who want to enter entrepreneurship without starting everything from the ground up.

Proven Business Model:
Turn-key businesses typically come with a proven business model and operational processes that have demonstrated success.

Immediate Cash Flow:
Unlike startups that often take time to generate revenue, turn-key businesses are usually already generating income. This immediate cash flow can be crucial for buyers who want to see a return on their investment quickly.

Reduced Learning Curve:
New entrepreneurs often face a steep learning curve when starting a business. With a turn-key business, the buyer gains access to the seller's expertise and training, which can significantly reduce the time it takes to get up to speed.

Existing Supplier and Customer Relationships:
Turn-key businesses often have established relationships with suppliers and customers. This saves time and effort for the new owner, as they can continue working with existing partners and clientele.

Time Savings for Sellers:
For current business owners looking to exit the market or focus on other ventures, turning their business into a turn-key model allows them to sell the business as a package, potentially achieving a quicker sale and transition.

Higher Valuation: A well-established turn-key business with a solid track record and stable cash flow can command a higher valuation than a startup with speculative potential.

Scalability and Replicability:
Turn-key businesses are often designed to be easily scalable and replicable in different locations or markets. This can be attractive to buyers who are looking to expand the business beyond its current boundaries.

Support and Training:
Many turn-key businesses come with a support and training package from the seller, helping the new owner navigate the initial stages of ownership more effectively.

Overall, becoming a turn-key business can be a strategic move that benefits both sellers and buyers. It provides a ready-made opportunity for aspiring entrepreneurs and can be a profitable exit strategy for current business owners. However, it's essential to ensure that the turn-key package is well-structured, documented, and offers true value to potential buyers.