The true value of anything is only what someone is willing to pay for it, so when you think of the value of your business, a good way to measure growth is by increasing the price a hypothetical buyer might pay should you choose to sell. Even if you don’t plan on selling, this is how a bank may look at your business to decide to loan you money, how a potential investor or partner might decide to invest in you or how the IRS will value the business should you die. Another important factor in valuing a business is the risks it is vulnerable to. The Value Builder Score questionnaire takes about 13 minutes to complete, after which you’ll instantly receive your Value Builder Score which evaluates different growth and risk areas that a business may have. Based on quantitative analysis of more than 18,000 users, companies that achieve a score of 80+ are predicted to get offers that can be up to 71% higher than the average business.