Analyze this

Tortola, Jane Olszeski
November 2007
Progressive Grocer;11/1/2007, Vol. 86 Issue 15, p10
Trade Publication
The article presents the basic steps, given by Bruce Kamph, vice president of strategic development for BridgePoint Solutions Group LLC, for an analyst to take in a valuation. The analyst should define the purpose of the valuation and premise of value. He must complete a financial analysis and economic and industry analysis, perform a site visit, and interview key players. After learning as much as possible about the store, the analyst must calculate a future benefit stream.


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