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Fast and Reliable Business Valuations Brisbane

We specialise in business valuations Australia wide, including business valuations Brisbane and Queensland.

Business valuation methods don't change whether it is in Brisbane, Melbourne or anywhere else.  However, SMEs can be more susceptible to local and regional trends.  Having resources familiar with the Brisbane region becomes important in knowing what local trends impact business valuations and what is required in getting the business valuations in Brisbane or Queensland right.


Queensland has recorded the highest GSP growth rates of all the Eastern states, driven by investment in industry, resources and energy production.​

The state has a higher ​reliance on Resources (mining), representing 8% of state sales and service income, as well as Agri-business and tourism.  The state is well recognised as a retirement and holiday destination, which is tempered with a much higher exposure to high-risk weather events such as cyclones, floods as well as drought in regional areas.

Most business valuations can be completed remotely, delivering a fast and cost-effective solution to your business valuation needs.  We can deliver local face to face in-depth independent business valuation reports that are backed up with our remote resources.

We have competed business valuations in Brisbane and Queensland for all reasons including:

  • Selling a business

  • Buying a business

  • Restructuring a business

  • New or existing investment partners

  • Commercial disputes

  • Divorce or family law related matters.

Key Issues That Impact Business Valuations Brisbane

Whilst the business valuations theory remains the same around the world, every area and city has particular issues and trends that will impact our assessment.  We ensure we take these issues into account with a key step of our business valuations process including researching the local or regional issues, and understand how these impact business valuations.

Some of the key issues that may need to be considered in business valuations Brisbane and Queensland include:

  • Largest state population providing significant markets and economies of scale to SMEs.

  • Demographic trends such as extent of new cultures within local communities, socio-economic impacts on product and service trends and local tourism demand.

  • Local planning issues that may influence regulatory costs or compliance requirements.

  • New infrastructure projects that may impact such things as employment trends, demand for construction services, interruptions to business and expected future benefits.

Get an experienced team to deliver your business valuation Brisbane to get the best result.

Business Valuations in Regional Queensland

Regional issues can have a major impact on business valuations, as often the markets are impacted by local geography and population size and trends.  The extent of local industries and demographic trends can often influence the size and profitability of SMEs, and hence impact business valuations.

Some of the relevant issues for regional Queensland can include:

  • Higher level of agri-business and resources-based industries.

  • Regional areas can cover large areas and distances that impact travel times, freight costs and the nature of industries and business attracted to the area.

  • Lower population sizes and population growth rates than NSW and Victoria.

  • Local land and real estate pricing.

  • Reliance on of domestic and international tourism and number of tourists to the region.

  • Increase prevalence of major weather events such as cyclones and torrential downpours, impact of drought and climate change.

  • Infrastructure support such as road and rail access.

  • Access to services to and from the region such as transport, communications and labour.

  • Access to suitable skills such as marketing, technology, business management and export support.

We have broad business valuations experience related to businesses that are typical of regional Queensland.

Key Brisbane and Queensland Statistics

  • GSP growth rate of 3.4%, driven by expansion in Construction (5.0%), Electricity, Gas and Water Supply (8.6%) and Health Care and Social Assistance (5.5%). 

  • Construction growth reflected increased private investment in non-dwelling construction, especially in the Resources sector and Energy supply.  Engineering services supported this construction activity as werll as growth in Professional, Scientific and Technical Services (4.5%).  Health Care and Social Assistance industry exceeded national growth for this industry, as underlying growth was amplified with new facilities coming online. 

  • Electricity, Gas and Water Supply in QLD recorded the strongest growth in nine years as electricity production increased to meet demand from southern states.   Transport, Postal and Warehousing also exceeded national growth as Rail Transport supported increased Coal Mining activity. 

  • These industries account for 62% of total sales and service and service income.

GSP: Gross State Product

GVA: Gross Value Added

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Our Recent Business Valuations Brisbane Experience

Some of the business valuations that we have completed that are particular or unique to Brisbane and Queensland include:

  • Electronics and hardware retail in regional Queensland.

  • Regulatory and compliance consulting to pharmaceuticals business valuations.

  • Social media marketing business valuations.

  • Fire alarm testing business valuations in Northern Queensland.

  • Engineering business valuations in Brisbane.

  • Mobile computer repair franchise business valuations.

  • Multiple optical outlets business valuations.

More details of our extensive industry business valuations experience can be found here.

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