Stewart Blizard, a Certified Practising Accountant with a rich history in Public Practice and the Financial Services Industry since 1991, specializes in assisting businesses within the $5-100 million turnover range. His diverse expertise spans multiple industries, including Mining services, Property & Construction, Education, Technology, Wholesale, Financial Services, Import/Export, Medical & Agribusiness.
Stewart, a seasoned professional, earned his Public Practice Certificate in June 2001 and completed his CPA qualification in 1995. His journey also includes becoming a Registered Tax Agent in May 1995.
As a Business Transition Specialist for Private Companies, Stewart’s specialties encompass Financial Reporting, Taxation, Business Advisory, and Personal Financial Planning. He is dedicated to providing Finance Solutions for High Net Worth clients.
Beyond his professional endeavors, Stewart is deeply involved in personal interests such as strategy, advisory boards, scaling up ventures, private equity, and changing demographics.
Born and raised on family farming properties north of Perth, Stewart attributes his long-term perspective to his agricultural background. Embarking on his accounting career in 1991, he climbed the ranks through two 2nd tier firms before joining the Insight Advisory Group in 1999.
Stewart’s client portfolio extends across various industries, including Agriculture, Mining, Engineering, Professional Services, Manufacturing, Property, Finance, Tech, Local Government, and Community Groups. With a genuine passion, unyielding drive, and authentic approach, Stewart tirelessly pursues optimal results for businesses of all sizes.
Stewart Blizard’s commitment to excellence and client success makes him a trusted professional in the financial and business advisory landscape.
If your business value gap analysis reveals a shortfall in business value then you will need to implement business strategies to improve your profit before you sell.
Knowing what your business value needs to reach means you can calculate your future profit, gross margin and sales targets.
Many business owners are emotionally attached to their business and the lifestyle that it affords and can put off the transition to new ownership for too long. Often we hear “if someone offers me a packet for it, we would go” but there are two questions that should be asked. Firstly how big a packet can you expect for the business and how much do you need for your retirement?
You have worked hard to make your business the very best it can be and now it is time to make sure you get rewarded for all that effort. The price that you achieve is impacted by many factors.
Make sure you put your business in the driver’s seat for the best price by securing a business succession plan now.
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