Ever wondered how small companies, start-ups or firms that have not yet generated a profit achieve million-dollar valuations?
What we will cover
Valuing corporations is considered art rather than science with many of the assumptions on the value drivers depending on the team in charge of the valuation exercise! Despite the large amount of uncertainty in any valuation process, complexity skyrockets if we are trying to price small companies, start-ups or simply firms that have never generated profit. This session will cover how financial actors, including investment banks, help “losing-money companies” achieve million-dollar (or billion) valuations!
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|In-person||Friday 20 November at 11:00 - 12:30|
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