This note is the issue of valuation in the venture capital setting. There are methods in practice most often for arriving at the valuation. Because valuation methods may result in different results, this note looks at the valuation from many different angles. The text is directed critical questions such as: What is the value of the business should rely on his / her company was the first to raise capital? What should the venture capitalist (VC) to pay to invest in the company? What is th … Read more »

This note is the issue of valuation in the venture capital setting. There are methods in practice most often for arriving at the valuation. Because valuation methods may result in different results, this note looks at the valuation from many different angles. The text is directed critical questions such as: What is the value of the business should rely on his / her company was the first to raise capital? What should the venture capitalist (VC) to pay to invest in the company? What is the appropriate evaluation for subsequent rounds of financing? What is the right level at which to terminate the investment?
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Release Date: 23 March 2009. Prod #: 909N09-PDF-ENG
Note for Venture Capital Valuation HBR case solution