This video on valuing early stage companies presents the four-step process that VC firms use to determine the percentage of equity ownership they require to make a Series A investment in an early stage company. The video walks step-by-step through a hypothetical example for the company UltraTech, Inc.
This video illustrates a six-step process for ensuring that venture capitalists maintain their equity ownership through subsequent round B and round C investments. Using the fictitious company UltraTech, Inc., venture capitalists calculate the required increase in their original equity ownership to prevent dilution through subsequent investments.
This video discusses how venture capitalists arrive at an exit terminal value for an investment in an early stage company. A reasonable terminal value is established using a liquidity-adjusted PE ratio and EBITDA multiple for the fictitious company UltraTech, Inc.
This video illustrates the different assumptions used with regard to cash flows between the VC method of valuing an early stage company and the NPV method of valuing an early stage company. Using NPV to value the fictitious company UltraTech, Inc., net cash flows are discounted to account for the risk of failure.
This video introduces the net present value (NPV) method as a technique for valuing a privately held company. This video estimates the value of a fictitious company, UltraTech, Inc., using NPV. This video also compares how the cost of capital is used to discount risk using both the NPV method and the VC method, and what accounts for the difference.
This video introduces the "Valuing Early Stage Companies" video series. This series consists of seven videos, each about six minutes in length, that primarily focus on the differences between the venture capital (VC) method of valuation and the net present value (NPV) method of valuation. In addition, this introduction presents an overview of the role that VC firms can play in providing capital to
Using the adjusted equity share, venture capitalists calculate the share price after dilution of round B and round C for the early stage investment into the fictitious company UltraTech, Inc.
This video on valuing early stage companies presents how the venture capitalists calculate the share price for the Series A round of investment. The hypothetical company UltraTech, Inc., is used to calculate and confirm the share price used in the VC investment.
Every organization and its managers face challenges when they create opportunities to talk about and train values-driven leadership in the workplace. This video summarizes the five most common challenges and the ways in which GVV helps to overcome them.