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Im not sure if i understood your question, but here i go: There are a few metrics that can be used (typically thought at MBA programs) but obviously accessible to leveraged investors through advisors and or legal aids. These metrics give an idea on value based on marketable assets, capital inv...

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To speak I do not have contacts in the Industry. Saying this I would have a suggestion The subject of Revenue Valuations has five main principles Through having a very imminent finances to overcome debt. Then trying to find a solution to just capable ways of under following through preparatory su...

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Great at the age of 22. Your concepts is really nice and extraordinary, it might you face a lot of compositors already but still you do your revolution your way. --------------------------- About value of startup. If your are calculating your startup >> Investment is the 1st part + Estimated yr...

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After shepherding 300 equity crowdfunding raises through our platform I'd say all of them have a higher valuation. Reason is it is the entrepreneur that is calling the shots. It is the entrepreneurs offer on their terms on an equity crowdfunding platform. Once you get outside investors involved...

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The first question cannot be answered as asked. The starting point is agreement on how the investors are to get their money back. Neither you nor your attorney should attempt to value the business. Who you turn to depends on the business itself. There are norms available even for pre-revenue f...

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There is no valuation until you sell something. An idea or a company is only worth what its sales are. Once you have your initials sales, sales strategy and forecasting length (ie 9 months from first customer lead to close) then you have a formula for valuation. Valuation for start-ups is gene...

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In short, someone was willing to pay $16bn, therefore it's worth $16bn. Trying to tie intrinsic value to private companies is tough, and doesn't follow a logical path. If you look at Facebook's angle, it becomes pretty clear: When you have 1 billion users, but still want to grow, you have to pa...

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Hmm .. Interesting that you say your sector isn't being addressed. Wonder why ... But if so, then that's an opportunity. I've spent the past 4 years specializing in probably THE hardest market for making accurate appraisals: the domain name industry. For me as an engineer, that has meant crunc...

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To answer your questions: 1) Mobile companies at your stage usually raise angel funding at a valuation equivalent of $5,000,000 for US based companies and $4,000,000 to $4,500,000 for Canadian companies. 2) The valuation is a function of how much you raise against that valuation. For instance, s...

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Since no one has actually answered your question, let me try and give you some specific guidance: The "fair" range would probably land between $5m-$15m pre-money. For the low-end ($5-6m) to be fair, you'd be in a tiny (measured by total addressable market) with slow growth on that $2m as mea...

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