Modelling startup investments

Summary

Valuation models for fast-growth, early-stage companies require a different approach to established, stable businesses. In this course you’ll learn how to build a valuation model for a fictional startup which is seeking investment. This will give you a great insight into the mind of a startup CEO, as she attempts to structure the optimal deal from a savvy investor.  Created & customized for Chartered Accountants Ireland by kubicle.com

Venue details:  
Online, ,
Start date & time:  
03 December 2018 00:00
End date & time:  
01 January 2020 00:00
Price: €75.00  (€75.00 Member price)
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Training ticket cost:  
3.00
CPD hours:  
3.00
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Description

Product type:  
CPD online course
Category:  
Information technology

Who Should Attend?

This course is suitable for advanced learners who are very familiar with writing formulas and performing analysis in Microsoft Excel. It is best suited to accountants, management consultants, analysts and other business professionals.

Course Overview

This Kubicle course contains 16 lessons, 3 exercises and 1 Exam. It covers the following topics:

  • Introducing the TrackerTime Case
  • Valuing a Business with Zero Cash Flow
  • Purchasing a Minority Stake in a Business
  • Revenue Projections
  • Expense Projections
  • Projecting the Balance Sheet
  • Completing the 3-Statement Financial Projections
  • Insights from Financial Projections
  • Calculating Entrepreneur Returns
  • Calculating Investor Returns

Key Outcomes

Once you have completed this course you will know how venture capitalists structure their investments in startups. You will understand how to project future startup performance. You will learn the tradeoffs that entrepreneurs must make when taking on investment. And lastly, you will know how to build a detailed startup valuation model to help early stage investors and entrepreneurs make better financial decisions.