2 Day Course: Valuation of Emerging Companies - ResearchAndMarkets.com

August 10, 2018

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug 10, 2018--The “Valuation of Emerging Companies” conference has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The problem with applying traditional financial metrics -such as return-on-assets, net profit margins and price-to-earnings ratios- to emerging companies is that they have no earnings (quite often, no revenues either) to be factored into such ratios. Emerging company analysts live in a world without historical performance and comparables. It is an opaque world as the subject companies are typically not required to disclose any information. It is a solitary world as the emerging company analyst is often the only investor taking a serious look at the subject company.

The path to discovering the most promising early-stage companies is littered with broken business models, ill-timed commercialization strategies, severe underestimation of competition and hallucinatory managerial expectations. To overcome these challenges, the emerging company analyst must be able to assess management, scrutinize business models, size addressable markets, gauge competitive environments, determine the potential of technologies, and understand how capital structure will impact shareholder returns.

Whether you are interested in investing in angel- or venture-backed companies; micro- to small-cap public companies; firms traded on secondary markets; or, businesses raising capital through crowdfunding, this course is designed to provide you with actionable analytical skills.


Emerging Company Due Diligence

Market Sizing and Pain Point Analysis Management Assessment Compound Risks Suitability of Name Customer Engagement Sales Cycle Analysis Interest Alignment (Investors, Boards and Management)

Competitive Intelligence

PreInterview Due Diligence Where to Conduct Interviews Bracketing Responses Elicitation Strategies Detecting Deception Secondary Sources

Valuation Methodologies

Cost Method Market Method Income Method Breaking Costs of Capital Analysis Decision Trees Probability Weighted Expected Return Method Conventional Venture Capital Method First Chicago Method Monte Carlo Analysis Binomial Lattices

Financial Analysis

Common Size Analysis Revenue Recognition Customer Acquisition Costs Lifetime Customer Value Revenue at Risk Insider Transactions Contingent Liabilities Excess vs. Operating Cash Viability Ratios

Venture Capital Financing Issues

Convertible Debt Options Pools Liquidation Preferences TagAlong Rights DragAlong Rights Redemption Rights AntiDilution Issues Vesting Issues Cliffs, Acceleration, and Triggers Cashless Exercise

Business Model Validation

Analog and Antilog Analysis Adoption Chain Risk Scale and Compressibility Model Portability Custom Migration Paths and Attrition Supply Chain Risks

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