9.1. Startup valuation and investment terms and conditions


Your startup is growing, you see great opportunities in the future. To move forward you need additional financial resources. You decide to invite investors to your enterprise.  

Let's imagine that you managed to draw their interest, and you have to negotiate the terms of funding. They send you a document, you open it and find a number of points, the meaning of which you do not understand, or it seems to you that some conditions are not significant, or that the probability of the occurrence of the events described in these conditions is extremely low. And there is a great temptation not to go into this document too much. 

In fact, these conditions determine not only the future of your company, but your personal future as well. 

This section you will learn the main categories and terms of of the investment agreement.

You will learn:

  • What is a company valuation before and after investment.
  • How to determine the shares of startup participants in a full dilution.
  • Find out what investment tools exist.
  • Gain an understanding of the rights of preferred investors.

In your practical assignment, you will calculate the investment and ownership structure of your startup with a full dilution before the and after the investment.

In order to watch lectures and get access to the practical part, you need to purchase the course

Course Features

  • Lectures 4
  • Quizzes 3
  • Duration 14 дней
  • Level all levels
  • Language Russian, English
  • Students 21
  • Assessments Yes
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Founder of Startup Navigator. Marina has held various management positions in international US and European companies, including Hewlett Packard, Oracle, Philips Lighting. She has experience in leadership during periods of acquisitions, mergers and divisions of companies. She founded the Aquamarine Book publishing house. As a publisher, she translated into Russian and released a number of bestsellers in the field of business, high technology and psychology in the period 2008-2011, including “What would Google do”, “Being a boss is normal”, “All about distribution”, “Health of a business leader. How to get to the top and stay there”, “Adventures of an IT leader”, “Management myths”, “Dot.Cloud: cloud computing – a business platform of the 21st century” Has a PhD in Economics

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