D-one Valuation platform employees 8 international methodologies that are best suited for businesses that are starting up , growing, or at maturity. While some methodologies are more suited for start-ups others are more used for growing and mature business as such, we have applied a weighted average matrix the best represents the business stage.
- Scorecard Valuation
- Checklist Valuation
- Stage Valuation
- Venture Capital Valuation
- Trading Comps
- Deal Comps
- DCF (Exit Multiple)
- DCF (LT Growth)
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Qualitative Valuation Methods
This method compares the target company to typical angel-funded startup ventures and adjusts the median and maximum valuation of recently funded companies in the region to establish a pre-money valuation of the target. Such comparisons can only be made for companies at the same stage of development, in this case, for prerevenue (or minimal revenue) startup ventures
We sourced our data for startups using CrunchBase one of the biggest data hubs for startups around the world.
Venture Capital method
The Venture Capital method is an often used in valuations of pre revenue companies where it is easier to estimate a potential exit value once certain milestones are reached. Usually the exit is within 3 to 7 years
The return on investment can be estimated by determining what return an investor could expect from that investment with the specific level of risk attached.
We sourced our data for startups using Capital IQ one of the biggest data hubs for companies’ data in the world.