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Valuation and financing of innovative projects

We invite you to the second training in the series of Eversheds for Innovation
Valuation and financing of innovative projects
We invite you to the second meeting in our new series of Eversheds for Innovation, targeted at start-ups, innovative companies and investors. On 10 May we will tell you, among other things, how much a start-up is worth, how to justify its valuation to the investor and what sources of funding to use to enable its development and how to maximise its value. The meeting will last from 9.00 till 10.30 and will take place at Wierzbowski Eversheds, Jasna 14/16A. Breakfast and registration starts from 8.30.
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Nearly 60 percent of Polish startups are financed from own resources, limiting their opportunities for development and propensity for innovation. Practical knowledge of various forms of financing and methodology for the valuation of companies in the stage of early development, not only helps in the selection of funding sources, but also in making business decisions by owners and investors.
 
The participants will have the opportunity to learn about, among others:

Methods of startups’ valuation, so you can estimate the market value of each company, even if it does not yet generate revenue or profits
Practical key to choose a valuation method that best reflects the value of the company and can be a starting point for discussions with potential investors
Examples of "step by step" startup valuation using three most popular methods
”Rule of thumb” in valuation used in practice by investors from venture capital funds
Guidelines for the preparation of financial projections - often necessary to start talks with potential investors
Key market data on, among others, sources of financing of young companies, expected rates of return for venture capital investors and likelihood of success of a new project
Possible sources of funding startups in Poland and practical advice on how to choose them
Influence of the manner of financing on  development and directions on the choice of funding sources, including the development plans of the company
 
The training will be conducted by: 

Ewa Szlachetka, Partner at Wierzbowski Eversheds, head of transactions practice, has extensive experience in advising in a start-up environment
Tomasz Regulski, Associate Director at KPMG and Jacek Komór, Associate at KPMG, dealing with, among others, valuations of start-ups and reviewing valuations of portfolio companies of private equity and venture capital funds

We will be pleased to welcome you.
Registration form (in Polish)

We invite you to the second meeting in our new series of Eversheds for Innovation, targeted at start-ups, innovative companies and investors. On 10 May we will tell you, among other things, how much a start-up is worth, how to justify its valuation to the investor and what sources of funding to use to enable its development and how to maximise its value. The meeting will last from 9.00 till 10.30 and will take place at Wierzbowski Eversheds, Jasna 14/16A. Breakfast and registration starts from 8.30.

Nearly 60 percent of Polish startups are financed from own resources, limiting their opportunities for development and propensity for innovation. Practical knowledge of various forms of financing and methodology for the valuation of companies in the stage of early development, not only helps in the selection of funding sources, but also in making business decisions by owners and investors.

The participants will have the opportunity to learn about, among others:

  • Methods of startups’ valuation, so you can estimate the market value of each company, even if it does not yet generate revenue or profits
  • Practical key to choose a valuation method that best reflects the value of the company and can be a starting point for discussions with potential investors
  • Examples of "step by step" startup valuation using three most popular methods
  • "Rule of thumb” in valuation used in practice by investors from venture capital funds
  • Guidelines for the preparation of financial projections - often necessary to start talks with potential investors
  • Key market data on, among others, sources of financing of young companies, expected rates of return for venture capital investors and likelihood of success of a new project
  • Possible sources of funding startups in Poland and practical advice on how to choose them
  • Influence of the manner of financing on  development and directions on the choice of funding sources, including the development plans of the company

The training will be conducted by: 

  • Ewa Szlachetka, Partner at Wierzbowski Eversheds, head of transactions practice, has extensive experience in advising in a start-up environment
  • Tomasz Regulski, Associate Director at KPMG and Jacek Komór, Associate at KPMG, dealing with, among others, valuations of start-ups and reviewing valuations of portfolio companies of private equity and venture capital funds

Registration form (in Polish)