– Analysis and Valuation of Young and Innovative Business Models –
Wednesday, 15. November 2023 I 14:00 – 16:15 (CET)
- this live web seminar will be held in English language
In this web seminar participants will get familiar with necessary analytical steps, common techniques and approaches to the valuation of start-up companies and innovative business models. Several practical examples and cases complement the presentation..
Who Should Attend: This web seminar is ideal for the business valuation professionals, Certified Valuation Analysts, investors, corporate finance consultants, controllers, analysts etc.
How You Will Benefit: After completing this web seminar you will be able to apply proper fundamental analysis techniques to different start-up cases, to approach the valuation problem by use of appropriate techniques and to deal with the often huge uncertainty that exists in early stage business models.
Valuation of innovative business ideas has become more and more relevant in recent years. Digitalisation, big data and new technological advances have not only led to a rise in new business ventures but also triggered many of the old brick-and-mortar companies to reinvent themselves. For valuation expert the challenges are usually quite high: such valuation cases usually show no history, no visibility and no good comparable situations.
In this web seminar you will get a deeper insight into necessary analytical steps, common techniques and approaches to the valuation of start-up companies and innovative business models, in order to prepare the valuation expert for such situations.
- Basics of Analysing Start-Up Companies
- Specific Challenges in Understanding young business models (drivers, failures)
- Approaching data-driven businesses
- Valuation techniques, approaches and special cases
- Typical pitfalls in valuing start-up companies
- Discussion (your questions to the speaker)
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Matthias Meitner, CFA
- Managing Partner at VALUESQUE
- Professor for Finance, Accounting & Business Valuation, International School of Management (ISM) in Munich, Germany
- Chair of the Centre for Business Values, International School of Management (ISM)
- Heading the Expert Network „Equity Valuation and Analysis“ of the CFA Society Germany
- Member of the Capital Market Advisory Committee (CMAC) of the IFRS Foundation
- Member of the EU-linked European Financial Reporting Advisory Group (EFRAG) User Panel
- € 120 (€ 142,80 incl. 19% VAT) for EACVA members
- € 145 (€ 172,55 incl. 19% VAT) for employees/colleagues of EACVA members
- € 195 (€ 232,05 incl. 19% VAT) for guests
Registration fee includes the web seminar materials in PDF format. After the web seminar you will receive a certificate of attendance.
Conditions of Participation:
- You will receive an e-mail with login information and the materials (presentation) for the web seminar one day prior to the seminar date.
- Invoice and payment information will be sent by e-mail.
- Certificate of attendance: Will be issued after the web seminar. You must respond to all poll questions displayed intermittently throughout the web seminar to the certificate of attendance.
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- You can use your micro for topic related questions to the presenter or the chat box for all other questions/help requests directed to the online producer.
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