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Founder's Pocket App: Startup Valuation

For many early-stage entrepreneurs mastering the calculations around the startup valuation topic causes uncertainty and fear

For many early-stage entrepreneurs mastering the calculations around the startup valuation topic causes uncertainty and fear

Founder's Pocket App: Startup Valuation

by 1x1 Media
Founder's Pocket App: Startup Valuation
Founder's Pocket App: Startup Valuation
Founder's Pocket App: Startup Valuation

What is it about?

For many early-stage entrepreneurs mastering the calculations around the startup valuation topic causes uncertainty and fear.

Founder's Pocket App: Startup Valuation

App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
NA
Size
14Mb
Genre
Business Finance
Last updated
September 27, 2015
Release date
September 26, 2015
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App Store Description

For many early-stage entrepreneurs mastering the calculations around the startup valuation topic causes uncertainty and fear.

This app helps startup founders talk confidently with investors, providing a quick reference to all of the key calculations for early-stage startup valuation discussions.

Using the Founder’s Pocket App: Startup Valuation, startup founders learn:

- How fundraising math is simplified with The Basic Valuation Equation.
- How to calculate an Investor’s Equity Percentage based on pre-money valuation and the investment amount.
- How to calculate your Implied Valuation based on raise amount and dilution percentage.
- How to calculate founders Implied Dilution Percentage.
- Double-check your math with the Raise Amount Sanity Check.
- What your True Pre-Money Valuation is and how it impacts your funding deal.
- How founder equity splits and investor equity ownership plays out in a Cap Table View.
- How to use the Valuation Cheat Sheet to size up an investment deal.