Valuation: Mirror mirror on the wall, what’s the value after all?

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Valuation: Mirror mirror on the wall, what’s the value after all?

41UCn46g1hL._SL500_AA300_Valuation is an art and a science.
To begin with, ideas are worth nothing. The value is in the execution!

In the for-profit sector, there are three ways to value a company:

1. Cost value (add all the costs that you have paid for)
2. Book value (value of equity at the current time), and
3. Market value (value a potential purchaser will pay). This last one is likely to have the highest value.

Value for causes or non-profit sector involves two different approaches:

1. Wide impact: lots of people, small improvement, or
2. Profound impact: few people, transformational.

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Alicia Castillo Holley is an international speaker and researcher on innovation, entrepreneurship, and venture capital.

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