1. These assumptions relate to the venture capital valuation method. This method uses the NPV to determine the value of post-money valuation as well as that of pre-money valuation.
V= $80 million
the pre-money valuation will be as follows
2. In this case, the post-money valuation will be:
If the second round required $ 3 million, it means the first round would raise $ 3 million. The pre-money valuation would be as follows:
If the company raised $6 million upfront with no subsequent financing, the pre-money valuation would be as follows:
3. If the company used a 45% discount rate, the implicit valuation would be as follows:
4. If they believed in the