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26. Venture Finance, Part 2

Stanford2012-05-17
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The video delves into venture finance deal structures, emphasizing the importance of determining ownership percentage, return expectations, and post-money valuation. It explores calculating VC investment valuation over time, equity division among founders, and the impact of venture capital on startup valuation. Additionally, it discusses stages of an IPO, company valuation, and equity ownership trade-offs. Overall, the video provides insights into the economics of VC firms, pitching, and raising money from venture capitalists.

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Discussion on deal structures in venture finance and key questions for entrepreneurs and investors.
00:16
Importance of determining the percentage of company ownership for investors and special terms to mitigate risks.
Example of Randy evaluating Roma's startup investment, focusing on return expectations and post-money valuation.
Emphasis on understanding the current valuation of the company and the amount of funding needed to determine ownership percentage.
Calculating the valuation of a VC investment in year 5 with a 50% annual return.
03:21
Explaining the formula for determining the startup's valuation in year 5 and the VC firm's share today.
Covering pre-money and post-money valuations, including dividing equity among founders and bringing in a CEO.
Emphasizing the importance of understanding valuation in multiple funding stages and its impact on equity ownership.
Impact of additional shares on startup valuation and ownership distribution.
07:48
Startup creates additional shares to raise venture capital, increasing total shares to five million.
Total valuation rises to fifty thousand, with each share valued at a penny.
Venture capital firm invests five million dollars, creating an additional five million shares for a total of ten million shares.
Value of each share increases to a dollar, resulting in each founder owning 10% of the company.
Overview of IPO stages and company valuation.
10:44
Companies generate shares for sale to the public and calculate company valuation.
Trade-off of equity ownership for resources needed for growth.
Factors influencing market cap and valuation including net income, price to earnings ratio, share price, and sales.
Preview of next video focusing on economics of VC firms, structuring, pitching, and raising money from venture capitalists.