To find out how to value a companyFirstly, one must be aware that value has a subjective character, i.e. the value will be higher or lower depending on who is valuing. However, price, unlike value, is a purely objective concept as it is the amount for which a transaction is carried out. This seemingly clear definition is often the source of conflict between the participants in, for example, a company sale and purchase transaction.
At Baker Tilly we know first-hand that there are often entrepreneurs who are considering the sale of their company, but are faced with questions such as: What is the best way to do this?
In this webinar on how to value a company, we will answer fundamental questions from Diego Gutierrez y Cristina Salmonprofessionals who are experts in the valuation of companies in the technology sector.
Sign up to learn about the keys to success in the valuation of a company from two great professionals from Baker Tilly GDA specialising in the technology sector.
Diego Gutiérrez Zarza, partner at Baker Tilly. Diego is specialised in business development and growth processes for SMEs: innovation, mergers and acquisitions, partnerships, integration, etc. With a special focus on finding alternative financing such as private equity, venture capital, corporate acquirers, family office, business angel or crowdfunding. It has experience in more than 20 deals, leveraging funds of more than €50MM.
Cristina Salmón Sobremazas, Chief Analyst at Baker Tilly Global Deal Advisory. Graduated in Economics and specialised in Economic Analysis, Econometrics and Quantitative Economics (UPV), Cristina is part of Baker Tilly's team of M&A analysts focused on the technology sector. She has extensive experience in Corporate Finance and company valuation, applying statistical models for company customisation.
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