How to Value your Business for Funding
Time & Date
Wednesday 17 June 2020
Starting 18:30 at:Zoom Webinar
Duncan Di Biase
About our workshops:
Our evening workshops are a great way to focus on a particular area of your food business. Super specific and super intimate, these workshops have limited places so that our industry experts can really hone in on the issues you’re facing and give you the support you need to get your business where it deserves to be.
About this session – How to Write a Funding Pitch Deck:
- Why it’s important to get the right valuation.
- How to value your food & drink business even at an early stage.
- Why financials aren’t the only important considerations.
- Inside look at comparable valuations of food & drink businesses at a similar stage.
- When you should negotiate on valuation and how to do it.
As part of this workshop Raising Partner will use one company (who purchases a ticket before Wednesday 3rd of June and can provide a a 5 year financial forecast) as a case study and will value that business. The valuation will be presented to the workshop.
Who should come:
This workshop is for F&B businesses that are looking to raise investment to take their business to the next level, and need to understand how they should value their business, and how they can justify that valuation.
About the speakers – Duncan Di Biase & Helena Murphy, Raising Partners:
Duncan and Helena have overseen 27 successful raises through Raising Partners over the last 2 years, raising £25.6m. Using Angel Investors, Venture Capital firms, Crowdfunding or, most typically, a combination of these, they have raised between £150k and £3M for each business. As an example in the the summer of 2018 they raised £550,000 (157% of the targeted amount) for Loch Lomond Brewery through a combination of High Net Worth Individuals, angel investors, their customers and the crowd. Helena has a strong entrepreneurial background having founded a number of successful businesses herself.