Valuation – How to Assess Funding Options as a Start-up

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Finally, investors have caught on to your concept, your company and your vision, and you’re now at the point where you have investment options on the table. You feel like you’ve arrived, but now what? How do you decide? What factors should you take into consideration? Valuation is the first thing you’ll look at and consider, but Fenwick corporate partner Michael Esquivel encourages you to look deeper into the partnership you’re forming and take other deal terms into consideration.

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