Business Planning




“What does your company value in the current market scenario?” This is one of the most crucial questions that is discussed at the round table between the investor and the promoter of a startup. The answer to this question determines what is the value that the investor will offer a specific percentage of stakes in the company. 

When it comes to Business Valuation it is often considered as the dark horse among the investment community- very little is known about it but it has the potential to turn the whole investment cycle into the winning direction for the promoter.

As quoted by Warren Buffet “Managers and investors alike must understand that accounting numbers are the beginning, not the end, of business valuation”. Business valuation is a process that starts by looking at the current financial situation and ends with an estimated value of the business justifiable by the industry trends, company metrics, and forecasted indicators. 

StartupMinds is one of the leading players in terms of negotiating its estimated valuation figure. The company has ample experience in the field of valuation and has consulted abundant Startups, SMEs and Blue-chip companies. During our term of existence, we have faced a plethora of complex situations. We have managed to come on top of them and deliver the best in class services. 

StartupMinds understands the promoter’s needs first and then suggests which valuation method is apt for fulfilling those needs. 




The need for valuation may arise due to:

  • Fundraising needs

  • Strategic decision making

  • Restructuring

  • Mergers and Acquisitions

StartupMinds meets this requirement with utmost precision and accuracy.

StartupMinds employs a dedicated and knowledgeable team with each team member adding value in terms of industry, product and geopolitical awareness. Our team possesses abundant experience and knowledge to fulfill any need or demand of our Clients.

Our team crosses the following Complexities and arrives at a reasonable value for your venture:

  • Unavailability of data

  • Forecasting and assumption errors

  • Inability to capture the ever-changing industry norms  

  • Other regulatory norms