Atlanta Tech Village
3423 Piedmont Rd NE
Atlanta, GA 30305
6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2013
Sales | Retail
“How much is your startup worth?”A fireside chat with Burton Goldfield, President & CEO, TriNet Moderated by John Yates, Partner, Morris, Manning & Martin Have you ever wondered:How does a startup determine its valuation?How does an early stage investor value a startup? How can I increase my startups valuation relative to comparable startups? Join the entrepreneurial and tech community for a dialogue on startup valuation. While there’s no exact way to determine valuation, this discussion will unveil factors investors and VCs analyze. You might find a few surprising elements that come into consideration.
About Burton: Since joining TriNet in 2008, Burton Goldfield has provided the leadership to drive the addition of 22 new products and services. He more than doubled revenue, to almost $200M by the close of 2010, and has invested heavily in the company’s SaaS technology platform. In 2009, despite the difficult economic times, Burton raised $80M to acquire a larger, public competitor. Burton has 25 years of experience directing corporate strategy and operations for leading software companies Hyperion, IBM, Rational, and Ketera. He received a bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering from Syracuse University and an MBA from Villanova University. About John: John C. Yates is the partner-in-charge of the Technology Practice at Morris, Manning & Martin law firm. Mr. Yates is one of the pioneers of the technology law field and has been practicing exclusively in this area for over 30 years. The firm’s technology practice has represented hundreds of technology companies and provides legal services in such areas as IPOs, mergers and acquisitions, patent prosecution, Internet law, biotech and medical devices, ecommerce/distribution, corporate finance and venture capital, international law and dispute resolution. Mr. Yates is also a member of the firm’s IndUS Group, Data Center Law Group and Mobile Law & Compliance Group.
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