#FinanceFridays Webinar: Best Practices in Company Valuation for Startups and SMEs

April 3, 2020 at 9:00 am
Till: April 3, 2020 at 12:00 pm
Zoon Video Communication Platform Webinar

#FinanceFridays Webinar on April 3, 2020, with Constantin Salameh.

Berytech organizes #FinanceFridays – a program which aims to offer an opportunity to startups and SMEs for getting investment-ready, identifying the right channels of funding, and raising funds.

For this session, Constantin Salameh, Berytech Senior Coach and Investment Advisor, will present the different valuation methodologies used by Business Angels and VC/PE Funds in Lebanon.

The session will explain the following:

  • Why do we value a company?
  • Who values a company?
  • What are the valuation methodologies?
  • What are the key learnings from the valuation process?

Date: Friday, April 3, 2020
Time: 9:00am to 12:00pm
Price: Free of Charge
To receive the Zoom Meeting ID, a day before the session, make sure to register below.

About the Presenter

Constantin Salameh is Senior Coach and Investment Advisor with Berytech, providing financial and management advisory services to several companies in Lebanon. He has a 35-year track record in funding, developing and transforming corporations, SMEs and startups across the world.

He was previously CEO of HP Financial Services in EMEA and Asia Pacific and the CEO of global investment groups such as Safinvest, AMS Group and Al-Ghurair Investments. He joined Stanford’s Graduate School of Business SEED Program in 2015 and provides advisory services to social SMEs in both East and West Africa. He has invested in several high potential and high social impact startups and SMEs in Africa, Lebanon and Europe, while providing them with mentoring, advisory and coaching services to scale effectively with a solid governance foundation. He sits on the board of more than 15 companies – active in the EMEA region in the healthcare, technology, renewable energy, FMCG, pharmaceuticals and FinTech sectors.

Constantin holds engineering degrees from King’s College London and MIT, together with an MBA from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business with a focus on international finance.