Join this fireside chat with the President and CEO of TriNet, Burton Goldfield and the Co-Founder and Managing Director of Galvanize to discuss how much your start up is worth. How Much Is Your Startup Worth?
A fireside chat with Burton Goldfield, President & CEO, TriNet
Moderated by Chris Onan, CO-Founder and Managing Director, Galvanize
Join the Colorado entrepreneurial and tech community for an interactive dialogue on startup valuations and acquisitions.
Burton Goldfield, TriNet President & CEO, will discuss factors investors analyze to determine valuation, as well as provide a behind the scenes look at some of TriNet’s most recent acquisitions, including ExpenseCloud, an expense management startup.
Here’s what to expect during the talk:
How does a startup determine its valuation?
How does an early stage investor value a startup?
What are some things a startup can do to make itself an attractive target for acquisition?
How should a startup identify potential strategic acquirers?
What are some guidelines to navigate the negotiation process?
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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.
Chris has over a decade of venture capital experience and enjoys the challenges and rewards of helping early stage entrepreneurs navigate their companies to growth. Chris leads direct investments and gSchool for Galvanize. Prior to joining Galvanize, Chris was a partner with Appian Ventures. Chris is also an investor in Closely, Inc. and Bullet Time Ventures. Chris is a current member and the former President and Chairman of the Rocky Mountain Venture Capital Association; and is a co-founder of the Associates Board of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado. He is also Northwestern University's alumni admissions council leader for Colorado. Originally from Minnesota, Chris received a B.A. in Economics from Northwestern University, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa.
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