How much is the value of your business today? Try using our Business Valuation Calculator!

EntrepZone.com has prepared a simple calculator for entrepreneurs to get a quick sense of how much their business could be worth. hether you're talking to investors, banks, or just curious to know, this feature aims to provide guidance in understanding how valuation of a business is typically derived.

There are various ways in valuing a business, but the most widely-used methods are income-based (as a multiple of sales, EBITDA, or net income) and asset-based (net asset value or assets less liabilities). valuation methods. Both will be used in the Biz Valuation Calculator.

Let's start!

Select valuation method:

Step 1

Step 3: Calculate the value of your business
Revenue-Based

Enter Full Year Sales Amount

Enter multiple or EV / EBITDA multiple
Notable Multiples
- GIC Special Investments acquired 11% of Century Pacific Food Inc. in 2015 at a valuation multiple of 1.4x EV / Sales
- Universal Robina Corporation acquired New Zealand-based Griffin's Foods Ltd. in 2014 at 4.1x EV / Sales
- Max's Fried Chicken acquired 100% of Pancake House Group in 2014 at 1.2x EV / Sales
- JG Summit acquired 27% of Meralco in 2013 at 0.8x EV / Sales

Enterprise Value
"Enterprise Value, or EV for short, is a measure of a company's total value calculated as equity value plus debt, minority interest and preferred shares, minus total cash.
EV can be thought of as the theoretical takeover price where in the event of a buyout, an acquirer would generally have to take on the company's debt, but would pocket its cash for itself"

(-)Debt
Includes all interest-bearing debt

(+)Cash
Cash in bank

Result

Equity Value
Equity value is the value of a company available to owners or shareholders. It is the enterprise value less all short-term debt, long-term debt and minority interests plus all cash and cash equivalents, short and long-term investment

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Step 3: Calculate the value of your business
EBITDA-Based

Enter Full Year EBITDA Amount
Earnings before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization (or Revenues less Direct Costs and Cash Expenses)
EBITDA vs. Net Income: In Finance, EBITDA is a more commonly used measure of financial performance because it doesn't consider the effects of interest expenses, taxes, and non-cash expenses such as depreciation. It is also considered a close estimate of a company's operating cash flow

Enter multiple or EV / EBITDA multiple
Notable Multiples
- GIC Special Investments acquired 11% of Century Pacific Food Inc. in 2015 at a valuation multiple of 12.1x EV / EBITDA
-Universal Robina Corporation acquired New Zealand-based Griffin's Foods Ltd. in 2014 at 24.4x EV / EBITDA
- Max's Fried Chicken acquired 100% of Pancake House Group in 2014 at 11.9x EV / EBITDA
- Royal FrieslandCampina N.V. acquired 92% of Alaska Milk Corporation at a valuation of 1.83x EV / Sales (based on 2011 sales)
- JG Summit acquired 27% of Meralco in 2013 at 8.8x EV / EBITDA

Enterprise Value
"Enterprise Value, or EV for short, is a measure of a company's total value calculated as equity value plus debt, minority interest and preferred shares, minus total cash.
EV can be thought of as the theoretical takeover price where in the event of a buyout, an acquirer would generally have to take on the company's debt, but would pocket its cash for itself"

(-)Debt
Includes all interest-bearing debt

(+)Cash
Cash in bank

Result:

Equity Value
Equity value is the value of a company available to owners or shareholders. It is the enterprise value less all short-term debt, long-term debt and minority interests plus all cash and cash equivalents, short and long-term investment

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Step 3: Calculate the value of your business
Net Income-Based

Enter Full Year Net Income Amount

Enter multiple or P / E (Price-to-Earnings) multiple
Notable Multiples
- GIC Special Investments acquired 11% of Century Pacific Food Inc. in 2015 at a valuation multiple of 18.1x P / E
- PLDT acquired 10% of Germany's Rocket Internet in 2014 at 19.1x P / E
- Max's Fried Chicken acquired 100% of Pancake House Group in 2014 at 23.6x P / E
- JG Summit acquired 27% of Meralco in 2013 at 14.7x P / E

Result

Equity Value
Equity value is the value of a company available to owners or shareholders. It is the enterprise value less all short-term debt, long-term debt and minority interests plus all cash and cash equivalents, short and long-term investments

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Step 2: Calculate the value of your business

Asset-Based

Total Assets

Total Liabilities

Total Shareholder's Equity

Apply (discount) / premium
e.g. -20 for 20% discount or 20 for 20% premium

Result

The equity value of your company is
Equity value is the value of a company available to owners or shareholders. It is the enterprise value less all short-term debt, long-term debt and minority interests plus all cash and cash equivalents, short and long-term investments

Equivalent Price to Book Value Multiple
Notable Multiples
- Cathay Life Insurance Co. acquired 20% of RCBC in 2015 at a valuation of 2.0x P / BV
- PG Holdings acquired 38% of Philippine Bank of Communications in 2014 at 4.0x P / BV
- GT Capital acquired 67% of Charter Ping An Insurance in 2013 at 1.7x P / BV
- Security Bank acquired Premiere Development Bank in 2012 at 1.6x P / BV

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DISCLAIMER: Reliance Restricted - for illustrative purposes only. The calculations are only some of the many valuation methods commonly used such as Discounted Cash Flow analysis. EntrepZone.com does not attest as to the accuracy of the above calculations. Business owners and investors must ensure they exercise careful analysis in making key business decisions such as buying or selling a business and must not rely solely on the above approaches. For inquiries, email us at info@entrepzone.com.