Business Valuation

Business Valuation

At Tobuz, we help businesses analyse their strength and weaknesses by determining their business value through business valuation, we aim to help companies, understand their current market value in case, if they were to exit at this point in time and thus take strategic decision related to the future of their business.

If you are an investor - Business valuation helps you know the value of the firm or enterprise in which you are planning to invest. Tobuz can help you get in touch with the right people or team which can competently evaluate the intrinsic worth of a business and give you a heads-up before you approach a business to negotiate and buy.


What is Business Valuation?

Valuation is a technique used to capture the true value of the business. Common approaches used in business valuation include Discounted Cash Flow (DCF), Trading Comparables, and Transaction Comparables method.


Why get a Business Valued?

Business Valuation is necessary for various purposes.

Sale of the business

Sale of the

Buying another business

Buying another

Raising funds from VC or IPO

Raising funds from

Issue of stock to employees

Issue of stock to

Taxation purposes


Liquidation of the company

Liquidation of
the company

Financial reporting


Litigation purposes


How to get your Business Valued?

There are three common approaches for valuing a business.


Discounted Cash Flow (DCF)

A method to estimate the fair value of a company/business based on future cash flows. The DCF analysis finds the present value of expected future cash flows using a discount rate. This discount rate used is the appropriate Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC) that reflects the risk of the cash flows.


Transactionading Comparables

At any given time, stock prices normally reflect all available information on a particular company and industry. Hence, trading companies provide the best estimate for valuing a similar company. Based on the average multiples such as P/E, EV/EBITDA, EV/Sales, P/B, etc. calculated for all the companies similar to the one being valued, the same is used to calculate its enterprise value.


Transaction Comparables

The method is widely used to value a company during an acquisition. Similar to the above methods, but the comparables consists of companies that have previously undergone a takeover. In takeovers, the buyer pays a control premium, hence the company is valued at a higher rate.

Tobuz Business Valuation Tool

To quickly estimate your company’s worth or another company which you are interested in investing,
go to our free online valuation tool.

For more detailed valuation report using all three methods –
trading comparables, transaction comparables, and discounted cash flow valuation, contact us.