In This Issue
Week of 09/03/2018
Vol. 23 Issue 29
Special Letter: The Great (Country) Race: Company Business Models and Country Gdp – Opportunity or Threat?
- The Revenue Multiplier Framework
- Investigating the Relationship Between Revenue Multiplier and GDP
- What It Will Take to Win The Great (Country) Race
- About Bill Ribaudo
Publisher’s Note: From presidents and policy makers to entrepreneurs and venture capitalists, many leaders today assume the old rules of business and its valuation rewards are instinctive, ineffable, and remain as valid today as they were a generation or two ago in “innovation time.”
Bill Ribaudo, through his ongoing research into how the markets have valued different business models, has proven this to be far from true. More important, he has provided detailed guidance to all of these interested parties, from traditional F50 CEOs to startup entrepreneurs, on how to move their valuation models upstream by factors approaching 8x over classical models.
While everyone may still assume that customer demand and satisfaction remain primary drivers of business success, Bill and his team have moved the theory into the 21st century, showing the impacts of technology created, IP value and protection, and network effects, on how the markets see companies, and how we all should see country GDPs.
In this Special Letter, Bill and his team move further forward in explaining the benefits of paying close attention to the effect of these tech-related operators on valuation. Whether you are an investor, a CEO, or an inventor, you will want to read this week’s issue in order to understand where to put your money, how to manage your company, or which type of product to build next. – mra.