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Copyright valuation
[September 18, 2016 – 04:33 pm]
Copyright valuation

Copyright valuation generally depends on the value of future revenue attached to the copyright. This future copyright value is then discounted using the discounted cash flow methodology (DCF) to arrive at the present value of those cash flows. Each type of copyright has key sensitivities to consider such as the duration of the copyright and the expected lifetime of its creator. Another key consideration during copyright valuation is what drives the value of the copyright. For instance, a living musician generally supports their back catalogue of recordings through personal appearances…

Selling non-physical assets
[September 12, 2016 – 04:23 pm]
Selling non-physical assets

In business, many roles are involved like manufacturing, distribution, physical sales; call centre will need physical and non-physical assets to run the business successfully. The practice of picking up the right equipment for a particular job, maintaining it for as long as possible and replacing it in a well-organised way, without many issues to handle is a key task for management. But now you don’t have to worry about your assets from now on Asset management software is a great help by maintaining a record of all the assets you want to monitor or you own. It holds details…

Service company valuation
[September 10, 2016 – 04:22 pm]
Service company valuation

This is another installment of our periodic analysis of public SaaS company valuation trends.  The data is sourced from the excellent data collection and analysis provider by the Software Equity Group – check out their complete set of free research reports here. Some interesting takeaways from the data: Out of 24 software categories, pure play SaaS companies are the third most valuable from an Enterprise Value/Revenue multiple, second most valuable from an EV/EBITDA multiple perspective. The pure play SaaS category had the strongest year over year revenue growth of any software…

Intellectual company valuation
[September 8, 2016 – 04:17 pm]
Intellectual company valuation

Any time you’re considering making a change to your business, such as a merger, sale or acquisition, it’s important to have a complete valuation conducted on every aspect of your business.  In recent years, it’s become more popular to consider not only all of the tangible assets of a business that you can see, but the intangible assets that you can’t as well, also known as intellectual property .  Most business valuation firms will include this type of appraisal in its valuation for free, as a form of goodwill valuation. Intangible assets or intellectual property of a business…

Know-how valuation
[August 25, 2016 – 03:58 pm]
Know-how valuation

How do I value my business to sell? Most business owners believe they have a rough idea of the value of their business. They talk with other business colleagues or their accountant, attorney or other professional advisor and think their view is solid about the value of their business. They also listen to conversations from business owners that have sold their business and think they have it about right. Unfortunately, without exception, I am yet to speak with a current business owner that has an idea on the value of their business grounded in reality. Some of the arguments I…

How to buy non-physical assets?
[August 23, 2016 – 03:55 pm]
How to buy non-physical assets?

Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP New York London Charlotte Washington Houston Beijing Hong Kong Brussels Cadwalader International Practice Law Blog Blog Disclaimer New York Bankruptcy Court Rejects Comity Based on Public Policy Exception to the Grant of Comity to Non-U.S. Orders March 5, 2012 by Louis M. Solomon In re Dr. Jurgen Toft, Case No. 11-1049 (ALG) (S.D.N.Y. Bank. Ct. 2011), a typically sound and erudite decision by the Bankruptcy Court in the Southern District of New York, is something of a close-to-must read for the practioner or reader interested in international…

How to buy organizational learning?
[July 22, 2016 – 02:46 pm]
How to buy organizational learning?

I AM LOOKING FOR CO-AUTHORS/CONTRIBUTORS Proposals Submission Deadline: July 30, 2012 Full Chapters Due: October 30, 2012 Submission Date: March 15, 2013 Introduction  Today, knowledge management has become an agenda issue in various academic and professional journals.  It has become recognized as a significant source of competitive advantage by many authors.  Although the study of knowledge is as old as human history, it has only been recognized in the last two decades as a crucial factor of organizational success. Knowledge management (KM) has gained much attention from both…

Evaluation of intellectual assets
[July 16, 2016 – 02:44 pm]
Evaluation of intellectual assets

Chicago and Glasgow (PRWEB) June 28, 2012 Ocean Tomo, LLC and Métis Partners, Ltd. today announced that it will bring together in the new European market recovery and restructuring services. This integrated offering emphasizes Ocean Tomos complete set of services, intellectual property, with proven experience in the market, Metis Partners Europe. Offers provided by mutual agreement of services include Ocean Tomo PatentRatings? The system of money and consultation routes, including public auctions and Intellectual Property Exchange International. Tags: New Ocean Tomo European…

Buying service company
[July 8, 2016 – 02:26 pm]
Buying service company

There are many responsibilities for the Property Management Escondido officials. They have to find out the suitable occupants for their property owners. They have to monitor the activities done in the rental premises or in the premises which is left for lease while the document is under valid position. The Property Management Escondido would also advertise about the availability of the vacant apartments, vacant houses, value of the possession, if it is meant for rent and then the rental amount along with the initial advance amount for taking the premises on rent, the hose owners…

Explain service company
[June 24, 2016 – 01:51 pm]
Explain service company

Many CIOs struggle to communicate the high cost of IT products and services to a company’s senior-level executives. The Technology Business Management Council (TBMC) has come up with an innovative framework to guide the conversation. The TBMC is a new, non-profit group that grew from a twice-yearly summit by Apptio into a 400-member consortium that includes Cisco CIO Rebecca Jacoby as its co-chair, as well as Facebook’s Tim Campos and Xerox’s Carol Zierhoffer. The group’s mandate is to create and promote best practices for running IT as a business by encouraging collaboration…

Reporting of intellectual assets
[June 22, 2016 – 01:42 pm]
Reporting of intellectual assets

Company reports fourth quarter earnings per share of $0.21, up from $0.12 in prior year fourth quarter - Fiscal 2012 revenue increases 4.8% over prior year - Gross margin improves to 40.2% in fourth quarter - Company buys back 534, shares and returns over $9 million in capital to shareholders during fourth quarter; returns almost $54 million in capital during fiscal 2012 *Adjusted EBITDA is defined as earnings before interest, income taxes, depreciation, amortization, stock based compensation and contingent consideration adjustments IRVINE, Calif., July 12, 2012 /BREGENZERGROUP.COM/…

What is intangible assets?
[June 6, 2016 – 12:43 pm]
What is intangible assets?

Question by AZN Guy : what is the difference between morals and ethics? i think ethics is right and wrong and morals is how you were raise to believe what is right and wrong or what code you follow of following the rules? what do you think? Best answer: Answer by Poppin Bottles 2010 To me, morals are my personal code of conduct ( manner in which I live my life), ethics are the recommendations on how to live my life, not necessarily what I follow. Give your answer to this question below! Related Questions: What is the difference between morals and ethics? Question by oink.: What…

Evaluation of non-physical resources
[May 5, 2016 – 11:25 am]
Evaluation of non-physical resources

The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act or Right to Education Act (RTE) was passed amid great fanfare by the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) in August 2009, and came into force on, ironically, Fool’s Day - April 1, 2010. The provisions of the Act and its demerits have been discussed abundantly, and there is little that can be seen as positive in the (probably) well-intentioned but train wreck of legislation. In fact, newspapers have been filled with RTE frictions in school since the Act came into force. In this post, I’ll focus on a an equally serious issue…

Intangible assets price determination
[May 1, 2016 – 11:21 am]
Intangible assets price determination

Valuing Trademarks When Diamond Foods bought Kettle Foods, nearly 40 percent of its purchase price of $616M was paid for “brand intangibles.” How are such valuations determined and what are the drivers? On March 31, 2010, Diamond Foods, Inc. completed its acquisition of Kettle Foods, a premium potato chip manufacturer. Diamond paid approximately $616 million for Kettle Foods and $235 million, or nearly 40%, of the purchase price was allocated to “brand intangibles”. 1. Such a high value leads to the question: How are such valuations determined and what are the drivers? Whether…