post-money valuation

noun

In a venture capital transaction, the post-money valuation is what a company is worth after an investment has been made. It is the sum of the pre-money valuation and the amount of new cash that has been invested in the business.

Example: Sequoia invested $5 Million at a $20 Million pre-money valuation, so our post-money valuation was $25 Million.

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