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  • During the early stages, the company might not have steady-state EBITDA or steady-state PAT. Hence no point in using EBITDA and PAT multiples for companies in the startup stage. Many companies in the startup stage do not have positive EBITDA and PAT. As the company matures, investors start looking at EBITDA multiples. When the company achieves a massive scale (like listed players), PAT multiples, or what we call as PE ratio becomes an important valuation metric. The choice of Revenue, EBITDA, or PAT multiple depends on the stage of the business. 
  • Valuing a company just basis an idea is tricky. In the next lesson on deal structuring, we have discussed convertible structures where valuation is dependent on future priced rounds or on future revenue. You can go through it for better clarity.