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Owning a privately held engineering company isn’t like owning stock in a publicly traded company, where shares trade daily and anyone with a connection to the internet can find the current price. So without current market quotes, how are privately held businesses like yours valued?

Join Matt Fultz to examine three generally accepted valuation methods and they’re applied to engineering firms. You’ll also delve into the differences between how firms are valued for internal ownership transition compared to acquisition by a third party.


  • Learn commonly used methods for valuing a business, including the asset approach, market approach, and income approach
  • Identify the underlying financial factors that impact firm value
  • Explore the link between firm financial performance and building shareholder value
Course Type

Online Class

Delivery Type

On Demand, Online, Self-Paced

PDH Credit


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Price (Non-Member)


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