In 2012 Facebook bought Instagram, a company with 13 employees and 30 million users, for $1.0B and so it began. Analysts then described Instagram as a company without a business model. Since then it has been described as a brilliant move by Mark Zuckerberg. In 2014 Facebook bought WhatsApp for $19B, in 2016 Microsoft bought Linkedin $26.2B. Why do technology companies get acquired for strategic values that make other sectors look tepid, and how do you take advantage of this? And what can you do to drive exit value in your technology company? In this panel discussion hear from experts who have worked in, advised and sold technology companies discuss what drives exit value and how it is different from bricks and mortar companies. Learn about valuation techniques and also what steps you can take to increase your enterprise value.

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