Take the normal approach and your current chances of having an optimal exit valuation equate to roughly 1.0%.
The end goal for the investor (and serial entrepreneurs) is to exit their portfolio companies at a substantial profit. Typically, the exit occurs between three and seven years after the original investment, but it could be shorter or take longer depending on the strategic circumstances, economic cycles, availability of suitable buyers, and other factors. Most exits happen as the result of either a sale or merger of the portfolio company (most likely exit), an initial public offering (only a small fraction goes this way), a redemption (redemption rights are seldom exercised) and eventually a Management buy-out (normally not possible).
This service typically comprises a Discovery Assessment and a Closing the Gaps (or Liquidity Event Readiness implementation) roadmap. The exact configuration of our GBDS team will respond to the specific needs of your project. These are usually identified during the initial meeting with your top management/founder/board.