Definitions for "post-money valuation"
A companys valuation just after its latest round of funding, equal to the number...
The value of the company after a VC invests capital. Example: if a VC invests $2 million in a company and subsequently owns 25 percent, the post-money valuation must have been $8 million. The VC added $2 million of value (now cash in the company's bank account) so $2/X=.25. X= $8 million.
The value of a privately held company immediately after the most recent round of financing. This value is calculated by multiplying the company's total (fully diluted) number of shares by the share price of the latest financing (see paragraph 2, Section IV above).