BrewDog’s ‘staggeringly overvalued crowdfunding round’; brewers valued at £1.85bn or 8.6 times revenue

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - OCTOBER 13th 2018: A brewdog craft beer sign. BrewDog is a Scottish brewery and pub chain.

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BrewDog, the Scottish multinational brewery and pub chain, recently launched a round of crowdfunding looking to raise £50m. Myrto Lalacos took a closer look at the investment opportunity; her investigation suggests a ‘staggering’ overvaluation of the company, which was £1.85bn or 8.6 times revenue. Elsewhere ‘widespread data protection failings’ found at Experian.

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And finally, Myrto Lalacos calls BrewDog; BrewWork, following their staggeringly overvalued crowdfunding round. James Hurley linked the article, posted on LinkedIn.

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