The financing of entrepreneurship has seen marked changes over time and continues to evolve rapidly. From the traditional sequence of self-funding, Angel financing, the rigors of securing Venture Capital, and, for successful firms, Initial Public Offerings (IPOs), the funding sequence has undergone substantial changes. This programme explores different financing models, organic growth, debt and risk capital, and also provides a clear overview of equity financing including the key types of investors: angels, venture capital, and crowd funding.
Participants will be able to:
- Understand the full venture capital cycle and venture capitalist
- Learn to structure successful deals, understand valuation techniques, and leverage funds to improve returns
- Explore exit strategies, initial public offerings, and trade sales.
- Source funds for your startups
- Attract suitable funds for business expansion
- Introduction to financing Entrepreneurial Business
- Concept of Entrepreneurship:
- Business Models and Keeping Customers
- Financing, Valuation, and Terms: Financing Models
- Financial planning and budgeting: Calculating Breakeven
- Working capital management and liquidity management,
- Financial control, measuring venture’s financial performance
- Financing options, cost of capital, optimal capital structure,
- Types of Investors
- Venture Capitalist and Venture capital cycle
At the end of the programme participants will be able to:
- Articulate business needs before the providers of funds
- Gain exposure to the entrepreneurial financing process from beginning to end – giving you the expertise to create value and grow the pie.
- Explore a range of scenarios, including financing start-ups, social enterprises, and growth capital deals.
- Explore how to structure financing options and manage multiple rounds of financing
- Become a savvy investor and an entrepreneur
Business Developer, Entrepreneurs with great business ideas searching for funds for their startups, Business owners looking for funds to scale up their operations, People who manage the financial activities of their organization.