This course teaches students how to become entrepreneurs by focusing on financial aspects. Topics include pro forma development and review, business valuation models, cash flow analysis, and raising capital from private investors, venture capitalists and banks. The course is taught using the case method process ("real life" case studies). Periodically, technical notes are used and guests invited to augment subjects addressed. Each student is expected to diligently prepare each case and participate in class discussion. Fifty percent of the final grade is based on class participation and the other 50 percent on a take-home exam. This is not a quantitative analysis course. Rather, it focuses on marketing, sales, management and strategic planning.
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