Entrepreneurial Finance Finance and Business Strategies for the Serious Entrepreneur

ISBN-10: 0071591265
ISBN-13: 9780071591263
Edition: 2nd 2009
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Description: From the author selected by Ernst And Young as Entrepreneur.of the Year .Written by one of the countrys leading professors of entrepreneurship,.Entrepreneurialis the definitive guide to setting.up and managing the financial aspects of a business.  More...

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List price: $59.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date: 1/14/2009
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 372
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.826
Language: English

From the author selected by Ernst And Young as Entrepreneur.of the Year .Written by one of the countrys leading professors of entrepreneurship,.Entrepreneurialis the definitive guide to setting.up and managing the financial aspects of a business. Steven.Rogers covers all the major topicsfrom writing a growth.business plan and compiling and understanding financial statements.to making a company profitable, valuing a company, and.raising additional venture capital.

Steven Rogers is a professor at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management and associate director of the school's entrepreneurship program. A former Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year, Rogers has been recognized by "BusinessWeek "as one of the New Stars of Finance as well as a Top 10 graduate school entrepreneurship professor. In addition, he was selected by "Fortune "as one of the "Top 10 Minds in Small Business." Rogers is a popular teacher at seminars and workshops throughout the country and is frequently quoted in the" Wall Street Journal", the" New York Times", "Fortune", and other leading business publications.

Preface
The Entrepreneurial spectrum
Introduction
Entrepreneurial Finance
Type of Entrepreneurs
The Entrepreneurial Spectrum
The Entrepreneurs
Indroduction
Success Rates of Entrepreneurs
Why Become an Entrepreneur?
Traits of an Entrepreneur
Impact on the Economy
Impact on Gender and Race
The Business Plan
Indroduction
The Dual-Purpose Document
Business Plan Development and Advuce
The Business Plan
Development of Pro Formas
Checklist of Financial Information
Most Important Business Plan Sections
Business Plan Development Sources
After the Business Plan Is Written
Financial Statements
Introduction
The Income Statement
The Balance Sheet
The Statement of Cash Flows
Financial Statement Analysis
Introduction
Proactive Analysis
Income Statement Analysis
Ratio Analysis
Breakeven Analysis
Measuring Growth
Case Study-Clark Company
Gross Margins
Net Margins
Other Issues to Consider
Cash Flow Management
Introduction
Types of Cash Flow
Cash Flow Forecasts
Cash Flow Management
Accounts Receivable
Accounts Payable
The Cash Gap
Working Capital
Finding Cash
Valution
Introduction
Valuing the Clark Company
Premoney and Post money Valuations
Why Value Your Company?
Key Factors Influencing Valuation
Valuation Methods
Multiples
Multiples of Gross Morgin
Different Industries Use Different Multiple Benchmarks
Asset Valuation
Capitalization of Cash Flows
Valuing Technology and Internet Companies
Raising Capital
Introduction
Value-Added Investors
Sources of Capital
The Investment Is in the Entrepreneur
Debt Financing
Introduction
Types of Debt
Sources of Debt Financing
Creative Ways to Structure Long-Term Debt
Long-Term Debt Rules to Live By
Debt Financing for Working Capital
Equity Financing
Introduction
Sources of Equity Capital
Private Placements
Corporate Venture Capital
Private Equity Firms
International Private Equity
Advice for Raising Private Equity
Increasing Specialization of Private Equity Firms
Identifying Private Equity Firms
Small-Business Investment Companies
Initial Public offerings
Public Equity Markets
The IPO Process
The Financing Spectrum
Direct Public Offerings
Financing for Minorities and Women
Introduction
Minorities-Debt Financing
Minorities-Equity Financing
Women-Debt Financing
Women-Equity Financing
Taking a Job with an Entrepreneurial Firm
Introduction
Case Study: Considering a Jab Offer from an Early-Stage Company
Case Study Analysis
Intrapraneurship: Corporate Entrepreneurship
The Intrapreneurship Spectrum
Intrapreneurship Models
Traits of the High-Growth Intrapreneur
Acts of Intrapreneurship
Signs of Intrapreneurial Success
Standard Operating Procedures
Intrapreneurship Blunder
Conclusion
Appendices
Industry Profitability
U.S. Funds Focused on Minority Markets
Index

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