Launching or scaling a new business venture requires specific skill sets in corporate finance and execution strategies. Both must be carefully thought through and work together in a seamless fashion. This course attains that objective. The participant will learn:
The instructor has 35 years experience as the Founder, Chairman, President of seven private equity and operating companies. The course draws upon real-life implementations of this full-cycle strategy based on his experience. Examples and full case studies are an integral part of the study program. The case studies and examples illustrate the challenges, trip wires and resultant strategies to be used when launching a new enterprise.
His incubated and acquired companies have ranged in size from $400,000 to in excess of $40MM, all of which have been successful.
A working knowledge of the business in question.
PARTICIPATION AND MATERIALS
The two-day, four-session program will actively engage the class participants. The tools discussed for each of the four course objectives will be drawn from actual cases the instructor was involved in. Feature articles on business strategies and capital formation written by the instructor for various business publications will be distributed and discussed.
Day One, Morning Session - Key foundations and strategic approached for raising your capital:
Day One, Afternoon Session - What your capital source really wants to know about you and your venture:
Day Two, Morning Session - Describing your execution model to your capital source and what to do when it does not go as planned:
Day Two, Afternoon Session - Setting post-closing performance expectations and restoring value after a fail to deliver:
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