Courses and study plans / Entrepreneurship, Management and Organisation
1851 New Business Venturing
|Period: 3||20.1.2014 - 7.3.2014|
|Department||Management and Organisation|
The course gives an introduction and overview of entrepreneurial finance.
It also describes different strategies an entrepreneur can apply for obtaining funding.
Moreover, it looks into aspects such as the search for capital, valuation of investment opportunities, negotiating contracts, post-investment involvement, and exiting of an investment.
After having passed the course the students should be able to:
Perform basic valuations of venture capital investments
Know how the standard covenants in venture capital agreements work
Understand the key differences between professional venture capital, corporate venture capital and business angel funding
Language of Instruction
Basic understanding of entrepreneurship, business plans and valuation of companies.
Lectures, guest lectures and cases
Based on suggestions by the examinator.
Evaluation and Examination
Case assignments and exam