6 edition of Financing for entrepreneurs and businesses found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Tan Chwee Huat.|
|LC Classifications||HG4244.67 .T36 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 265 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||265|
|LC Control Number||2001308733|
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As a business angel, she is in contact with many entrepreneurs and knows well their challenges in raising capital. She is the author of several books. Her most recent, ‘Entrepreneurial Finance: The Art and Science of Growing Ventures’, published by Cambridge University Press inis the first European textbook on the topic.
Committed to encouraging Aboriginal entrepreneurship, the Canadian Council of Aboriginal Businesses connects entrepreneurs to procurement opportunities, offers certification for corporate performance in Aboriginal relations, and sets up mentorships.
Additionally, this program connects Aboriginal entrepreneurs to financing and tools. The book offers a step-by-step guide to today‘s way of raising money for entrepreneurs.
Most recently, I built and exited CoFoundersLab which is. Banks are primarily lenders of short-term loans to small businesses, although they will make longer term loans, for example, to establish SME clients.
Such loans are in general secured, repaid in instalments (monthly or quarterly) and remunerated by interest. Banks normally finance up to % of the project and in the case of equipment may take.
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The Entrepreneur Mind: Essential Beliefs, Characteristics, and Habits of Elite Entrepreneurs outline essential beliefs, habits, and characteristics of elite entrepreneurs.
The human mind as it were is a key determiner of what. There are several sources of finance for entrepreneurs looking to get their businesses off the ground, and you should consider some of these alternate sources before you ask friends and family members for start-up money or dip into your own savings.
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Financing is always the first big concern for any business leader. Young entrepreneurs have no business background and this is the first time they are trying to start a business.
The other challenge with financing is that entrepreneurs can often put together enough money to start the business, but struggle with cash flow to operate the business.
Therefore the business never can advertise properly for growth and eventually dies out. Financing for entrepreneurs is and probably always will be a struggle. Given that only a minority of businesses borrows externally at all, this means that most of the capital that entrepreneurs borrow is personally borrowed or personally guaranteed.
With personal debt, the lender’s decision depends less on the potential of the business than on the entrepreneur’s credit and collateral. In his book, he goes over the various techniques an entrepreneur can use in order to create a business that will go against the odds and succeed.
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Johnson. List of Tables --List of Figures --List of Appendices --List of Abbreviations --Preface --Pt. Financing the Entrepreneur Starting a Business Venture Capital for Technopreneurs Stock Exchange as a Source of Finance Franchise Business Assistance Schemes --Pt.
Financing Businesses Sources of Finance Entrepreneurial finance is the study of value and resource allocation, applied to new addresses key questions which challenge all entrepreneurs: how much money can and should be raised; when should it be raised and from whom; what is a reasonable valuation of the startup; and how should funding contracts and exit decisions be structured.
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