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Entrepreneural Finanical Management 2e
An Applied Approach
Second Edition, First Indian Reprint 2011 ,
312 pages , Soft Cover,
Rs. 495 /- For Sale in India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh & Sri lanka Only
About The Book
Table Of Contents
About The Author
"This new edition of Entrepreneurial Financial Management presents an applied, realistic view of entrepreneurial fi nance for today’s entrepreneurs. The book provides an integrated set of concepts and applications-drawing from entrepreneurship, fi nance, and accounting-that will prepare aspiring entrepreneurs for the world they will most likely face as they start their new businesses. The book’s contents are designed to follow the life cycle of a new business venture. Topics are presented in logical order, as entrepreneurs will likely face them as they begin the process of business start-up and move into growing the business. Key Features of Entrepreneurial Financial Management • A comprehensive integrated fi nancial statements template is included with the book. This tool allows for the application of many of the concepts to actual businesses, and can be a valuable supplement to the process of developing a full business plan. The integrated fi nancial statements template are available for unlimited free downloads at Professor Cornwall’s blog site: www.drjeffcornwall.com. • New to this edition is a nonprofi t version of the spreadsheet to help students who have an interest in Social Entrepreneurship. • A comprehensive survey of funding sources (with discussion on how an entrepreneur works with each type of funding source) is presented in Chapters 9–14. New chapters provide an overview of fi nancing over the life of a venture, and examine fi nancing from the entrepreneur, friends and family. • A self-assessment is included to assist student entrepreneurs in integrating their own personal aspirations into their fi nancial and business plans. • Each chapter includes “In Their Own Words” boxes that enliven the text with real-life stories from entrepreneurs and their funding sources."
Introduction - Part I: Building a Financial Forecast - Setting Financial Goals - Understanding Financial Statements - Revenue Forecasting - Expense Forecasting - Integrated Financial Model - Part II: Managing The Financial Resources of a Venture - Monitoring Financial Performance - Day-to-Day Cash Flow Management and Forecasting - Part III: Sources of Financing - Financing over the Life of a Venture - Start-Up Financing from The Entrepreneur, Friends, and Family - Bootstrapping - External Sources of Funds: Equity - External Sources of Funds: Debt - Financing the High Growth Business - Part IV: Planning for The Entrepreneur’s Transition - Business Valuation - Exit Planning - Index.
Jeffrey R. Cornwall is the inaugural recipient of the Jack C. Massey Chair in Entrepreneurship at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, Where he also serves as the Director of the Center for Entrepreneurship. Dr. Cornwall received the 2008 National Model Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Program Award from the United States Association of Small Business and Entrepreneurship.
Students of Business and Economics
Business and Economics
Sources of Financing - Financing over the Life of a Venture - Start-Up Financing from The Entrepreneur, Friends, and Family - Bootstrapping - External Sources of Funds
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