Financing the Entrepreneurial Business
Financing high-growth entrepreneurial businesses presents many challenges for entrepreneurs and investors alike. This programme aims to give you the practical skills needed to secure or provide investment for fast-growth businesses.
Why choose this programme?
Financing the Entrepreneurial Business combines academic rigour and real-world relevance to give you a framework you can use to navigate every stage of the deal cycle, from securing or providing an initial investment through to exit strategies.
Unique among venture capital and private equity programmes, this programme is taught from the perspective of both entrepreneurs and investors.
Who is this entrepreneurial finance programme for?
- Those working in or seeking to join venture capital or private equity firms.
- Entrepreneurs running high-potential businesses and their advisors and consultants.
- Individuals planning management buy-ins or buy-outs.
- Investors in privately-held companies, limited partners or other providers of capital to venture capital or private equity funds.
- 5 days
- Next start:
- 17 November 2014
The Customer-Funded Business
Becoming an entrepreneur is difficult. Raising capital to fund your entrepreneurial journey is even more challenging.
In his new book 'The Customer-Funded Business', Professor John Mullins examines the key questions around venture capital and crowdfunding, and how to get it right with both your customers and your investors.
David Ratcliffe, Programme Associate
Tel: +44 (0)20 7000 7051