Learn how to raise money for hotel business & understanding business Valuation
Every business needs money to start, operate, and expand the business. Generally, a business is starting with its own capital or borrow from different sources. There are various ways where the startups and businesses can raise money from. Owners and managers need to learn how to raise money from various channels to survive in business for various circumstances.
In this short course we are going to learn what are the different avenues which businesses can use for generating the money and what is the general cost of raising from these different sources.
We will also be learning the basic concepts of valuation how the value is determined and how business can maximize those values. This course was delivered in a live setting and may have interactions with the students if you have any questions you can ask us.
this course was recorded during a live class with startup founders who do not have any formal background in accounting and finance. Course contents, speed and explanations are designed keeping in mind those users, hence other users may find it slow and sometimes repetitive. I repeated few things just to make my audience understand and absorb concepts.
What are different methods of raising capital and what they cost.
Understanding the business value and do self-valuations
• What is Value?
• Value from different prospective.
• Different Methods of Valuation.
o Income Approach
o Cost Approach
• Inherent limitations and uncertainties of valuation models.
• How can we enhance value of our business?
• Share your experiences with valuation and how inventors value your startup
What you’ll learn
- Different Sources of capital
- Advantages and Dis-advantages of sources
- What are different aspects of business valuation
- Different Methods of valuation
Are there any course requirements or prerequisites?
- Previous Four Sessions
Who this course is for:
- Startup Founders and Co-Founders
Other courses by Mr Manish Gupta on this topic
- Business Owners