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Bootcamp: Business Finance Fundamentals for Entrepreneurs
Introduction to the course
Your Instructor (1:38)
Lecture 1: Welcome to the course (0:09)
Lecture 2: What aspects of Finance should an Entrepreneur be involved with? (4:23)
Lecture 3: Business Planning & Fund Raising - they are inter-linked (1:12)
Lecture 4: What are Investors looking for investing money in your business? (2:28)
Lecture 5: The 7-Step Business Finance Framework (4:44)
Lecture 6: Please provide us your valuable feedback on the course thus far
Illustration for this course
Lecture 7: You just started a Pizza delivery business (1:46)
Lecture 8: Download the resources for this course (0:19)
Lecture 9: Let us look at the Assumptions spreadsheet (2:45)
Lecture 10: Let us look at the Financial Statements spreadsheet (1:28)
Step 1: Forecasting Revenues
Lecture 11: Introduction to Step 1 (0:18)
Lecture 12: What are the Revenue drivers of a business? (4:17)
Lecture 13: Key assumptions on the Revenue drivers (3:05)
Lecture 14: Calculating the Revenues of a business (2:30)
Lecture 15: End of Step 1
Lecture 16: Please provide us your valuable feedback on the course thus far
Step 2: Forecasting Costs
Lecture 17: Introduction to Step 2 (0:11)
Lecture 18: What are the Cost drivers of a business? (2:13)
Lecture 19: What are the Input cost drivers of a business? (1:13)
Lecture 20: Key assumptions on the Input cost drivers (2:07)
Lecture 21: Calculating the Input costs of a business (2:09)
Lecture 22: What are the Occupancy cost drivers of a business? (1:00)
Lecture 23: Key assumptions on the Occupancy cost drivers (1:48)
Lecture 24: Calculating the Occupancy costs of a business (1:18)
Lecture 25: What are the Salary cost drivers of a business? (1:34)
Lecture 26: Key assumptions on the Salary costs drivers (2:29)
Lecture 27: Calculating the Salary costs of a business (4:23)
Lecture 28: What are the Marketing cost drivers of a business? (1:23)
Lecture 29: Key assumptions on the Marketing cost drivers (2:31)
Lecture 30: Calculating the Marketing costs of a business (1:59)
Lecture 31: End of Step 2
Lecture 32: Please provide us your valuable feedback on the course thus far
Step 3: Forecasting Investments
Lecture 33: Introduction to Step 3 (0:10)
Lecture 34: What are the Investment drivers of a business? (2:27)
Lecture 35: What are the Fixed Assets drivers of a business (2:36)
Lecture 36: Key assumptions on the Fixed Assets drivers (2:23)
Lecture 37: Calculating the Fixed Assets of a business (2:37)
Lecture 38: Calculating the Depreciation cost of a business (3:47)
Lecture 39: What are the Inventory drivers of a business? (1:04)
Lecture 40: Key assumptions on the Inventory drivers (0:32)
Lecture 41: Calculating the Inventory of a business (1:34)
Lecture 42: What are the Accounts Receivables drivers of a business? (0:53)
Lecture 43: Key assumptions on Accounts Receivables drivers (0:33)
Lecture 44: Calculating the Accounts Receivables of a company (1:10)
Lecture 45: What are the Accounts Payables drivers of a business? (0:59)
Lecture 46: Key assumptions on Accounts Payables drivers (0:14)
Lecture 47: Calculation of Accounts Payables of a business (1:43)
Lecture 48: Calculation of Working Capital of a business (0:53)
Lecture 49: End of Step 3
Lecture 50:Please provide us your valuable feedback on the course thus far
Step 4: Assess own financing sources
Lecture 51: Introduction to Step 4 (0:11)
Lecture 52: What are the sources of own financing of a business? (1:07)
Lecture 53: Key assumptions on sources of own financing (3:08)
Lecture 54: What are the drivers of Interest cost of a business? (1:03)
Lecture 55: Key assumptions on Interest cost drivers of a business (3:40)
Lecture 56: Calculating the Interest cost of a business (3:52)
Lecture 57: End of Step 4
Lecture 58: Please provide us your valuable feedback on the course thus far
Step 5: Prepare Income Statement and Balance Sheet
Lecture 59: Introduction to Step 5 (0:12)
Lecture 60: What is the Income Statement of a business? (2:31)
Lecture 61: Populating Revenues on the Income Statement (1:01)
Lecture 62: Populating Costs on the Income Statement (3:53)
Lecture 63: Calculating the Profits before Interest and Taxes (PBIT) (1:37)
Lecture 64: Populating Interest costs on the Income Statement (0:45)
Lecture 65: Calculating Profits Before Taxes and Taxes (2:13)
Lecture 66: Calculating Profits After Taxes (1:56)
Lecture 67: What is the Balance Sheet of a business? (1:58)
Lecture 68: Populating Current Assets on the Balance Sheet (2:23)
Lecture 69: Calculating the Fixed Assets of a business - Part 1 (0:26)
Lecture 70: Calculating the Fixed Assets of a business - Part 2 (1:51)
Lecture 71: Calculating the Fixed Assets of a business - Part 3 (2:29)
Lecture 72: Calculating the Total Assets of a business (0:54)
Lecture 73: Populating the Current Liabilities of a business (1:41)
Lecture 74: Populating the Long term Debt of a business (1:05)
Lecture 75: Calculating the Shareholder's Equity of a business - Part 1 (1:22)
Lecture 76: Calculating the Shareholder's Equity of a business - Part 2 (4:41)
Lecture 77: Calculating the Total Liabilities and Equity of a business (1:09)
Lecture 78: End of Step 5
Lecture 79: Please provide us your valuable feedback on the course thus far
Step 6: Funding from Investors
Lecture 80: Introduction to Step 6 (0:29)
Lecture 81: What is a Cash Flows Statement? (3:59)
Lecture 82: Rule of thumb for preparing a Cash Flows Statement (0:40)
Lecture 83: Calculating the Cash Flow from Operations - Part 1 (2:45)
Lecture 84: Calculating the Cash Flow from Operations - Part 2 (2:23)
Lecture 85: Calculating the Cash Flow from Operations - Part 3 (2:51)
Lecture 86: Calculating the Cash Flow from Operations - Part 4 (1:08)
Lecture 87: Calculating the Cash Flow from Investments (1:36)
Lecture 88: Calculating the Cash Flow from Financing - Part 1 (2:08)
Lecture 89: Calculating the Cash Flow from Financing - Part 2 (1:53)
Lecture 90: Calculating the Cash Flow from Financing - Part 3 (1:24)
Lecture 91: Calculating the Total Cash Flows of a business (1:12)
Lecture 92: When do we need to raise Investor funding? (0:42)
Lecture 93: Calculating the funding to be raised from Investors (4:01)
Lecture 94: Estimate the total funding needed over the next 5 years (1:08)
Lecture 95: Link the Cash Flows Statement with the Balance Sheet (2:17)
Lecture 96: End of Step 6
Lecture 97: Please provide us your valuable feedback on the course thus far
Step 7: Business valuation
Lecture 98: Introduction to Step 7 (0:29)
Lecture 99: Approaches to Business Valuation (0:37)
Lecture 100: The negotiation based approach to business valuation (2:40)
Lecture 101: The methodical based approach to business valuation (1:37)
Lecture 102: Free Cash Flows to Equity (FCFE) of a business (0:53)
Lecture 103: Calculating the FCFE of a business (2:16)
Lecture 104: Calculating the Exit value of a business (2:43)
Lecture 105: Calculating the Total Cash Flows to Equity of a business (1:10)
Lecture 106: Estimating the Return on Investment expectation of Investors (0:49)
Lecture 107: Calculating the pre-money valuation of a business (1:48)
Lecture 108: Calculating the post-money valuation of a business (1:26)
Lecture 109: Calculating the % of Equity dilution to Investors (1:35)
Lecture 110: End of Step 7
Lecture 111: Please provide us your valuable feedback on the course thus far
End of course - what did we learn?
Lecture 112: Quick Recap (3:16)
Lecture 68: Populating Current Assets on the Balance Sheet
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