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ENTREPRENEURIAL FINANCE, 3rd Edition applies tools and techniques of corporate finance to the entrepreneurial venture. It closely follows a "life cycle of the firm" approach in a very accessible and student-friendly manner. The text introduces the theories, knowledge, and financial tools needed by an entrepreneur in starting, building, and harvesting a successful venture. Leach and Melicher focus on sound financial management practices, how and where to obtain the financial capital necessary to run and grow the venture, and how and when to interact with the financial institutions and regulatory agencies central to financing ventures as they grow and ultimately look for liquidity for their investors.
J. Chris Leach is Professor of Finance and the Robert H. and Beverly A. Deming Professor in Entrepreneurship at the Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado at Boulder.
Table of Contents
|Background And Environment|
|Introduction and Overview|
|From the Idea to the Business Plan|
|Organizing And Operating The Venture|
|Organizing and Financing a New Venture|
|Measuring Financial Performance|
|Evaluating Financial Performance|
|Planning for the Future|
|Financial Planning: Long-Term and Short-Term|
|Types and Costs of Financial Capital|
|Securities Law Considerations When Obtaining Venture Financing|
|Creating And Recognizing Venture Value|
|Valuing Early-Stage Ventures|
|Venture Capital Valuation Methods|
|Structuring Financing For The Growing Venture|
|Professional Venture Capital|
|Other Financing Alternatives|
|Security Structures and Determining Enterprise Values|
|Exit And Turnaround Strategies|
|Harvesting the Business Venture Investment|
|Financially Troubled Ventures: Turnaround Opportunities?|
|Case 1: Coral Systems, Inc|
|Case 2: Spatial Technology|
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