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Raising Financing: Start-ups, Non-Profits and Growing Entities (3540)
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Raising financing is not as simple as, “Should we raise debt or equity?” Organizations can raise capital by many means including; debt, equity, pre-sales, donations, gifts, or some combination or hybrid thereof. Sources range from friends and family to crowd funding to banks to professional investors to the public market, among many others. This session discusses the options available to raise financing for established organizations (revenue exceeding twenty million dollars). We discuss variou

8/31/2015
When: 08/31/2015
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Where: Webcast/Webinar
Presenter: Don Minges, MBA
Contact: April Deneault
801-834-6634

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Raising financing is not as simple as, “Should we raise debt or equity?” Organizations can raise capital by many means including; bootstrapping, pre-sales, donations, gifts, debt, equity or some combination or hybrid thereof.  Sources range from friends and family to crowd funding to banks to professional investors, among many others.  Focusing on organizations with revenue less than twenty million, including non-profits.

 

This session discusses options available to raise financing for a young business, from start-ups and beyond.  We discuss various sources of financing, including the costs, pros, cons and the process.

Objectives:

Understand how to raise financing for start-ups, growing entities and nonprofits.

 

Major Subjects:

The cost of capital – The Capital Asset pricing model WACC (Weighted Average Cost of Capital) Initial capital How much do we need When do we need it When will you need the next funding When will we need further capital and how much Sources Bootstrapping Donations, Grants, Gifts and Charity Debt Equity Hybrids Which funding type is "right" Cash forecast and debt capacity Organization characteristics Asset Liability management ESOPs, Inversions and Trusts The process – preparing "the book"
 

 

Designed For:

Upper level financial managers and entrepreneurs

Prerequisite: 

Suggest at least five years of real world experience

Advanced Prep:

None

  

Speaker: Don Minges, MBA

Vendor: Executive Education, Inc.

Field of Study: Finance

Level:  Intermediate

CPE Credit:      2 Hours

Acronym: ERFSU1

 

Registration Fees:

$ 79

  

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