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Title: Business and Financial Planning


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Business and Financial Planning
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Financial Plan
  • Shows the reader how all the ideas, concepts and
    strategies described elsewhere come together in a
    profitable way.
  • The plan should include pro forma
  • Balance sheet
  • Income statement
  • Cash flow statement
  • Financing required and sources

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Financial Plan
  • Balance Sheet
  • Assests
  • Liabilities
  • Equity
  • Income Statement
  • Revenues Cost of Goods Sold Net Income
  • Cash Flow Statement
  • Operating Activities
  • Investing Activities
  • Financing Activities

4
Financial Plan
  • Income Statement
  • Revenues Cost of Goods Sold Net Income

5
Startup Financing
  • As an entrepreneur starting a new e-business, you
    must be prepared to invest time, effort, and your
    own money to get your new e-business off the
    ground.
  • Personal Assets
  • Friends and Family
  • Venture Capital
  • Business Incubators

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Personal Assets
  • Sweat Equity putting in time and effort
  • Mortgage Personal Assets put up property as
    collateral to a bank
  • Personal loans taking a loan without collateral
    (higher interest rate)
  • Credit card/credit line advance similar to a
    personal loan (usually a high interest rate)

7
Friends and Family
  • Friends and family investors are family members
    or friends who invest in a business.
  • Many entrepreneurs successfully solicit startup
    money from their network of friends and family.
  • A network of potential friends and family
    investors extends beyond immediate family members
    and friends, to their families and friends, to
    their families and friends, and so on.
  • Advantage It might be the easiest money youll
    ever get.
  • Disadvantage Putting their money at risk.

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Venture Capital Investors
  • Venture Capital (VC) firms are organized to
    invest specifically in new business startups.
  • Typically take a significant equity interest in
    the firm with in exchange for providing startup
    capital.
  • May also provide expertise.
  • Typically do not invest for the long term but
    expect to cash out after the business
    establishes a successful track record and can be
    sold or acquired by others.
  • There are many established VC firms

9
Venture Capital Investors
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Business Incubators
  • Have traditionally been government- or
    university-supported nonprofit organizations that
    nurture new businesses
  • Provide startup companies with management advice,
    office space, networking opportunities, and other
    critical startup services
  • May take an equity interest as well as charge for
    services
  • Not-for-profit incubators may use returns from
    equity to reinvest

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Commercial Business Incubators
  • Offer startup e-businesses access to the same
    services offered by nonprofit incubators
  • Are primarily interested in high-technology
    businesses that can become financially viable
    quickly and leave the incubator within six months
    to a year
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