Business Fundamentals are collections of Harvard Business School background materials, which HBS courses and supplemented by self-study aids. This collection helps the entrepreneur negotiate the rugged terrain of financing a start-up. It also includes material on writing a business plan. As part of the Business Fundamentals Series, it includes materials from Harvard Business School MBA and executive education programs, including: “Bootstrap Finance: The Art of Start-ups” by Amar Bhide; … Read more »

Business Fundamentals are collections of Harvard Business School background materials, which HBS courses and supplemented by self-study aids. This collection helps the entrepreneur negotiate the rugged terrain of financing a start-up. It also includes material on writing a business plan. As part of the Business Fundamentals Series, it includes materials from Harvard Business School MBA and executive education programs, including: “Bootstrap Finance: The Art of Start-ups” by Amar Bhide, “Some Thoughts on Business Plans” by William Sahlman; Amar Bhide and Howard Stevenson “on acquiring bank credit” and “How Much Money Does Your New Venture Need?” by James McNeill Stancill.
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William A. Sahlman,
Howard H. Stevenson,
Amar V. Bhide,
James McNeill Stancill,
Jeffry A. Timmons,
Dale A. Sander
107 pages.
Publication Date: Sep 15, 1998. Prod #: 9202-ENG-SBB
Financing Entrepreneurial Ventures, Business Basics Series HBR case solution