Consider two young entrepreneurs make a company that offers new and innovative forms of advertising. The students are required to evaluate the venture, including whether the funds available is sufficient or whether additional resources are needed. Students are required to perform both a qualitative and quantitative analysis of the proposed business. Qualitatively, students must evaluate the relevant skills and partner the business concept itself for potential success. … Read more »

Consider two young entrepreneurs make a company that offers new and innovative forms of advertising. The students are required to evaluate the venture, including whether the funds available is sufficient or whether additional resources are needed. Students are required to perform both a qualitative and quantitative analysis of the proposed business. Qualitatively, students must evaluate the relevant skills and partner the business concept itself for potential success. Quantitatively, students must prepare a projected cash budget and projected financial statements for the first year of operations, to gain a better understanding of the operation cash needs and potential for financial success. This quantitative analysis is not possible and students with answers to the partners to make withdrawals from the business, the need for financing and the amount of additional funding required, if any.
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Elizabeth M.A. Grasby,
Andrew Smith
Source: Ivey Publishing
8 pages.
Release date: 01 May 2007. Prod #: 907B02-PDF-ENG
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