From innovation to commercialization, entrepreneurs face challenges in bringing their ideas to market. When venture capitalists review an entrepreneurial scheme for potential investment, the prospectus must include key criteria in explanation of capital expenditure and budgeting. If valuation is the basis to funding of the entrepreneurial prospectus, investors must take into account net value, equity, debt, as well as forecast of short-term and long-term profitability.
Alvin's Guide to Good Business: Case Studies in Social Entrepreneurship (176 minutes) hosted by the well-recognized finance expert, Alvin Hall, is the golden rule book to market entry. Globetrotting Hall meets with entrepreneurs and business leaders around the world, offering viewers insight into the entrepreneurial strategies that have gained them success. Innovators from a variety of sectors introduce the socially conscious strategies that have turned their nascent enterprises and organizations into profitable operations.
The video is an eight part series that addresses both the strategies of develop markets, as well as those found in developing and emergent markets. Through interviews with successful entrepreneurs, the video suggests how new business leaders can improve effectiveness, regardless of context. Presenting executives with tough challenges, Hall reveals how smart entrepreneurs solve common problems and increase business growth.
Alvin's Guide to Good Business: Case Studies in Social Entrepreneurship (176 minutes)
Run Time: 176 Minutes
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