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Entrepreneurial Finance program | Amsterdam Institute of Finance
Mar 5—6, 2020
2 days
Amsterdam, Netherlands
EUR 2500 ≈USD 2782
EUR 1250 per day

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Description

Investment in startups plays a key role in the current economy. New companies create most of the new employment, generate innovations and disrupt existing markets. From the investors’ point of view, there is an opportunity to get high returns by investing early in some of the most successful companies of the decade. Angel investment in new startups has been growing significantly, even during the crisis, with over €6 billion invested across Europe in 2015, and with a growth rate of 8.3% annually since 2012 (EBAN). Venture capital investments accounted for €5.8 billion in 2015. This is a very active market and understanding its dynamics, and how to get involved - from an investor or an entrepreneur perspective - is key for being successful.

The Entrepreneurial Finance program covers the whole cycle of investing in new ventures. It is targeted at individuals, with some financial knowledge, interested in learning about investing in startups. Potential participants are entrepreneurs, with good financial acumen, business angels, family offices, consultants, regional development organizations and advisors. Other professionals who interact with startups in the process of raising funds, or who advise venture capital funds and need to understand how they work, will also benefit from attending this program.

How you will benefit

  • Analyze and understand the process of startup financing
  • Learn how to get deal flow and analyze a business plan
  • Learn about valuation of new ventures
  • Examine the effect of dilution and different rounds of financing
  • Explore the legal side of investing in startups and get to know the term sheet and its key clauses
  • Participate in negotiating a deal
  • Gain practical experience with several case studies
  • Review the different options for harvesting an investment in a new venture

Content

  • Introduction to Venture Capital and Business Angels
  • Deal flow and screening of opportunities
  • How investors analyze a business plan
  • Valuation of Startups (1)
  • Practical case study
  • Valuation of Startups (2)
  • Practical case study
  • The Term Sheet: Negotiating with investors
  • Practical case study
  • Harvesting: The exit
  • Closing: Panel of early stage investors

Who should attend

The Entrepreneurial Finance program is targeted at individuals, with some financial knowledge, interested in learning about the whole cycle of investing in startups. Potential participants include entrepreneurs, with good financial acumen, business angels, family offices, consultants, regional development organizations and advisors. Other professionals who interact with startups in the process of raising funds, or who advise venture capital funds and need to understand how they work, will also benefit from attending the program.

Experts

Education Doctora en Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales. Universidad Complutense de Madrid Master of Business Administration. Stanford Graduate School of Business Licenciada en Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales. Universidad Complutense de Madrid Areas of interest Philanthropic Venture Ca...

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Mar 5—6, 2020
2 days
Amsterdam, Netherlands
EUR 2500 ≈USD 2782
EUR 1250 per day

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