About the course
Prerequisites: Successful completion of Foundation and Intermediate courses.
This course provides an overview of financial issues relevant to companies in the wine industry, along with practical experience working with financial statements, reports and plans. Major topics include financial planning and analysis; valuations; and principles of accounting. Specific focus is placed upon company formation and acquisition; compliance and regulation; taxation issues; management of expenses and revenue models; and crafting successful business models.
LO1: Effectively integrate wine industry data into the business decision-making process. LO2: Create a financial plan for wineries, vineyards and/or other wine industry businesses. LO3: Develop a strategy for profitability for wine industry businesses. LO4: Analyze basic financial reports. LO5: Evaluate business performance through a financial filter.
- The role of different business structures and strategies in the wine industry.
- The role of mergers and acquisitions in the wine industry.
- The regulatory, tax, accounting and compliance framework of wine business operations.
LO7: Produce a basic valuation of a wide variety of businesses in the wine industry.
Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.