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Entrepreneurial Finance: The Art and Science of Growing Ventures Kindle Edition
|Length: 644 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Language: English|
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Academics and practitioners from a range of institutions across Europe provide a cutting-edge, practical, and comprehensive review on the financing of entrepreneurial ventures. From sourcing and obtaining funds, to financial tools for growing and managing the financial challenges and opportunities of the startup, Entrepreneurial Finance: The Art and Science of Growing Ventures is an engaging text that will equip entrepreneurs, students and early-stage investors to make sound financial decisions at every stage of a business' life. Largely reflecting European businesses and with a European perspective, the text is grounded in sound theoretical foundations. Case studies and success stories as well as perspectives from the media and from experts provide real-world applications, while a wealth of activities give students abundant opportunities to apply what they have learned. A must-have text for both graduate and undergraduate students in entrepreneurship, finance and management programs, as well as aspiring entrepreneurs in any field.
A modern, practical, comprehensive overview on the financing of entrepreneurial ventures, this text takes a European perspective in preparing students to make sound financial decisions at every stage of a business' life. For both graduate and undergraduate students in finance and management programs as well as aspiring entrepreneurs in any field.
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Comprehensive and authoritative, yet surprisingly easy to read15 January 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
While it's designed as a textbook, the conversational style of the book makes it remarkably enjoyable to read given the weight of the topic. Several chapters in I'm finding it informative and thorough, excellent for someone with some general business background but little accounting or financial experience (although judging by the chapter descriptions the latter part of the book offers plenty for those more experienced readers as well). As the authors point out in the introduction, there aren't really any other books that approach the topic of entrepreneurial finace holistically as a distinct topic, at least not from a global (as opposed to US-centric) view. In my opinion this is a great read and reference for anyone interested in how startups work on a financial level, whether as a founder, investor, startup employee, or interested party. A great window into a neglected but vital element of the tech company lifecycle.
Very insightful!15 January 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
It is a great textbook and also a worthwhile read. Having little to no entrepreneurial finance background, this book guided me through various concepts that are important to the entrepreneurs finding ways to finance their business. Luisa is a super star professor!
Stefan van der Putten
Highly recommended!6 February 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
This book is a great read! It comprehensively describes everything you need to know about new venture development in an understandable fashion, while shedding an academic light on the European market in particular. Various funding sources, processes, and typical documents are covered in depth, giving the reader a complete overview of entrepreneurial finance. I definitely recommend this book to aspiring entrepreneurs or whomever interested in business finance!