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IOE 422 W2010 Class 18 033010

IOE 422 W2010 Class 18 033010 - Class#18 Funding Sources...

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Winter 2010 Kurt Skifstad ([email protected]) IOE 422 Entrepreneurship 1Class 12 – 1 Class 12 – 1 Class 10 – 1 Class #18 Funding Sources Presenting the Plan, Project 2 Stuff Kurt Skifstad [email protected] Class18– 1
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Winter 2010 Kurt Skifstad ([email protected]) IOE 422 Entrepreneurship 2Class 17– 2 Class 15– 2 Administrative Homework due MONDAY, April 5 Marketing Plan Market segmentation, sizing Go-to-market plan (working) Marketing strategy Sales model Funding needs (working) Submit your homework as a rough draft of your business plan, including the products of your previous homework and the additional work you have done. Class 18– 2
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Winter 2010 Kurt Skifstad ([email protected]) IOE 422 Entrepreneurship 3Class 17– 3 Class 15– 3 Administrative (2) Doug Neal, entrepreneur – Thursday (4/1) Doug Neal, professor – Tues (4/6), Thurs (4/8) Class 18– 3
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Winter 2010 Kurt Skifstad ([email protected]) IOE 422 Entrepreneurship Startup Adventures Update 4Class 17– 4
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Winter 2010 Kurt Skifstad ([email protected]) IOE 422 Entrepreneurship Types of Funding Debt capital – money borrowed that must be returned at a specified time with specified terms (eg. interest) Equity capital – money given to the firm in exchange for ownership of a portion of the firm at specified terms 5Class 17– 5
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Winter 2010 Kurt Skifstad ([email protected]) IOE 422 Entrepreneurship Investment Stages Seed / Startup – refine concept, complete team, initial product / prototype Development (Series A) – product development / prototype, ready for launch Growth (Series B) – Launch and growth Maturity (IPO, etc) 6Class 17– 6
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Winter 2010 Kurt Skifstad ([email protected]) IOE 422 Entrepreneurship Sources of Funding
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