Financial Modeling

Understanding Financial Projections; Structuring Your Statement of Financial Position (Balance Sheet), Income or Loss Statement and Cash Flow.
  • When Warren Buffett invests in a company, he makes holistic decisions about the quality of the business as if he is buying the whole thing and not simply a decision about the direction the stock might move. When building a financial model, a similar philosophy applies. Before breaking the business into discrete pieces and asking yourself which direction each will go, first look at the business as a whole and understand both what you as an organization are trying to accomplish as well as what the intended use of the model and startup financial projections you are building will be.

  • KEY TAKEAWAYS

    • Get your startup finance straight and ready for Investment
  • WHO SHOULD ATTEND

    This course is designed for Individuals, entrepreneurs, employees, politicians, professionals or organizations who wish to become a professional speaker and win pitches on the global stage.

    • DATE | DURATION | TUITION
      • January - December, 2018 Specific dates will be communicated to you once registered
      • 3 DAYS
      • ₦79,999 Naira or $249,99 USD, Discount may apply, contact us for more information.
      ₦79,999
  • QUOTE

     

     “What you sell impacts people.

    How much you charge impacts people.
    People will develop technology for you.
    People will run your company.
    People will sell your products.
    People will fund your venture.
    You can and will design your business for those people.”

    …Cynthia Mene I CEO Inspire Africa

  • KEY TOPICS

  •  1. How to Build Your Startup Financial Model

    A good financial model consists to two things:

    1. Well thought out projections about the future of the business
    2. A properly structured, understandable, and dynamic spreadsheet 

     

     3. Income or Loss Statement and Cash Flow

    The cash flow statement, measures the sources of a company’s cash and its uses of cash over a specific time period. The income statement, measures a company’s financial performance, such as revenues, expenses, profits or losses over a specific time period.

  •  2. Structuring Your Statement of Financial Position Projecting Expenses and Revenues

    • One-Time Expenses
    • Variable Expenses

    Revenue
    Revenue or a sales forecast can be challenging to predict. · Revenue doesn’t just happen, it is driven. It follows the law of cause and effect. · When forecasting revenue, it is important to understand the drivers of your revenue

    Balance Sheet
    The Balance Sheet displays a company’s assets, liabilities and shareholders’ equity at a specific point in time. · Assets – what a company owns · Liability – what a company owes · Shareholders’ Equity – the amount invested in the company by share

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