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Innovation and entrepreneurship are powered by venture capital and private equity. But how do these funds work – and how can you make the most of them? This two-day programme for investors and financially-savvy entrepreneurs has the answers. You’ll live and learn how VC/PE companies are structured – and how to do deals with them. You’ll become familiar with finance models and term sheets. And you’ll gain the skills and tools you need to take the leap into valuing ventures and constructing deals.
This programme consists of four models that combine real-life cases, simulations and toolkits to give you an immersive learning experience. You can either participate on campus or online. You simply choose whether you’d like to take part 100% on campus, or 100% online in real-time. Whichever format you select, you’ll find the learning experience immersive, practical and thought-provoking.
In previous editions, we had the pleasure of welcoming participants from companies like:
CFO at Incofin Investment Management CVA
This programme is specifically aimed at financial executives who are directly or indirectly involved with VC/PE. I particularly appreciated the interaction and knowledge sharing between colleagues, guest speakers and professors – and discussing real life cases.
Professor of Entrepreneurship