Directors and executives must understand the macroeconomic context and the socio-economic factors that affect the business environment in which they make decisions.
Familiy businesses are at the heart of most countries in the world, with a significant contribution to GDP and employment. However, most of the evidence shows that it is increasingly difficult for a family business to get passed on successfully from generation to generation.
This course is primarily designed for students who plan to get involved with a new venture at some point in their career -- as a founder, early employee, advisor or investor. However, the course is also appropriate for students interested in gaining a broader view of the financing landscape for young firms, going beyond the basics of venture capital and angel financing to look at venture debt, bank finance, corporate venture capital and receivables.
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