Jonathan M. Tisch Center of Hospitality
Funding - Business Modeling and Finance
The objectives of the course are to build your skills, frameworks and knowledge in entrepreneurial finance. The skills and frameworks are similar to those employed in traditional corporate finance, but are, of necessity, more focused on cash flow, returns and recognizable value. The context of entrepreneurial finance is different than that of traditional corporate finance. Most companies are at a relatively early stage of maturity and, by definition, are not publicly listed on exchanges. Entrepreneurial Finance is of growing importance every year, both domestically and internationally.