Our core mission is to:
>Provide the best, affordable, accessible, quality business education and MBA level competency to the young and growing population of future entrepreneurs and job seekers in corporations and government institutions.
>Help entrepreneurs launch and succeed in their own businesses, learners to find gainful employment, and independent and employed professionals to foster their careers.
>Empower our students by providing knowledge and skills on the fundamentals of running solvent and profitable businesses.
Entreprenable Business Academy is dedicated to empower students, graduates, professionals, entrepreneurs and investors by demystifying the art of strategic financial management, and by doing this, to:
**Help graduates to find employment
**Help professionals achieve career development or promotion or success at their C-level job
**Help entrepreneurs launch their own business
**Help investors make the right investment decisions
8 training courses found
Online Enterprise Financial Management and Business Accounting course, EntreprenAble, designed to be 100% on the web from scratch (no downloads, no videos, no audio), self-study with tutoring support whenever needed , interactive (Accounting Lab, Business Game), MBA content quality , and student' active immersion and engagement . Learn in a short time critical skills in financial management and financial accounting using an innovative business teaching methodology.
6 hours of study will lead to improved solvency and profit planning for your business in the short and long run. This course helps you start a new business or achieve next level of success in your existing business.
The purpose of a business plan is to submit to lenders and potential investors the benefits, costs, market, technology, skilled personnel, and the financial advantages of a proposed investment in a business opportunity. The very important part of a business plan is a clear and sound financial forecast.
Contains a theoretical description of the fundamentals of accounting principles and recording procedures, double entry, the accounting equation and balance sheets, trial balances, income statements, cash flow statements for each typical transaction throughout the first four years of the activity of the firm. Financial statements provide information about the economic performance of a company which is of benefit to a wide range of users when making economic decisions.
On completion of this module you will able to implement investment decision analysis by running simulations based on: Cash flows for four years of operations of the firm The Time Value of Money – in theory and practice Present Value (PV) Net present value (NPV) Internal rate of return (IRR) Payback period Break-even point (B/E) “What if” scenarios for key variables under different levels of market share, unit prices, and cost reduction, all set up for achieving the above financial targets. The learning methodology is carried out by using the Financial Simulator applied to working and mastering “What if” scenarios.
This course offers extensive use of an online interactive AccountingLab. The teaching methodology is based on simulating the “real life” of a company, from launching its operations.
Command strategic planning by means of cash flows and projected Financial Statements varying capital, prices, market share, running expenses to achieve the key targets of: Minimum cash balances to be always able to pay suppliers, employees, marketing and promotion expenses, administrative expenses Profitability as measured by Payback Period, Return on Initial Capital (ROI), Return on Equity, Break Even Point Understanding of risk: find key data to judge businesses financial strength Understanding the business: improve your business performance with knowledge On completion you will able to carry out strategic financial management by implementing key policies of the firm aimed at securing the following financial objectives: Liquidity – to always have sufficient cash to cover future expenses Payback – the recovery of initial investment at a targeted date after launching business operations Profitability – Targeted values of Return on Initial Capital (ROIC) and Return on Equity (ROE) at given dates Break Even Point – signals the moment when the Firm stops making losses and starts generating profits at assumed revenue and cost You will practice simulations or “What if” scenarios under different values of unit prices, market share, operating expenses, bank loans and Supplier’s credits. After creating such scenarios, you must interpret their impact on financial statements.
Carry out strategic financial management, using the Business Game and prepare sound financials for your Business Plan, by implementing key financial policies of the firm aimed at securing the financial objectives of: (i) Liquidity, by having sufficient cash to cover future expenses; (ii) Payback, or the recovery of initial capital (initial investment by shareholders) at any given deadline, for instance, two years from start of operations; (iii) Profitability, Return on Initial Capital (ROIC) and Return on Equity (ROE); (iv) Break-even Point (B/E), the point at which the company stops losing money and starts generating profits; (v) The financial return of an investment made by the shareholders of the firm. The methodology of analysis estimates the profitability of an investment, based on the net cash flow over several years, making use of quantitative techniques: - NPV (Net Present Value) and - IRR (Internal Rate of Return).