Financial Modeling Basics

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Financial Modeling Basics

Looking to raise money while running your business more efficiently? Basics of Financial Modeling, taught by Troy Henikoff of MATH Ventures, will explore how to build, manage, and scale your business's financial model. ** Registration will close down on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26th, so you are able to complete the required pre-class assignment by SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27th. **

date
Tuesday, October 29, 2019
time
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM (Central Standard Time)
venue
mHUB Event Space
location
mHub 965 W Chicago Ave, Chicago, IL 60642 Get Directions
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Pre-class assignment required for attendance. Assignment will be sent out to registered participants one week prior to the class and is it due on SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27th. ** Registration will close down on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26th, so you are able to complete the required pre-class assignment by SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27th. **

Looking to raise money while running your business more efficiently? Financial modeling basics will explore how to build, manage, and scale your business's financial model. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Build your very own financial model. 
  • Understand how to make financially informed decisions on fundraising, hiring, and growing your business. 
  • Continuously validate that your product is a viable business with market fit. 

Pre-Class Assignment: 

Assignment from Troy (in his words):
• Spend 15 minutes in Google figuring out WTF a "Financial Model" is

• Spend 15 minutes thinking about why it would be valuable for YOUR business and specifically what you want to model (hint: having the right "unit model" is KEY to making it all work)

• Spend 60 - 90 minutes building a financial model for your business. (Please do NOT use a template, but build your model from scratch with the inputs and outputs YOU think are most valuable, in the end, it will save you a LOT of time. I always start from scratch, I never even re-use my own models as I have learned the hard way that re-working an old model takes longer to get right than starting with a clean slate.)


• Send it to Troy (troy.henikoff@MATHVenturePartners.com) by 3:00pm on Sunday, 10/27!



Financial Modeling Basics
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