Hes Personal Trainiing Essay

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UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA I.H. ASPER SCHOOL OF BUSINESS DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE FIN 3470 (A01) – 15096 Small Business Finance Fall 2010 – Mondays and Wednesdays (1:00 PM – 2:15 PM) DRAKE CENTRE 136 Professor: Shishir Singh Office: 672 Drake Telephone: 474-9783 E-mail: singh7@cc.umanitoba.ca Office Hours: 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM Mondays and Wednesdays, and by appointment COURSE OBJECTIVE: The objective of this course is to enable students to use finance and accounting theory, techniques, and procedures in preparing a business plan and solving financial management problems of small businesses. This course seeks to develop deeper understanding of the financial aspects and issues regarding a small business. Towards this aim, the course is based on analyzing case studies in Entrepreneurial Finance and by analyzing business plan, cash flows, financial statements, need for initial financing and during expansion, capital budgeting, and valuation analysis, the student will gain a solid foundation of the financial concepts necessary for the running of a small business. COURSE DESCRIPTION This course is designed around using a combination of introductory lectures, class discussion of cases and case presentations by students. This course relies upon basic skills acquired in introductory finance and accounting courses. Additional concepts, practices, procedures, and techniques are introduced during case discussions. The course involves active student participation that will lead to greater learning from the instructor as well as fellow student case discussion and presentations. REQUIRED TEACHING MATERIAL : A set of relevant case studies bound in a single package is available for purchase from the University of Manitoba Bookstore. GRADING AND EXAMINATIONS: Final grades are based on the student’s weighted mark and performance relative to other students. Business Plan Project

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