Entrepreneur Analysis Service


This Toolkit includes frameworks, tools, templates, tutorials, real-life examples and best practices to help you:

  • Create a robust business plan including sections such as “Problem to Solve & Solution”, “Mission, Vision & Strategic Objectives”, “Target Market”, “Market Analysis”, “Competitor Analysis”, “Marketing Plan”, “Business Structure”, and “Financial Plan”
  • Decide if you should introduce a new product based on desirability, feasibility and profitability
  • Build your 3 financial statements using our simple or sophisticated ready-made income statements, cash flow statements and balance sheets
  • Analyze the 3 financial statements and a company’s performance by leveraging key financial ratios such as efficiency ratios, solvency ratios, liquidity ratios, profitability ratios, leverage ratios and return on investment ratios
  • Build a “3 financial statement” model with different scenarios that will automatically update your income statements, cash flow statements and balance sheets
  • Value businesses based on the top 3 valuation methods: Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) Valuation Model, Precedent Transaction Analysis and Comparable Company Analysis
  • Build a strong business case to raise funds
  • Build simple and sophisticated financial models to estimate your venture financials: revenue, cost savings, cash flow, net present value (NPV), ROI, IRR, payback period, WACC, etc.
  • Understand how the Venture Capital (VC) industry works, and how venture capital firms decide which start-up they should fund
  • Understand the 6 phases of the venture capital process
  • Understand the growth stages and funding rounds of a successful start-up
  • Build a term sheet between an investor and a start-up including sections such as “Post-money valuation”, “Amount of the financing”, “Size of option pool”, “Vesting periods” and “Board representation”
  • Understand all the terms and pitfalls to avoid in a term sheet between an investor and a start-up
  • Create a monthly budget to monitor the expenses and the revenue of your venture
  • Prioritize a company’s potential initiatives based on impact and effort, and build your roadmap
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