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by Allan L. Riding,Barbara J. Orser

  • ISBN: 0471642088
  • Category: Money & Business
  • Author: Allan L. Riding,Barbara J. Orser
  • Subcategory: Management & Leadership
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons; 1 edition (September 18, 1997)
  • Pages: 312 pages
  • FB2 size: 1320 kb
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Creative Financing For Canadian Entrepreneurs. Allan L Riding, Barbara J Orser, John Wiley.

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Barbara Orser has published in academic and trade publications applying insights from finance and . In 1994, she and Allan Riding created a new resource for students studying financing in Canada

Barbara Orser has published in academic and trade publications applying insights from finance and globalization. In 1994, she and Allan Riding created a new resource for students studying financing in Canada. A study she co-authored with Riding found that while women and men businessowners in Canada both applied for financing, only women rarely applied for equity financing. Unlocking the Power of Women Entrepreneurs (2015) with Catherine Elliott and the Founding Chair of the Canadian Taskforce for Women's Business Growth (2009-2011). by Allan L. Riding, Barbara J. Orser

Creative Financing For Canadian Entrepreneurs. Orser. Published September 18, 1997 by John Wiley & Sons.

Beyond The Banks: Creative Financing For Canadian Entrepreneurs. My husband’s books were to me as so many children, so to speak, and each in turn should have its place in these recollections

Beyond The Banks: Creative Financing For Canadian Entrepreneurs. My husband’s books were to me as so many children, so to speak, and each in turn should have its place in these recollections. There is attached to one and all some tender remembrance and unforgotten episode. It was Conrad’s unfailing custom to make me a present when each book was finished, and those presents varied in money value according to the state of our finances. Sometimes a promise was. all that was possible - a promise to be redeemed later by some stroke of fortune or lucky find in some unexpected place.

This book arms readers with hard-to-find information on what kinds of financing are avail.

BJ Orser, AL Riding, K Manley. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 30 (5), 643-665, 2006. L Fabowale, B Orser, A Riding. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 19 (4), 41-65, 1995. Opting for growth: Gender dimensions of choosing enterprise development. Myths and realities: An empirical study of banks and the gender of small business clients. GH Haines Jr, BJ Orser, AL Riding. Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences/Revue Canadienne des Sciences d. 1999.

fr Elle s'est vue décerner des prix nationaux et internationaux pour ses recherches sur la prise de décisions au sein des entreprises, de même que sur l'essor et le financement de la petite entreprise.

Entrepreneurial finance is the study of value and resource allocation, applied to new ventures. It addresses key questions which challenge all entrepreneurs: how much money can and should be raised; when should it be raised and from whom; what is a reasonable valuation of the startup; and how should funding contracts and exit decisions be structured. Depending on the industry and aspirations of the entrepreneur(s) they may need to attract money to fully commercialize their concepts.

Beyond the Banks is a practical guide to obtaining capital not only from the big banks, but also from other little-known sources such as venture capital, partners and business "angels," suppliers and customers. This book arms readers with hard-to-find information on what kinds of financing are available, and where to find them.

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