Accounting and Finance

Indian Institute of Management Bangalore

The overall objective of the course is to build financial acumen to make you a successful entrepreneur or manager. You will learn: 1. Financial statement analysis, 2. Cost management, 3. Financial Management

Corporate Finance

Indian Institute of Management Bangalore

Learn the ideas, concepts and tools managers use to make the right financial decisions.

Entrepreneurship 4: Financing and Profitability

University of Pennsylvania

Skills you will gain: 1. Venture Capital, 2. Exit Strategy, 3. Finance, 4. Entrepreneurship.

Finance Essentials

Imperial College London

Discover how to use fundamental finance tools in both management and MBA learning contexts and understand common financial situations faced in everyday life.

Financial Accounting Made Fun: Eliminating Your Fears

Babson College

In this you will learn: 1. How primary financial statements are constructed and what types of information is captured in each statement, 2. How cash and profits can differ and how to use that information to effectively manage growth, 3. How to calculate key performance ratios and use those metrics to evaluate the performance of your business, 4. How to create a financial forecast that you can use to better manage your business and to present to potential investors and creditors

Financial Analysis for Decision Making

Babson College

In this course, you will discover a variety of options for funding your business and how to successfully negotiate financial opportunities. You will learn how to value and evaluate ideas to determine the appropriate benefits and costs in order to screen them correctly. Finally, you will learn how to value a business and the securities you can use to potentially fund your organization.

Financial Wisdom for Entrepreneurs

Mihir Desai

Mihir Desai from Harvard Business School teaches why Entrepreneurs don't want to learn finance and why we really should. It's the number one reason businesses fail, are you paying attention? Learn how to illuminate finance within your business.

Introduction to Investments

Indian Institute of Management Bangalore

Learn about equity markets and security valuation.

Legal and Accounting Basics for Startups

Stanford University

There's a lot that goes behind the scenes in running a startup. Getting the legal, finance (equity allocation, vesting), accounting, and other overhead right will save you a lot of pain in the long run. Kirsty Nathoo, CFO at Y Combinator, and Carolynn Levy, General Counsel at Y Combinator, cover these very important topics in this lecture.

Personal Finance, Part 1: Investing in Yourself

Wellesley College

Learn how to incorporate financial considerations into your life decisions and become an effective consumer of financial information.

Startup Secrets: Funding Strategies to Go the Distance

Harvard Innovation Labs

In this session we'll explore the options and help you think through not just your initial funding but a trajectory to stay funded until you've reached your goal, be that an independent public company or a self-sustaining social venture. We'll also try to remove the mystique of VC and as usual bring some case examples to bear to bring it all to life.

Understanding Venture Capitalists: How to Get Money for Your Start Up

RWTH Aachen University, Germany

Learn the secrets of successful startup fundraising from veteran entrepreneurs and venture capitalists.

Unlocking Investment and Finance in Emerging Markets and Developing Economies (EMDEs)

World Bank Group

To achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030, an estimated $4.5 trillion per year in additional investment and finance in EMDEs will need to be mobilized. This free online course assesses global efforts and innovations by international investors, multilateral development banks and policymakers to unlock massive investment opportunities in EMDEs, while also tackling some of the world’s most pressing development challenges of our time.