Don’t miss this ESADE Alumni interactive webinar ''Financing Entrepreneurial Ventures'' by Alexandra Dawson, associate professor at the John Molson School of Business.
This webinar focuses on understanding the challenge of finding finance that businesses face during their lifecycle. Finding suitable and sufficient financial resources is a key challenge for entrepreneurs because of the limited availability of such resources. Entrepreneurs’ choice of finance is also affected by a variety of aims and motives, for example, fear of losing control of their business. Topics to be addressed will include the types of financing available; the pros and cons of types of funding; and the key factors involved in striking deals between entrepreneurs and finance providers.
Remember, you can:
- Access the webinar wherever you are from a mobile device* or computer providing you have a loudspeaker and an internet connection.
- Interact with the speaker by asking questions via a real-time chat during the presentation of the session.
*If you use a mobile device, you must download the app to access the webinar platform.
A few days before the workshop we will email you a personal and non-transferable access URL to enable to you follow the workshop live and take part in it. Webinar times are GMT+01:00, Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid and Paris. Find out what time the workshop will take place in your time zone by clicking on the link in this email.
Alexandra Dawson is an associate professor at the John Molson School of Business (Concordia University) in Montreal, Canada. She has a PhD in Management and Business Administration from Bocconi University and an MSc Econ from the London School of Economics. She is currently a visiting professor at ESADE. Dawson’s teaching and research are in the areas of entrepreneurship and family business. She is the Director of the National Bank Initiative in Entrepreneurship and Family Business which supports research carried out by students and faculty, and the Director of the Concordia Small Business Consulting Bureau, a team of select MBA students offering business consulting services to entrepreneurs and business owners. Prior to her academic career, Dawson was a manager with a boutique strategy consulting firm in London, advising private equity firms and helping them evaluate the commercial viability of potential investments.