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About the Course

By the end of this 1-hour long guided project, you will be able to create well-structured financial projections for your start-up idea to be used to attract investors. Firstly, you will learn how to calculate sales projections for your start-up . Afterwards, you will learn how to calculate start-up expenses and finally create a profit and loss statement. This guided project is for beginners in the field of entrepreneurship, especially the ones who don’t have a business academic background . It gives the learner a simple introduction about how to make financial analysis for an early stage start-up. Familiarity with Google Sheets is needed and entrepreneurship principles knowledge is recommended. Completion of the project named “Business Model Canvas and Start-up Funding for Early-stage Start-ups” would enable you to be more familiar with business model concepts that can be directly linked to this project financial analysis. Note: This project works best for learners who are based in the North America region. We’re currently working on providing the same experience in other regions....
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1 - 6 of 6 Reviews for Financial Projections for Early Stage Start-ups

By Glenda d C

Nov 14, 2020

Thank you, Department of Science and Technology Philippines and Mr Noel Ajoc. I recommend this learning course if you are in the early stage of your small busines and looking on how to have a guided financial projection. One hour session may not be enough but you will have a glimse of what you need. Finanacial Planning is important before you materialize your business idea, and this one is perfect. Thanks Coursera!

By JOGAR B T

Jan 13, 2021

Very informative! Great course!

By Shoshana X

Jan 25, 2021

Very practical and informative!

By Paraskevi P

Feb 5, 2021

It is an interesting and helpful course. But I would like to mention that there is a mistake in OPEX excel sheet... You have add the amount of Allowance to the Total Sales Expenses ONLY IN THE COLUMN OF THE FIRST MONTH. And that's why the rest of the calculations are not right. Thank you.

By Shraddha S

Mar 1, 2021

Good session!

By Sajjad H S

Dec 15, 2020

Not well organized and no in-depth discussion. Poor English.