qThis collection of 29 cases is designed for instructors who want to bring real situations into their entrepreneurial finance or management courses. Each case speaks to students who are planning to start companies or join venture capital/private equity firms, investment banks, or multinational companies. Students will learn about entrepreneurial issues by comparing and contrasting opportunities, financing contexts, valuation approaches, and entrepreneurs in the US and other countries. These case studies present a broad, integrated approach to entrepreneurial ventures. They not only consider a wide range of business models, but also the people and relationships that make them work.q--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights ReservedCase 28: Infosys: Financing an Indian Software Start-Up Excel Download at www .mhhe.com/kuemmerle: Infosys exhibits Case 29: Mandic BBS ... If you were an investor in Rent-A-Holiday, what would your concerns about the merger be? ... Murthy and his team need to decide whether to seek to list the companya#39;s shares on a U.S. stock exchange as well and, if yes, whether to list on NASDAQ or NYSE .
|Title||:||Case Studies in International Entrepreneurship|
|Publisher||:||Irwin Professional Pub - 2005|