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CAS in Entrepreneurial Leadership in Technology Ventures Information
Start: Every Autumn Semester and Spring Semester.

Duration: 12 months. It is possible to join the programme at the beginning of each semester.
Core Knowledge
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
373-0103-00LNew Venture Finance Restricted registration - show details
Only for CAS in Entrepreneurial Leadership in Technology Ventures.
O1 credit1GB. Clarysse
AbstractThis module highlights the different funding options for technology ventures such as business angels, accelerators, venture capitalists and crowd funding. It zooms into the professional management of the interrelations with institutional and corporate venture capital investors. Other subjects are early stage valuation, dilution, founder equity and important aspects of shareholder agreements.
ObjectiveThis modules enables participants
-To understand different valuation methods such as multiple valuation, Understand how staging influences valuation
-To make fundamental trade-offs when involving outside investors and understand the basic components in a term sheet
-Understand to what extent the term sheet benefits an investor or an entrepreneur.
373-0104-00LLegal Aspects of Starting & Growing a Business Restricted registration - show details
Only for CAS in Entrepreneurial Leadership in Technology Ventures.
O1 credit1GT. Brenner
AbstractThis module helps build a specific understanding of the immediate regulatory environment in Switzerland and zooms into specific aspects of tax law, employment regulations, etc. that will be relevant for the build-​up of a new legal entity in Switzerland. 
ObjectiveThis module enables participants:
- To develop competence and confidence in making important formal decisions when setting up their business and understanding the far-​reaching implications of those decisions (e.g., location, tax, legal form, etc.)
- To understand key terms and financial implications of important venture operations (e.g. payroll, social security, insurances, ESOPs & incentive plans)
- To lay the foundations and prepare for growth and expansion (e.g., international contracting, legal aspects of the Board of Directors, SLAs).
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