Financials for Founders (Part II)
Are you a little overwhelmed by the financial side of creating a new venture? Do you wish you understood finance better so that you could plan ahead and speak confidently to investors? Are you staring at the NVC application and don't know where to start?!
Join the Office of Innovation & Entrepreneurship for this session, where we will hear from Andy Levinson, who will give a high-level overview of the key topics that founders should be thinking about as they work through their numbers, and answer any questions you have. Content will be tailored to the New Venture Competition application requirements.
This session will focus on unit economics.
We will hold one more financial workshops that will focus on the following topics:
- Part III February 15th: Profit and Loss Statements
This session is open to ALL students, but it is strongly recommended for NVC participants.
NOTE: This event is restricted to the GW community. This session will also be recorded.
About the Speaker
Andy Levinson, an independent finance and accounting consultant, has 20 years of experience working with venture-backed technology and services companies in the Greater Washington area. He helps these companies address challenges in raising capital, financial modelling, sales forecasting, and operations. Andy holds a CPA, an MBA from Duke’s Fuqua School of Business and an undergraduate business degree from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. He lives in Bethesda, Maryland with his wife and two daughters.