Develop And Implement Diversity Policy Assignment

Posted By Admin @ Feb 28, 2022

CONTENTS

RESUME

INTRODUCTION.................................................................................................6

CHAPTER 1 THEORETICAL AND METHODICAL BASIC OF

STARTUP INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT...................................................18

1.1 Investing in startups as an object of research....................................................28

1.2 Features and problems of Startup Investment Management.............................38

1.3 Concept of attracting investors to finance Startup Business.............................42

CHAPTER 2 ANALYSIS AND ASSESSMENT OF PROJECT.....................59

2.1 Analysis of entrepreneurial ecosystem in Ukraine...........................................61

2.2 Assessment of project target market (customers and competitors) .................64

2.3 Forecast of needs in real investments for project promotion to the market (Risk Management) .........................................................................................................66

CHAPTER 3 STARTUP INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT MODELING.........................................................................................................67

3.1 Startup project scheduling................................................................................23

3.2 Startup team building.......................................................................................24

3.3 Business Model development..........................................................................26

CHAPTER 4 MANAGEMENT TOOLS OF INVESTORS ATTRACTING....................................................................................................27

4.1 Writing a Business Plan and Executive Summary..........................................27

4.2 Creation of Professional Presentation.............................................................38

4.3 Pitching essentials: how to pitch a project to investors..................................39

CONCLUSIONS.................................................................................................43

BIBLIOGRAPHY...............................................................................................45

ANNEXES............................................................................................................47

INTRODUCTION

Times have changed for startup businesses and investors. Investors today have gained access to a broader range of investment opportunities. Specifically speaking, more investors are investing their money in startups with a promising future.

To commence with investor plays a vital role in a startup, although they too get their benefits depending on the successful functioning of a startup. They support as a backbone to the entrepreneur. Issues which an investor would help to resolve are as follows:

• they will provide capital to start the business;

• they assist in business-plan for a startup;

• they are profit oriented hence they will ensure that capital is invested in the correct way;

• they aim at long term benefits and attempt to create goodwill of the company in the market which would further attract more investor to invest and thereby, increasing the capital inflow;

• they help in earning maximum profit with least damages and losses (basically risk management) thereby generating surplus and revenue for the socio- economic development of a country.

Getting investors to work with new startup is just the beginning of the entrepreneur/investor relationship. Investors want to see a lot of things, but they don’t want to startup team lose their money. They have a vested interest in the development and progress of startup if they invested in it.

Entrepreneurs should know that investors are looking for startup owners who are organized, responsible and transparent. In addition - who are clear, concise and consistent. A telecommunications relay service (TRS) also known as IP-relay or relay service is very attractive for investors in many countries.

TRS aids in communication of people with speech and hearing impairment to other people through communication assistance. It offers voice carry-over and hearing carry-over which is through the communication assistant (CA) to allow the impaired communicant to relay and receive messages through the standard telephone.