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  1. Estructura óptima de capital DF2-161-M

    This interactive tutorial explains the concept of the optimal financial mix. Through animations interactive graphs and very simple exercises students will understand and apply this concept.

    At the end of the tutorial a practical multimedia case is included where students must find the optimal financial mix for maximizing the value of the investment projects.

    Academic Area:
    Finance
  2. BBVA SI1-126-M

    BBVA – The Web 2.0 Innovation (Re)-Evolution provides details of the bank’s Innovation and Transformation journey that began in 2007. This case focuses specifically on the Web 2.0 applications that BBVA developed during this period and the part they played in the company's strategy.

    This case is organized through a timeline with video interviews which allow students to review the situation of the company before the Innovation and Transformation journey as well as to consider the challenges that this plan may bring in the future.

    Academic Area:
    Digital Technologies & Data Science | Innovation
  3. BBVA SI1-126-I-M

    BBVA – The Web 2.0 Innovation (Re)-Evolution provides details of the bank’s Innovation and Transformation journey that began in 2007. This case focuses specifically on the Web 2.0 applications that BBVA developed during this period and the part they played in the company's strategy.

    This case is organized through a timeline with video interviews which allow students to review the situation of the company before the Innovation and Transformation journey as well as to consider the challenges that this plan may bring in the future.

    Academic Area:
    Digital Technologies & Data Science | Innovation
  4. Turrones del Mediterráneo (A) DF1-138-A-I-M

    In this practical case students assume the role of Finance Manager of the Turrones del Mediterráneo company. Students will work through three sections completing the following tasks: the monthly forecasts of the profit and loss account and the balance sheet the analysis of the working capital and the preparation of the cash budget.

    The three parts of this multimedia documentation can be studied individually or together in sequence. Each section contains downloadable Excel files with templates.

    Academic Area:
    Finance
  5. Turrones del Mediterráneo (C) DF1-138-C-I-M

    In this practical case the student assumes the role of Finance Manager of the Turrones del Mediterráneo company. Students will work through the three parts by completing the following tasks: the monthly forecasts of the profit and loss account and the balance sheet the analysis of the working capital and the preparation of the cash budget. The three parts of this multimedia documentation can be studied individually or together in sequence. Each section contains downloadable Excel files with templates.

    Academic Area:
    Finance
  6. ANALYZING THE NONMARKET ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS:THE … DE2-114-I

    This technical note introduces a framework for analyzing the nonmarket enviornment of business, i.e. the social, political, regulatory and legal context in which the firm operates.

    Academic Area:
    Strategy | Entrepreneurship | Marketing & Communications
  7. Financial Forecasts DF2-105-I-M

    This interactive tutorial teaches students the procedures that need to be followed to make financial forecasts. This multimedia resource comprises brief theoretical explanations graphs and an interactive exercise. The exercise will be solved step-by- step as students advance through the program starting with an analysis of the historical data and finishing with the calculation of the funds required.

    At the end of this multimedia tool a sensitivity analysis allows students to identify the changes in their forecasts (funds needed or excess funds) that would have occurred had some of the important variables been modified. For example increases or decreases in the cost of goods sold changes in the average collection period of clients changes in the average payment period to suppliers etc.

    Academic Area:
    Finance
  8. Terracycle (B6) Grupo 6: Venture Capital (B6) GE1-117-B6

    This case walks readers through the history of TerraCycle, an environmentally friendly company launched by two Princeton students that faced many financial hardships and setbacks over the years.

    Szaky and Beyer, founders of TerraCycle, just won one million dollars in a business plan competition organized by a venture capital firm called Carrot Capital. Their business was based on using worms to eat organic waste, creating a waste management company that earned money by collecting waste and processing it into fertilizer. Prior to the competition, the company had been struggling. It had been running off $60,000 from family and friends and from other business plan competitions with few resources, no money to hire real employees, no factory and no scale. Shortly after winning the competition, Carrot Capital’s managing partner told the founders that although he loved their business idea, they would need to tone down the product’s environmental identity and bring in real professionals. This made the founders wonder if accepting the money would mean having to change the core of their green business.

    They had tried to get funding before by sending their business plan to many venture capital firms but they only received rejection letters. In addition, they could not find anyone who would pay them to take their garbage and no one was interested in buying the worm poop. Eventually, they hired a CEO with 20 years of experience who began recruiting board members with relevant experience. But since their business was still not profitable, they ended up changing their business model and started focusing on home users. They realized that home users may not want to have direct contact with the product, and spent time turning it into a sprayable indoor plant food instead. Following their eco-friendly mission, the company decided to “upcycle” by packaging their product in used plastic bottles. Although the company had the idea, product and packaging figured out, they were still in desperate need of funding. The company had to decide if they were going to join up with Carrot Capital, search for angel investors, go back to friends and family or try to find a partnership with the competition. They had to decide how to tailor the pitch to each group and to think about whether any funding would result from all the time and effort since their time was running out.

    Seeing the market potential for Terracycle - a fertilizer product made from worm castings - this part b is a roleplay that puts students into the position of potential investors or the founding member of the company. Each player must make a pitch in the best interest of the role they have been assigned.

    Academic Area:
    Entrepreneurship
  9. Entrepreneuring @ IE GE1-116-I

    This case provides details about three different projects developed by IE students through the Venture Lab. Students are asked to evaluate each project and to look at the pros and cons of each project. Each project includes a section on the idea, target market, business model, industry analysis and team. Exhibits and annexes with charts and tables are also included to provide further information.

    Academic Area:
    Entrepreneurship
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