Search results for: 'Enterprise value'
A Rose by any other name? Socially conscious investm … EC1-133-I
Private enterprise often financed by foreign capital is the most direct and lasting route to economic development and poverty reduction for countries at the bottom of the pyramid. However those investments and economic development itself also have potentially large negative effects on society and the natural environment which may or may not outweight their benefits. If an outside investor is seeking to be socially responsible while setting in motion the dynamics of development that would alleviate poverty how should it juggle these issues? This case presents the situation of a socially conscious private investment firm which is deciding whether to invest in a rose farm in Ethiopia.Academic Area:Economic Environment & Public Affairs
A radical innovation in the sky: aviation capital en … MK1-154-I
Aviation Capital Enterprise (ACE) is a Canadian Company that is planning to launch a radical innovation in the air transport industry: a hybrid airship that is like a "blimp" that offers large capacity transportation capability with significant fuel economy and reduced operating costs. Hybrid Airships can operate from existing infrastructure or with no infrastructure as they can take off and land in almost any location, and they require considerably less fuel than traditional transport options. ACE needs to define a Marketing Strategy and put together a Marketing Plan to launch this radical innovation.Academic Area:Marketing & Communications
Graph of a Perfectly Competitive Market EC2-109-I-M
This interactive tool explains the adjustment in short and long term of the market and the enterprise under the theory of perfect competition. It allows for the interaction of both dimensions and to see the equilibrium process in terms of profits losses prices and exchanged quantities.
The documentation includes graphs with explanations of the shifts as well as exercises with feedback.Academic Area:Economic Environment & Public Affairs
Company Valuation Through Ratios DF2-145-I-M
This interactive tutorial details the main ratios used in the financial world and their application in company valuations specifically the PER EV/EBITDA PER growth dividend yield and the price to book value.
As each of the ratios are explored their use in making company valuations across different sectors is shown. Students are then asked to make valuations for several companies using this method.
In addition a final exercise has been developed in which students have to make a company valuation using the discounted cash flow method as well as using the average PER and EV/EBITDA of the sector. The different results obtained are then compared with the price quoted on the stock market.Academic Area:Finance