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Entrepreneurship in Biotechnology. Columbia University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences BIOT 4180. Week 5. Funding. The Funding Cycle. Financial Projections (from business plan). Addressable market Market size Revenue projections Product life cycle Market exclusivity

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Entrepreneurship in biotechnology

Entrepreneurship in Biotechnology

Columbia University

Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

BIOT 4180

Columbia University GSAS BIOT 4180


Week 5

Week 5

Funding

Columbia University GSAS BIOT 4180


The funding cycle

The Funding Cycle

Columbia University GSAS BIOT 4180


Financial projections from business plan

Financial Projections(from business plan)

  • Addressable market

    • Market size

    • Revenue projections

  • Product life cycle

  • Market exclusivity

  • Terminal value

  • Discounted cash flow calculations

Columbia University GSAS BIOT 4180


Entrepreneurship in biotechnology

  • The ability to borrow money depends in large part on the accuracy with which you can predict future cash flows


Discounted cash flow

Discounted Cash Flow

Columbia University GSAS BIOT 4180


Time horizons for positive cash flow generation

Time horizons for positive cash flow generation

  • Service business

  • Franchises

  • Software

  • Light manufacturing

  • Heavy manufacturing

  • Exploration

  • R&D, regulation

Columbia University GSAS BIOT 4180


Funding cycle

Funding cycle

  • Seed capital

  • Angel investors

  • Venture capital

    • Early stage

    • Late stage

  • Public offerings

  • Non dilutive funds

    • Grants

    • Business development: cash from partnerships

  • Product revenues and profit

Columbia University GSAS BIOT 4180


Entrepreneurship in biotechnology

Columbia University GSAS BIOT 4180


Entrepreneurship in biotechnology

Columbia University GSAS BIOT 4180


Entrepreneurship in biotechnology

Columbia University GSAS BIOT 4180


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