Live Event – How to Analyze Any Business – 01-19-22 to 01-20-22
Does any of this sound familiar?
- “I don’t know where to start when analyzing a business”
- “Once I get into the numbers, I get completely lost”
- “I have a hard time figuring out what does and doesn’t matter”
Most people learn how to navigate the mass of information available for any Business through trial and error.
We’ll help you shortcut that process by distilling nearly two decades of experience analyzing Businesses into a simple framework that you can use to analyze any Business.
In this hands-on course, we work through a variety of real-life examples (from Retailers to Distributors to Software Companies) to help you both save time and look smart in interviews and on the job.
Don’t waste the next 10-15 years trying to figure this out.
Let us make it easy for you!
The session will be led by our founder, Mike Kimpel, a former Investment Banking, Private Equity, and Hedge Fund professional…and current Adjunct Professor in Columbia Business School’s Value Investing Program.
Not Your Typical Course
We put a ton of time and effort into ensuring that you have an interactive, enjoyable (yes…Business Analysis can be enjoyable!) experience in our live courses.
Session Cost: $125
Sitewide Pass members received a further 20% off this course.
Have questions? Email us at [email protected]
Frequently Asked Questions
This course is $125, but most Finance Training courses are $500-$1,000? What’s the catch?
No catch here. Our mission is to open access to Finance Careers to more people and we don’t think you should have to pay so much.
Will you limit capacity?
For this course, we’ll probably cap it at around 50 students which will allow us to answer your questions.
Will I get access to your Business Mechanics self-study course?
Yes. However, the self-study course won’t be available until Q1 of 2022. Thus far this has been a live-only course.
Will this help me with interviews?
ABSOLUTELY! One of the biggest struggles for students aiming for Finance is that they don’t have a simplified approach for analyzing Businesses.
As a result, they struggle when they are asked Business analysis questions in an interview that extend beyond the typical conceptual Finance Interview questions.
We get feedback nearly every day that our materials are some of the easiest to understand and that they helped our customers get a leg up in interviews.
Will this help me on the job?
Unquestionably! On the job, an Analyst’s finite resource is time. The faster you can get to the ‘answer’ and the better organized you are in your research process (and outputs!), the more valuable you will be as an Analyst.