Raising Capital

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Tres maneras de levantar activos a corto plazo
Prestamos a corto plazo
Anticipos de clientes

Tres maneras de levantar activos a corto plazo
Prestamos a corto plazo
Anticipo de clientes proveedores

Capital de Trabajo: maximizar el valor de la empresa; manejo total de activos circulantes; inversión de una empresa en activos a corto plazo; herramienta necesaria para poder operar; neto (activos – pasivos); bruto (cuentas por cobrar, inventario)

Capital de trabajo: maximizar el valor de la empresa, manejo total de los activos circulantes; inversión de una empresa en activos a corto plazo; herramienta necesaria para poder operar; neto (activos – pasivos); bruto (cuentas por cobrar, inventario)

Capital de Trabajo: maximizar el valor de una empresa; manejo total de los activos circulantes; inversión de una empresa en activos a corto plazo; herramienta necesaria para poder operar; neto (activos – pasivos); bruto (cuentas por cobrar, inventario)

Capital de Trabajo: maximizar el valor de una empresa; manejo total de los activos circulantes; herramienta necesaria para poder operar; inversión de una empresa en activos a corto plazo; neto (activos - pasivos); bruto (cuentas por cobrar, inventario)

Capital de trabajo: maximizar el valor de una empresa, mejo total de los activos circulantes; herramienta necesaria para poder operar; inversión de la empresa en activos a corto plazo; neto (activos – pasivos); bruto: ( inventario, cuentas por cobrar)

Capital de Trabajo: herramienta necesaria para poder operar; maximizar el valor de la empresa; manejo total de todos los activos circulantes, inversión de la empresa en activos a corto plazo; neto (activos – pasivos); bruto (inventario, cuentas por cobrar)

Ventajas y desventajas de un inventario adecuado, excesivo, suficiente
Los inventarios son necesarios para poder operar, si no hay…...

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