By Claudia Encinas There seems to be a rumour going around that creative minds and numbers don’t mix, and we are therefore afraid to even think about financial aspect of our various pursuits. Professor Cory Sandrock, however, proved to us that that isn’t always the case during his Economics of Creative Enterprises course for the
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By: Charlie Wein So, you have an innovative idea, strong networking, financial stability, and brand recognition; you’ve got a good business, which is…good, but how do make it great? Students in the Leadership for the Creative Enterprises program spent winter term with professor Cory Sandrock figuring out how to take a good business and make
By Nick Roman Many MSLCE students enter the program with a plethora of creative business ideas, but how do you convince investors to fund your project? This quarter, students learned how speak the language of finance through professor Cory Sandrock’s course, Economics of Creative Enterprises. Topics in economics, accounting, external finance needed (EFN), and valuation
Cory Sandrock, who teaches the Business of the Creative Sector, knows a lot about both finance and the arts. He is a Theatre graduate from Northwestern’s School of Communication and holds an MBA from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business. He has extensive experience in capital markets, strategic planning, financial analyses, commercial real estate,
by Benjamin Levine A crash-course in the language of business can be a tough sell for a group of students whose primary focus is on performance and entertainment. Finance is a difficult subject that many people are averse to, but it is essential to understand when starting a business or working in an administrative role.