Course Details

Finance for Business Survival is 7-module interactive online course.

Read on accounting theory and experiment to understand financial relationships. Once you get a grasp of the fundamentals, make strategic decisions to meet financial targets in the simulated "What If" scenarios.

Learn essential skills, from accounting and strategic financial management, to making financial projections and preparing a business plan for investment or a loan.

After you graduate, practice "What If" scenarios daily with the Lab. We will make new "What If" scenarios for a company in every industry, so you'll always be challenged to think outside the box.

Learn by doing

This course is as hands-on as running a real business. At the end, you will feel what it’s like to operate a thriving company with next-level profitability and liquidity. You’ll gain practical skills to survive any challenge.
Do hands-on practice in three simulated environments:


Gain different perspectives on the impact of 25 typical transactions every business goes through.


Grasp how all the financial statements are related through a window into 4 years of a company’s life.

Control Room

Think fast to solve tough problems in “What If” scenarios to ensure the survival of your business.

The Lab

Practice daily even after you graduate. Every month we'll simulate a company in a new industry in Foundry and Control Room. You can practice meeting financial targets in any situation.


Quizzes will guide you along the way and solidify your learning. Gain certificates of accomplishment to show your boss and the board.

Our Team


Co-Founder | Provost

Alberto drives the academic programmes and policies of Entreprenable Business Academy.

Alberto has dedicated 30 years to public procurement, financial management and development banking, in projects all over the world. Alberto is an internationally recognised trainer in public procurement and financial management. Alberto is an entrepreneur himself, having designed a contract management software which managed complex projects for major European governments.


Co-Founder | CEO

Albena drives the strategic vision and mission of Entreprenable Business Academy.

Albena has dedicated years to business development and strategy, organising content pipelines, and working with the authors throughout the whole content development process. She has been involved from the start in design and development of Entreprenable. She led the development and operations of a massive project contract management tool, leading it to over $1bn in project flow.


Co-Founder | Commercial Lead

Peter drives all commercial activity and is the student community’s point of contact.

Peter’s career started when he studied at University College London, where he founded an innovation programme for student entrepreneurs. He has since become an active member of the London startup scene, mainly focused on growth at tech companies. He most recently helped build a community of over 700 companies and 20 beta customers for the international trade tool Tallysticks.

Frequently Asked Questions

What jobs will this program prepare me for?

You will have a strong boost in a wide array of management, commercial and product-related jobs.

We believe in skills more than labels. This is what you’ll gain:

  • Business Owners – You will be able to achieve your company vision without running out of money, and all your employees could be trusted with a budget (if they enrol to Finance for Business Survival, too).
  • Managers and Team Members – You will be able to make day-to-day decisions about your teams and projects, while maintaining a budget and knowing when not to make an investment. Financial literacy will help you in every situation.
  • Recent Graduates – You will have full understanding of what a healthy business looks like, how to make a winning business plan and how to plan ahead.
  • Startup Founders – You will be able to make a profitable business plan, avoid hiring unnecessary commercial co-founders, make financial projections, and investors will be confident that you won’t lose their money (unlike most businesses).
  • Freelancers – You will have the skills to grow your operation, hire employees to handle more projects and plan ahead. Your service will become a business.
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