Financial Modeling | Food & Beverages Sector : Starbucks

Learn projections, financial statements analysis, DCF valuations modeling of Starbucks

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Financial Modeling | Food & Beverages Sector : Starbucks

What You Will Learn!

  • Build P&L statements from a raw data extraction
  • Forecasting Financial Statement
  • Learn many important Finance functions in Microsoft Excel
  • Knowledge of all the essential Excel formulas required for Financial Analysis
  • Build valuation models from scratch


If you want to learn to create a financial model in Excel, check out this guide. It’ll walk you through creating a fully integrated financial model using Starbuck as an example for the historical years. Let us look at how one can build a financial model from scratch. This financial modeling course will provide a step-by-step guide to creating a financial model. The primary approach taken in this financial modeling guide is Modular. The modular system essentially means building core statements like income statements, balance sheets, and cash flows using different modules/sheets. When creating a financial model in Excel, paying close attention to details is essential. You must also know your way around Excel functions and tools. You cannot just build a financial model once and be over with it. As a result, you must keep tweaking and updating your financial model to ensure accuracy and reliability. The key focus is to prepare each statement step by step and connect all the supporting programs to the core statements on completion. We understand that this may not be clear now. However, you will realize this is very easy as we move forward.

To help you get started, we have developed a free financial model of Starbuck that you can download. There has been a lot written about learning financial modeling. However, most of the financial modeling pieces of training are the same. It goes beyond the usual gibberish and explores practical financial modeling used by Investment Bankers and Research Analysts. Financial models are usually built by finance professionals specializing in different areas of finance, like investment banking, equity research, credit research, risk analysis, and portfolio management. 

Who Should Attend!

  • Financial Analysts/ Managers who want to expand on the current set of skills
  • Graduates/Post Graduates/CA/CFA
  • Business and finance practitioners who are eager to improve their Excel and Financial Modeling skills



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