E-commerce Store Financial Model
Originally published: 21/10/2019 15:48
Last version published: 06/11/2019 11:16
Publication number: ELQ-48940-2
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E-commerce Store Financial Model

This Financial Model is specifically built for those Startups/SME's who have e-commerce stores in Market Places.

This Financial Model is for Startups & SME's who are seeking a Financial Model for their RETAIL or E-COMMERCE Store located in MULTIPLE MARKETPLACES.

How to Use It:

You just need to fill only ORANGE CELLS in the INPUT SHEET.

Add Company Name 
Add Currency Name 
Add Market Place Names
Add Revenue Model Key Drivers
Change Expenses Details

Below are the reports in the Financial Model 
Discounted Cash Flow Valuation: Includes various exit valuation methods.

Break-Even: Shows the amount of annual revenue needed to break even each year based on the total variable costs and fixed costs (also shows the number of months needed to break even (leveraged / non-leveraged

Income Statement: Yearly and month-wise income statement, cells are created in such a way that any change will have an impact on others.
Balance sheet

Project Evaluation: Net Present Value (NPV) is the value of all future Cash Flows(positive and negative) over the entire life of an investment discounted to the present. This model includes Capital Raised, Desired Return, Interest Rate, Net Income, Total Investment, WACC, Loan, Burn Analysis and Tax rate

Metrics:  Earnings Before Interest, Taxes and is a metric used to evaluate a company’s operating performance linked with the income statement and other sheets

Depreciation and Amortization: Three-year projection of depreciation and amortization.
Sales Forecast
Inventory Analysis 

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Further information

1. To analyze the Investment required
2. To analyse the Account Receivables
3. To analyse the Inventory required to Purchase (Monthly or Annually)
4. To analyse the Profitability
5. To analyse the Cash burn of the Company
6. To analyse the Assets and Equity
7. To calculate the NPV, IRR and Investment required
8. To analyse the Loan required for Inventory

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