Case | HBS Case Collection | December 1993 (Revised June 2000)

Kochman, Reidt + Haigh, Inc.

by Richard S. Ruback and Roy Burstin

Abstract

A small company faces the dilemma of how to finance growth (i.e., internally generated cash flows vs. outside financing sources). An innovative concept positions the company in promoting a niche within the kitchen-cabinet industry and in looking for an optimal way of leveraging that concept for fast growth.

Keywords: Cash Flow; Business Growth and Maturation; Entrepreneurship; Corporate Finance; Growth and Development Strategy; Consumer Products Industry; Utilities Industry;

Citation:

Ruback, Richard S., and Roy Burstin. "Kochman, Reidt + Haigh, Inc." Harvard Business School Case 294-056, December 1993. (Revised June 2000.)