Students will learn about the theory and practice of entrepreneurship as well as determinants of entrepreneurial success by developing a business or organizational plan to bring their “proposed” product to market, to achieve a local community or social development objective, to learn how to secure funding for a new venture creation through individual and / or collective entrepreneurship. This course explores the methods and frameworks of entrepreneurship through an experiential learning model (learning by doing). Students will begin the process of developing a new business venture, exploring their own business ideas and developing a business plan and pitch while working in teams. Topics include the business model, customers and markets, financial models, competition, intellectual property, staffing, funding and investment and characteristics of entrepreneurial teams.
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