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Opportunity Assessment And Innovation
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Funding a Business
- Examine the pros and cons of an Initial Public Offering (IPO).
- Compare types of debt financing.
- Evaluate Financing Options to achieve goals.
- Distinguish methods of raising startup capital.
Legal and Tax Issues in Business
- Classify intellectual property types.
- Examine legal entity types.
- Discuss legal issues in business.
The Process of Growing and Sustaining an Organization
- Examine the growth process.
- Evaluate the role of a social entrepreneur.
Entrepreneurship and the Economy
- Assess how entrepreneurship, intrapreneurship, and social entrepreneurship impact the local and global economy.
- Determine factors that entrepreneurs need to consider before starting a new enterprise.
- Explain the fundamentals of a good opportunity.
- Evaluate a good business idea.
- Distinguish between social entrepreneurs, entrepreneurs, and intrapreneurs.
Working with a Business Model
- Determine business success strategy using a business model.
- Examine marketing objectives and strategies.
- Assess effective marketing channels, resources and tools.
- Analyze attributes of an effective team.
The Business Planning Process
- Distinguish between planning and plans.
- Examine the essential parts of a Business Plan.
- Discuss financial requirements of a Business Plan.
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