Entrepreneurship and New Ventures
— BUSI 341 (3)
Examines how one can harness creativity, personal drive, and faith to develop a successful new venture. It focuses on the organizational, marketing, legal, and financial decisions that are required when starting a new enterprise. It explores such questions as how to develop a business plan, secure financing, manage cash flow, and put together and manage a small organization. The opportunities for various strategic alliances and partnership arrangements with non-profit, profit, and government organizations are introduced and explored. Prerequisites: 12 credit hours in BUSI.
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