In this course, we use everyday, easy-to-understand language to explain the concepts and planning that goes into starting a new business.
While this course uses United States information as examples, the information and principles included apply to almost every country in the world.
Successful students will learn the difference between being an entrepreneur and a small business owner (as well as the overlaps between the two); they will also dig into the core concepts on how to address decisions necessary for planning, developing, and getting a new business off the ground.
Throughout the entire course, quizzes and actual working “homework assignments” are used to reinforce the lessons as well as help the student understand what they are grasping or needing to restudy.
Some of the many areas covered in the course include:
- What is an Entrepreneur (and what isn’t it?) What are the different types?
- Why is a Business Plan so important to getting a new company started? How are Business Plans developed, prepared, and used?
- Where does money come from to get a new business venture going? How to determine if there is a “market need” for your product/service.
- How should the ownership of a business be structured?
- Advantages and Disadvantages of being a small-business owner
MANY other lessons are included such as:
- Specifically what should (and shouldn’t) be included in a Business Plan?
- What resources are available to help new business owners get off the ground?
- What is the SBA (Small Business Administration) and what’s the purpose of Chambers of Commerce?
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