This course builds on previous concepts and outlines strategies and tactics for forming, financing, and launching a new venture. Topics to be addressed will include building the new venture’s initial management team, identifying and reaching out to early customers, developing financial plans, raising startup and initial growth financing, and preparing for and managing rapid growth.
This course is part of the Innovation: From Creativity to Entrepreneurship Specialization
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Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Module 1: Earning Revenue
Module 2: Financial Forecasting
Module 3: Raising Capital
Module 4: Managing Growth
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TOP REVIEWS FROM ENTREPRENEURSHIP II: PREPARING FOR LAUNCH
Professor Parkinson made this course highly engaging and interesting. His guest presenters were all great speakers and very helpful in helping me to gain insight to how the world of startups works.
I learnt so much from this course and I am grateful for the opportunity to have taken the course. the lecturer put a lot of work into ensuring that we understand the course.
This was interesting course. Helps out with understanding start-up businesses and the ways to go about it.
i am more than honored to have studied this course, the material is very well done and the lecturer is the best that i seen so far.... love from uganda
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