You are required to submit evidence of the following:
- Review the characteristics of successful entrepreneurs and apply techniques for generating ideas to initiate a market analysis and supporting due-diligence assessment for a startup business.
Becoming an Entrepreneur is the first of three short courses required to be awarded credit for the full Introduction to Entrepreneurship course. The related short courses are:
- Planning a business startup.
- Financing and managing a business startup.
All work for this EduBit must be your own.
You must complete four tasks for this EduBit assessment:
- Define entrepreneurship and identify typical characteristics of successful entrepreneurs.
- Apply techniques to generate new business ideas.
- Conduct a SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats) analysis of your own business idea for a new product or service.
- Identify other market analysis techniques and due-diligence assessment processes appropriate for a start-up business.
Deciding to Become an Entrepreneur
Entrepreneurs as Small Business Owners
The Nature of Entrepreneurs
Before Starting Your Own Business