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Entrepreneurial Finance & Venture Capital 2017NEW


Evanston, Illinois, United States

Kellogg School of Management

This course is aimed primarily at people who may be involved in an entrepreneurial venture at some point in their careers, whether in a startup, a spinoff from a large organization, or a turnaround. This course is also useful for venture capital careers and students interested in the Venture Capital as an Asset class (Limited Partners). There are four main topics covered using case studies: Eva......

Class Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led

Entrepreneurship 2017


Greenville, Simpsonville, Taylors, South Carolina, United States

Greenville Technical College

This course is an introduction to the process of starting a small business, including forms of ownership and management....

Class Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led




Entrepreneurship 2017


Anne Arundel Community College

Investigate the relationship between entrepreneurial thinking and opportunity recognition. Examine the characteristics of entrepreneurship, creativity, critical thinking, and innovation. Evaluate skills and talents as they relate to potential business ideas....

Class Format: Online / Virtual Classroom

Launching New Ventures 2017


Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Harvard Business School Executive Education

With a curriculum designed specifically for leaders of new companies, Launching New Ventures goes to the heart of the entrepreneurial process—exploiting disruptive opportunities to launch and grow successful new businesses. In a rich learning experience that includes faculty lectures, case studies, and group discussions, you will learn the strategies of successful entrepreneurs. By exploring a ......

Class Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led

Entrepreneurship for Creative Arts 2017


Appleton, Eau Claire, La Crosse, Madison, Wausau, Wisconsin, United States

Globe University - Wisconsin

Pursuing an entrepreneurial venture in the creative arts field requires an understanding of both business and arts industry practices. This course will present an overview of arts-related career opportunities by exploring profit and not-for-profit arts organization and businesses. Basic and intermediate entrepreneurial marketing, promotion, and management skills are presented. Students wil......

Class Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led

Entrepreneurship 2017


Appleton, Eau Claire, La Crosse, Madison, Wausau, Wisconsin, United States

Globe University - Wisconsin

This small business management course is appropriate for a student interested in managing or owning a small business. Topics include getting started, planning and managerial skills, inventory, financial production, risk management, ethics, marketing, taxation, development of a business plan and various cases for analysis....

Class Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led

Entrepreneurship for Creative Arts 2017


Sioux Falls, South Dakota, United States

Globe University Sioux Falls Campus

Pursuing an entrepreneurial venture in the creative arts field requires an understanding of both business and arts industry practices. This course will present an overview of arts-related career opportunities by exploring profit and not-for-profit arts organization and businesses. Basic and intermediate entrepreneurial marketing, promotion, and management skills are presented. Students wil......

Class Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led

Entrepreneurship 2017


Sioux Falls, South Dakota, United States

Globe University Sioux Falls Campus

This small business management course is appropriate for a student interested in managing or owning a small business. Topics include getting started, planning and managerial skills, inventory, financial production, risk management, ethics, marketing, taxation, development of a business plan and various cases for analysis....

Class Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led

Entrepreneurship for Creative Arts 2017


Blaine, Minneapolis, Richfield, Rochester, Woodbury, Minnesota, United States

Minnesota School of Business & Globe University

Pursuing an entrepreneurial venture in the creative arts field requires an understanding of both business and arts industry practices. This course will present an overview of arts-related career opportunities by exploring profit and not-for-profit arts organization and businesses. Basic and intermediate entrepreneurial marketing, promotion, and management skills are presented. Students wil......

Class Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led


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