In this subject, students apply the concepts, tools and practices necessary to identify and evaluate new business ventures. Throughout the semester, students will work in small teams to design and assess the viability of a business opportunity by understanding industry dynamics, market and competitive considerations, customer needs and associated risk factors. This provides students with the opportunity to develop a range of competencies to enhance their personal entrepreneurial capacity.
|Faculty||Bond Business School|
1. Explain the key entrepreneurial considerations for successfully launching new ventures. 2. Apply relevant concepts and tools to develop a new venture feasibility analysis within a group context. 3. Determine the key financial and non-financial resources required for new ventures. 4. Assess the external environmental factors affecting the proposed new venture to evaluate the associated risks and determine appropriate countermeasures. 5. Communicate a new venture proposal verbally and in writing.
Students must have completed 120 credit points prior to enrolling.
|Withdraw – Financial?||13/02/2021|
|Withdraw – Academic?||06/03/2021|