BUS 7440 Entrepreneurship Development (3 units)
The scope of this course covers corporate and individual entrepreneurship, in particular, new venture creation. The entrepreneurial process, namely, from idea generation to the formation of a start-up company with successful venture capital funding and management team in place will be examined. A special attention will be paid to the critical elements of entrepreneurial activities including, but not limited to, business plan development, venture team building, business model development, business feasibility, resource allocation, and the valuation of ventures. Students will be exposed to the latest and standard international practices of the venture capital industry as well as to the regional variations of the Asean countries. Finally, selected cases and key lessons learned from China entrepreneurial development in the past 20 years will be critically examined in the course as part of the development and the shaping of the entrepreneurial orientation of students.
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