Business Entrepreneur School Projects
Start and manage your own Business
Rich entrepreneurs live in a different world, just watch any of the "The Donald" or Martha Stewart Apprentice shows to see them recruit a junior entrepreneur. Each week the business projects illustrate "winners and losers" and "team players and loose cannons" and "real skills and pretenders" for all to see.
In TV land the "losers" get booted. In real life career entrepreneurs have to work at their craft. Entrepreneurs have to expand their knowledge of effective corporate management and self-employment by learning, practicing and experiencing the diverse skills necessary to succeed in today's competitive marketplace.
Business Entrepreneur School Projects are ideal for individuals who have the drive to tackle the challenges of self-employment in today's rapidly changing business environment.
Business Entrepreneur School Projects are an interactive experience that integrates new ideas into proven formats and helps graduates gain the knowledge, confidence, and experience they need to succeed.
For future corporate executives and self-employed entrepreneurs the educational benefit and experience to create, plan and launch a real live business with help is huge.
To apply for a Business Entrepreneur School Project please use the Registration Form.
What is a Business Incubator?
The purpose of the Business Incubator is to help new business owner/operators start successful businesses.
The initial review process is designed to streamline the business launch process.
Students prepare initial outlines explaining: the business opportunity, products or services, existing competitors or unserviced niches, licenses, registrations, incorporation, marketing research, pricing, margins, operations, logistics, import/export, wholesale/distributors/retailers, initial cash requirements, potential sources of financing, cash flow projections and time lines which include a detailed implementation plan.
Business executive mentors, experts and consultants will review the initial outlines.
The project incubation process is structured with primary market research, market analysis, operating and financial planning overlaid with project benchmarks that must be achieved.
Mentoring and instructional support includes experienced businessmen, early-stage legal, accounting, and administration services, technical experts with shipping, logistics, engineering, packaging, advertising, sales training and business coaching.
Business QuestionsWhat is an idea?
What is a business plan?
We can help you expand that idea - write that story. Learn how to create a business plan and manage your own business. To create a Business Entrepreneur School Project please use the Registration Form.
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