What’s covered in the program
1. Getting started
Are you ready to start your own business? This involves ‘Assessing your entrepreneurial potential’ by answering a few questions that will help you determine your own entrepreneurial attributes.
2. Exploring your idea
Narrowing down your idea and knowing what to focus on including idea generation and the use of problem-solution approach.
3. Assessing your idea
Determine whether your idea is worth pursuing further or turning into a viable business by assessing its feasibility.
4. Validating your idea
Testing your idea and concept in the real world.
5. Developing your business model
Using action-based, hands-on and methodological approach to developing your business idea.
6. Naming and branding your business
The importance of naming and branding your new business and how that makes you stand out from your competitors.
7. Registering your business
Legalising and structuring your business including choosing your business structure, opening a business bank account and bookkeeping and accounting.
8. Funding your business
Exploring various funding options for your new business including, revenue, bootstrapping, debt finance, equity, crowdfunding, angels, government backed and grants.
9. Presentation deck (One-page business plan) creation
The program ends with the creation, planning and execution of a business presentation deck which is simply a ‘one-page business plan’ that can be used to build a team, partners, source funding and investment.
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