Course Number 1231-3668-01
Course Name Entrepreneurship 101
Academic Unit The Coller School of Management -
Business Administration
Lecturer Dr. Eyal BenjaminContact
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Office Hours By appointmentBuilding: Recanati Business , Room: 447
Mode of Instruction Lecture
Semester Units 1
Semester 2021/1
Date Range 10/10/2021 - 26/11/2021
Day Thu
Hours 15:45-18:30
Building Recanati Business
Room 304
Studies are held during the first part of the semester, Course is taught in English
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Short Course Description

This is an introductioanry course designed to introduce the fundamental components of the world of entrepreneurship in all its facets, particularly new ventures, organizational intrapreneurship, start-ups, social entrepreneurship and the research in the area. Among the subjects to be discussed in the course are: the entrepreneurial process and the founding of a new venture, the business plan ? its purpose and structure, entrepreneurship and the sources of financing, social networks and entrepreneurship, Intrapreneurship ? its advantages and limitations, the characteristics of an environment that fosters entrepreneurship and how such an environment can be constructed. This course will further provide a hands-on experience in the entrepreneurial process framework, aiming at understanding of the entrepreneurial mindset as well as investors? perspective towards hi-growth ventures. Through a mixture of lectures and hands-on workshops, students will gain a theoretical view coupled with first-hand experience in practical entrepreneurship in a startup ecosystem.

To participate in the course students need to be equipped with a laptop, and/or a tablet, and/or a smartphone.

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