ENTR 6021: Developing New Ventures

2 Credits

This seven-week course is for students interested in learning how to design and pitch a new venture (ventures can include for-profit startups, nonprofit startups, or internal corporate product/service development initiatives). Students work in teams to develop and write a business proposal for their “own” venture and consider the practical aspects associated with securing buy-in. Students will engage in all aspects of the proposal development process including designing, testing, validating, pitching, advancing/defending, iterating, and effectively implementing the proposal. Students will also have the opportunity to observe, analyze, and learn from the development and implementation efforts of others.

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