Enterprise is essential for any company that wants to be successful. Without a clear vision and a willingness to take risks, businesses will struggle to grow and achieve their goals. Enterprise is what separates the best businesses from the rest. Of course, it’s not enough to simply have a good idea. You also need to be able to execute your plan and make it a success. This is where many businesses fail, as they are either not willing to take the necessary risks or they do not have the skills and knowledge required to make their vision a reality. If you want to be successful in business, you need to be able to identify opportunities and seize them. This means having the courage to take on new challenges and the ability to think outside the box. In this project you will be guided on the key principles behind starting a business and inventing and developing an idea.

  1. Introductory Sessions (2hrs)
    Driving Question: What are the key principles when starting a new company?
    Part 1:
    Part 2:

    2. Project (20hrs)
    Project Brief
    Driving Question: How do we start a sustainable business?

    Immersion Event: Business Visit and Investigation

    Part 1: The Key Local Problems and Gaps
    TASK: Complete a SWOT Analysis of the local area
    SWOT Analysis – What is SWOT? How to Do a SWOT Analysis
    SWOT Template

    Part 2a: Idea Generation
    TASK: Idea Sprint

    Part 2b: Market Testing and Reiteration

    Part 2c: Business Modelling and Planning
    TASK: Create a Business Plan
    -Business Plan Video Guide
    BMC Template.pdf
    -Business Plan Guide

    Part 2d: Legalities, Bookkeeping and Insurance

    Part 2e: Developing the Business and Product

    Part 2f: Marketing, Sales and Branding

    Part 3: Pitching

Final Evaluation

Some useful clips 


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