This module offered by IIT B attempts to give students an exposure to the most important issues facing innovative start-up companies. It also emphasizes the role and importance of business opportunity identification and assessment, business planning process and funding issues.
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This course is designed to address the complex challenges of developing a plan for a new or innovative business opportunity. The course is practical in nature, applying concepts learned in other courses, including marketing, finance, and management.
Entrepreneurship FPM is an intensive research-oriented course involving the study of journals articles, analysis of cases, to evolve perspective on entrepreneurship as an academic discipline.
The focus of this course is on the process of start up, rules, regulations, formalities and procedures involved in setting up knowledge-based and new economy enterprises.
This course will generate awareness about the strategic role IPR plays in safeguarding intra corporate as well as individual inventive activities. Expose the participants to the basic concepts of IPR and generate understanding of issues relating to the management of IPR within an organisation.
The SYB Program of SPJIMR targets potential entrepreneurs who are committed to create scalable businesses that are profitable and generate employment. The program equips a potential entrepreneur with the skills and competency to create a successful enterprise.
An introductory course in entrepreneurship designed to inspire participants and give them an introduction to the basic concepts of enterprise building. It contains course syllabi with teaching guidelines, an implementation note, a description of resources by topic and a reading list with referred text books, articles and case studies.
Developed by Dr.Gayatri Saberwal of IBAB, Bangalore, this course is an example of how a faculty from any academic discipline can ramp up a course in entrepreneurship even within a very short time to suit the needs of the institute and students.
This course is designed to train students to address the complex challenges of developing a plan for a new or innovative business opportunity. Students, working in teams, screen potentially feasible business opportunities, research them to determine market potential, write the business plan, and present the plan as if seeking actual funding.
Totally a hands on approach, this comprehensive course is about creating, managing, and leading an entrepreneurial organization. It helps in imparting an entrepreneurial mindset; and equipping students with the basic knowledge and skills for launching a venture.
Case method has been leveraged in this course to familiarize the participants with concepts and to equip them with skills and knowledge relevant for an international, cross border entrepreneurial venture.