Module Title: Entrepreneurship, Enterprise and Innovation
Module Code: 218MANSC/ 218MANEL
Assessment Type: Coursework
Assessment Number: 1
Study Mode: Full-time
Submission Date: 20/06/2020
Submission Time: 18:00
15 minute pitch 5 minute questions
You are considering going into business on your own with an idea to help regenerate the local area through a project. You have thought of a great new product or service but you don’t have the funds to develop the idea. Having researched the market you have chosen to find a source of finance. The panel represent your source of finance and your presentation should represent this. To secure your funding you need to provide a sound case of why your product or service would be successful in bringing positive change to area and why you are the right person to make it happen.
Completion of this assignment will address the following learning outcomes:
1 Appraise the theories and practice of entrepreneurship, enterprise and innovation. 3 Explore the behaviours, characteristics, competencies and personalities of a range of entrepreneurs and evaluate against students’ own behaviours, characteristics, personality and competencies to assess their potential as an entrepreneur. 4 Evaluate internal and external factors affecting the development and creation of an entrepreneurial culture. 5 Analyse and discuss the process of a business start-up from conception to execution.
Title: The Big Idea You are required to create a presentation to pitch a new product/service project as an entrepreneur. Your pitch should be 15 minutes long with an additional 5 minutes allocated for questions. The panel you are presenting to represent Spacehive. They will be investing in you just as much as your product or service idea for the local area. Your presentation should represent this chosen source of support and funding and explore your capability in making the venture a success and what benefits to the area it will bring. Your pitch should cover learning outcome 1, 3, 4 & 5
Guidance notes and considerations
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