Entrepreneurship has been a topic that withdraws attention recently. It is a long step and may change your life. You have to try your best to make your business successful; no matter what difficulties and challenges you may face, the result will bring profit and joy to you.
The business idea is the initial of an ownership career. In Vietnam, many enterprises can not withstand after 2 years of operation partly because of starting from unfeasible business ideas, poor preparation, lack of consensus from stakeholders. Viable business ideas are explored on the basis of properly identifying and promoting internal advantages, combined with making good use of external opportunities. In short, entrepreneurship is a glorious process but also has a multitude of challenges you need to overcome to succeed in order to enrich yourself, your employees, and benefit society.
Through this course, we will introduce you to background knowledge, and the most important content required for starting a business, so you will get clear insights about what needs to be prepared, and what difficulties and challenges will be faced when deciding to start up. From that, it can help you decide whether to start a business with a business idea you have planned.
In terms of expertise, this course will help you find, select, and evaluate business opportunities and ideas, thereby building an overall business plan. The topics of marketing, market, finance, human resources, organization, and establishment of business are also the main knowledge and focus of this subject.
Module 1: General knowledge of business and entrepreneurship
- Lesson 1 - General knowledge of business
- Lesson 2 - Entrepreneurs and their role in entrepreneurship
Project 1 - Describe business information
Module 2: Developing business opportunity
- Lesson 3 - Business ideas
- Lesson 4 - Markets, Need-Finding and Planning
- Lesson 5 - Pitching, Testing, and Prototyping
Project 2 - Market researching and Marketing planning
Module 3: Building a viable business plan
- Lesson 6 - Introducing the business plan
- Lesson 7 - Marketing planning
- Lesson 8 - Financial planning
Project 3 - Production and business organization
Module 4: Business Model Development
- Lesson 9 - Choosing types of enterprises and procedures
- Lesson 10 - Registration of a new business in Vietnam
- Lesson 11 - Lean startup
Project 4 - Financial planning
Mr. Bui Ngoc Anh
- Lecturer at FPT University.
- More than 15 years of experience in IT field.
- More than 10 years of experience in teaching at NIIT-ICT, AI VITEC, Vietnam National University, FPT University.
- More than 8 years of experience in consulting for JICA, Nomura Group, MOIT, MoNRE, VFF, EVN.
- Member of ITPEC.
Ms. Mai Mai
- Master of Business Administration MBA University of Gloucestershire (UK)
- Mentor and Facilitator for Entrepreneurship at FUNiX
- Lecturer in Marketing (Finance Academy): 9 years, Director of Felix English Center: 2 years
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