Company program 2024

Course Description

Preparatory Program for Company Program Students

In this program, we explore the concept of intrapreneurship and learn about ethical responsibilities, idea generation, and critical decision-making in the entrepreneurial journey using real-life examples. We emphasize the central role of a well-crafted business plan as a roadmap, regardless of experience level. We also discuss different types of plans and the essential functions of startups and established companies. Additionally, we delve into basic economic concepts such as supply, demand, cost, price, and value to make informed decisions and develop pricing strategies.

Syllabus
General
Pre-Course Material
The Role of Entrepreneurs : Their Strengths and Talents
Entrepreneurial Ethical Responsibilities And Idea Generation
Business Plan for Stakeholders and Business Plan Elements
Business Plan Financials and Sourcing the Plan 
Entrepreneurs and the Economy and Role of Profit
Function of Price and International Trade
Start-Up and Growth Stage 
Expansion and Maturity Stage 
Post Survey + Certificate
Bonus Activity (Optional)