LB5133 - Venture Capital & Entrepreneurship
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||College of Business, Law & Governance
Please note that this subject is offered through JCU Online.
This subject seeks to familiarize students with the diversity of capital forms and
seed funding available to entrepreneurs - a crucial feature of business project outcomes
and deliverability to stakeholders. Students will learn to analyse long-term and short-term
risks of engaging with venture capital as well as the management of ambiguity. They
will also gain insights into network relationships with these highly salient and expanding
forms of funding though case study analysis of venture 'incubators,' 'angel funds'
etc. As this module contains a significant entrepreneurial practicum component, students
will be expected to assemble a proposal and presentation of a real or hypothetical
- analyse long term and short term risks of engaging with venture capital;
- identify and evaluate ambiguity, uncertainty and risk to advance ideas and opportunities
in entrepreneurial projects;
- synthesise ambitious ideas to pitch within a business model framework.
||Admission to Master of Business Administration Global and completion of 24 credit
points of postgraduate subjects
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and in case
of minor variation(s) in assessment details, the Subject Outline represents the latest