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OAM 436 - ENTREPRENEURSHIP

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This course is designed to endow you with an entrepreneurial perspective, enhance your ability to use functional knowledge in an applied setting, and familiarize you with the skills and resources necessary for starting a new venture. By the end of the class you will be able to: -Identify trends and opportunities in the marketplace - Formulate new venture ideas - Analyze your market and validate your customer base - Present a competitive analysis of a specific industry - Create a revenue model, forecast costs and demand, and assess potential profitability - Understand how financing, venture capital and valuation work - Utilize a business model canvas - Put together and present a business plan and pitch - Analyze ventures, both inside and outside of corporations

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ANDREA HERSHATTER

OAM 385 - ENTREPRENEURIAL PRACTICUM

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This course discusses in the depth all facets of operating and financing an entrepreneurial venture. The class structure is unconventional. The core of the course consists of students applying their knowledge at actual entrepreneurial ventures (practicum) and be actively involved in a commercialization forum (RAISE). The class room time supplements and is secondary to the core experience of working with entrepreneurial ventures. The primary audience for this course are (i) students interested in starting their own company or joining an entrepreneurial venture and (ii) students interested in joining firms that capitalize entrepreneurial ventures (angels, venture capital firms, private equity firms, family offices, endowments, sovereign wealth funds, pension funds, etc.). More information at www.emoryprof.com.

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CHARLES F. GOETZ

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KLASS BAKS