One Day MBA for Kids & Absolute Beginners
The students can study about the following contents.
Startup – BUS101
Business Administration – BUS102
Management & Leadership – BUS103
Global Business Skills in English – BUS104
Marketing Strategy – BUS105
We believe the barrier to entry for people to start a startup is still too high. We want to make it easier for people to start a company, regardless of who or where you are, so we’re starting by sharing what we’ve learned, through this course.
Liam finds himself working in a dead-end job, and feels the desire to strike out on his own and start a business. He’s got a really great idea for an app that can put freelancers in touch with restaurant and cafe owners, and allow them to book tables for work purposes, mutually benefiting both parties. But, his only issue is that he’s never been to business school, and doesn’t know how to even start a business. He turns to Emma, who explains to him that the first step in this process is research. She explains that it’s important to conduct a lot of market research, to try and minimise the risk of prematurely launching into a market that’s not ready for your product. She then goes on to explain that it’s really, really important to take time over the decision, as once you start, there’s no going back. The onus is on you if you launch a company, and you’ll always have the last word. As such, it’s imperative you’re ready, and able, before you do start a company.