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Business Entrepreneurship by CrashCourse

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In 17 episodes, Anna Akana will teach you entrepreneurship skills to help you start and run a small business. This course is based on a college-level curriculum with a variety of reference texts, including the Strategyzer Business Model Canvas. By the end of the course, you will be able to:


  • Evaluate the quality of an idea and take steps to turn it into a small business
  • Understand the legal basics of business entity formation, sales, costs, and other finances
  • Develop a clear value proposition for your business and customer relationships
  • Navigate other businesses, including both competition and key partners
  • Define success for yourself as an entrepreneur, and recognize failure


Crash Course Business: Entrepreneurship Preview.
Who Even Is An Entrepreneur?: Crash Course Business - Entrepreneurship #1.
How to Develop a Business Idea: Crash Course Business - Entrepreneurship #2.
Value Proposition and Customer Segments: Crash Course Business - Entrepreneurship #3.
What Can You Learn from Your Competition?: Crash Course Business Entrepreneurship #4.
Legal Basics and Business Entity Formation: Crash Course Business Entrepreneurship #5.
Minimum Viable Product and Pivoting: Crash Course Business Entrepreneurship #6.
Testing Your Product and Getting Feedback: Crash Course Business Entrepreneurship #7.
The Core of a Business - Key Activities & Resources: Crash Course Business Entrepreneurship #8.
How to Seek Help and Find Key Partners: Crash Course Entrepreneurship #9.
How to Build Customer Relationships: Crash Course Entrepreneurship #10.
How to Communicate with Customers: Crash Course Entrepreneurship #11.
How to Sell Anything: Crash Course Entrepreneurship #12.
Revenue Streams: Crash Course Entrepreneurship #13.
Expenses & Costs - How to Spend Money Wisely: Crash Course Entrepreneurship #14.
Understanding Financial Statements and Accounting: Crash Course Entrepreneurship #15.
Financing Options for Small Businesses: Crash Course Entrepreneurship #16.
Is Growth Right For You?: Crash Course Entrepreneurship #17.

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