American Enterprise Project

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“Educating and Inspiring the Future Entrepreneurs of America” American Enterprise Project 2007-2008 Table of Contents Introduction……………………………………………………………………………. 2 Purpose of the Project………………………………………………………………. .. 3 Research into School and /or Community Needs…………………………………. .. 4 Students in Business Career………………………………………………….4 Community Percentage of Small Businesses………………………………. ..5 Planning and Development of Project……………………………………………. ....6 Implementation of Project…………………………………………………………. ...8 Food and Networking Session………………………………………………. .8 Event Kickoff: Presentation of County Proclamation……………………. ..9 Speaker Presentations……………………………………………………….11 Uniqueness of Project………………………………………………………………. .14 Evaluation and Results……………………………………………………………. ...14 Marketing Strategies………………………………………………………. ..15 Advisor Participation………………………………………………………. .15 Speaker Enhancement……………………………………………………. ...16 Conclusion…………………………………………………………………………. ...16
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..17 Introduction In our first celebration of American Enterprise Day at Florida International University (FIU), our chapter wanted to surpass all expectations, and have a clear goal. With more than 35, 000 students encompassing the FIU community, our main purpose was to educate the students and the public about the importance of the American Enterprise System, while focusing on entrepreneurship. It was essential for our chapter to portray former United States President Jimmy Carter’s message, that as Americans we have the right to pursue any career path we desire, and our privilege to entrepreneurship and free enterprise. The FIU Phi Beta Lambda chapter realized that there was a need for more information on entrepreneurship opportunities, and the lack of knowledge on the subject within the community and student body. Our speakers were prominent business owners, who focused their presentation on their individual successes, and provided guidance to those in attendance of the event. The entire chapter participated in the planning and execution of this project, as well as the FIU Student Organization Council (SOC), advisor, and other business organizations on campus. The community also provided support and resources towards the success of the American Enterprise Project, held on Monday, November 19 th
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