Business 173C Prof. Bennet Fall 2009 College of Business, SJSU Detailed Course Outline Schedule subject to change Class 1: August 24Course Overview and Introduction to Entrepreneurial Finance Class 2: August 31Project Pitches Opportunity Assessment Mini Cases: Radar Golf and Intellifit (distributed in class) Reading:Learning by the Case Method (page 1) Identifying and Exploiting the Right Entrepreneurial Opportunity…For You (page 5) New Venture Financing (page 17) Assignment:Business Concepts: One paragraph description of a business idea. This can be a new product for an existing business or a concept for a new business. You should also include why you think this is a good idea. Proof of feasibility is not a requirement. Complete assignment on Blackboard prior to class on August 31. You will also present your idea in class and provide greater detail in a one minute or less elevator pitch. Class 3: September 14Business Models and Bootstrapping Case Study: Beta Golf (page 147) Reading:Note on Business Model Analysis for the Entrepreneur (page 43) Beta Golf Discussion Questions1.Why does Beta Group exist? What is the business model for Beta? 2.What is a sensible development plan for the HXL technology? Of the various choices (business models) for exploiting the technology, which would you choose? Why? In what order? 3.Given the response from Callaway, what should Zider and Krumme do next?
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