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PGDM (2019-21) TermIIEND -TERM EXAMINATIONCreating & Nurturing New VenturesTime: 2 hoursMaximum Marks: 40.Weightage: 40%Ref. No:…………………….(To be filled by the students)DATE: ………………………Signature of the InvigilatorMarks AwardedSignature of Examiner with DatePGDM (2019-21) TermIIEND -TERM EXAMINATIONCreating & Nurturing New VenturesRef. no:……………………….(To be filled by the student)ENROLL NO:……………………………NAME: …………………………………SECTION:…………………………..Signature of the Invigilator
PGDM (2019-21) Term-II: End Term ExaminationCreating & Nurturing New Ventures2INSTRUCTIONS:1.Please read the questions carefully and understand evaluation criteria.2.Do not disturb the invigilators. Everything is okay in the question paper.3.Use your judgment. Make your assumptions if required.4.You are required to answer in the space given in the question paper. Additional answer sheets willnot be provided.Question 1:What is in your mind? Write a brief article on the following word in the available space. Frameto think: Micro mobility, Future of transportation(5 Marks)MOBILITY
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PGDM (2019-21) Term-II: End Term ExaminationCreating & Nurturing New Ventures4Question 2: List down and briefly explain 5 methods / ways of Bootstrapping (finding ways toavoid the need for external financing or funding during the early stage of venture).(5 Marks)Five Methods / Ways of Bootstrapping12345
Question 3: Read the following description. Assuming your role as an Angel Investor;what are five questions would you ask to thefirm’s founders before making yourfunding decision?(5 Marks)Company: Mango HealthBusiness Idea:Create a smartphone app that reminds people to take medicine and nutritional supplementson time, warns users of potentially dangerous interactions, and uses gaming techniques tomotivate people to remain engaged with the app and meet their personal health goals.Pitch:One of the toughest issues facing American health care providers is motivating patients totaketheir medication on time. While 80 percent of adults in America take a combination ofprescription drugs, over-the-counter medications, and nutritional supplements, 75 percentdo not take their medications or supplements on time. Failure to take medication on timeincreases health care costs and exacts a significant human toll.It’s associated with increased physician visits, increasedhospitalizations, increased nursinghome admissions, and increases in avoidable health care costs. Some experts have estimatedthat nationwide, not taking medicine on time costs the United States health care system $300billion per year.Mango Health is a smartphone app designed to tackle this problem. After downloading theapp, a user simply enters the medications and supplements s/he is taking, pertinentinformation such as patient name, type of medication (tablets, syrup, etc.), how much is in
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