Entrepreneurship notes The objectives of Business Development are: To inform about the business, products and production processes. Build and strengthen effective business practices to achieve business goals and objectives. Provides a study of buyer behavior, customer relations, and customer. Gains the management skills necessary to run a business. It helps to understand the pros and cons of doing business. Take an entrepreneurial attitude in daily work. A business development program is organized with the following 6 standards: Introduction to Business: This standard includes general information on factors affecting business, small lettering, and role of business in development, business behavior and area. Motivation Training: The Motivation Training is a three-day module designed to increase the success level and confidence of participants and to develop positive attitudes and behaviors towards the business world at. Successful entrepreneurs are invited to discuss starting and running their own businesses at. Management Fundamentals: This module is designed to provide participants with management and technical knowledge that will help them run their business efficiently and effectively. It includes the following topics: (i) Business (ii) Business (iii) Production Management (iv) Financial Management Courses Standard Tutorial: This example is Relationships between Business, Organization, Technology, Finance and Business Engagement: The purpose of this model is to provide participants with an understanding of the environment in which they run their business. This includes government incentives, business transactions, policies, business and regulations, etc. EDP can determine the level of success in achieving Mission created by EDP. Entrepreneurship is a function of: (a) Entrepreneur's social culture (SB): this means the environment in which the entrepreneur was born and raised. It determines the values and behavior of business people. (b) Motivational Force (MF): It shows the motivation that makes the person do work like work. Wealth, status, self-employment, etc.
(c) Business Knowledge and Skills (KA): Relating to business education, training and experience. (d) Financial Strength (FS): Relating to the amount an investor can obtain from internal and external resources. (e) Environmental Variables (EV): including government regulations, market conditions, and current technology and employment conditions.