Business Start-up and Entrepreneurship

New products and services are the lifeblood of business, but it can often take someone special, an entrepreneur, to identify and develop such opportunities. If there is unfulfilled demand, an entrepreneur will want to set up a business to cater for it. New business start-ups can also be the means whereby people in countries where jobs are scarce can create employment for themselves and others. Many of the largest businesses in the world were started by someone with a good idea, and the most famous business people are invariably entrepreneurs.

Why study the Business Start-up and Entrepreneurship programme?
If you think you have a great business idea, but you are not sure what to do next, then the launch of the new ABE Business Start-up and Entrepreneurship programme can help you. It provides an understanding of the main areas you need to know about in order to run a successful business.
Career Opportunities
The ABE Business Start-up and Entrepreneurship programme gives you the skills and knowledge you will need if you start your own business. It can also help you find a job or obtain a promotion, as all businesses will benefit from employing someone with an entrepreneurial outlook.
The first examinations of the ABE Business Start-up and Entrepreneurship programme will be held in June 2013. 
Compulsory units
  • Understanding Entrepreneurship
  • Introduction to Marketing
  • Enterprise Start-up
  • Business Plan for Enterprise Start-up