MBA For Startups - Be The Next Billionaire Entrepreneur

This course is normally taught as a 3-day workshop, but is now downloadable

What's Inside

You’ll discover:

  • How good an entrepreneur you are
  • How to identify your target market and your clients
  • How to create perfect financial projections
  • How to best prepare the documents to plan your business
  • How to create business plans – including for your marketing and product development and to prepare your sales strategy
  • How to fully protect your intellectual property
    ... and much more!

You download everything in PDF, .mobi and .ePub format – this means that you can fully study everything at any time on any modern device (including computers, smartphones and Kindles).

This course is closed for enrollment.

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3 Lectures
0+ Hours of Video
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Alun Hill

As a journalist, I interview some of the world's most successful (and secretive!) business people - and I reveal all in my courses!

The best way to learn is always to Learn From The Experts!

My CV:

Business and Travel Writing and Broadcasting:

I started my broadcasting career with the BBC when I was a mere British Grammar Schoolboy. I co-hosted a weekly radio show devoted to children, the first of its kind, in what has since become known as the "zoo format". I have since broadcast on many stations around the world, on both TV and Radio.

Business Journalism:

I wrote and filmed on business for a range of publications and websites, internationally as well as for CNN TV - with an emphasis on marketing and business growth. I also produce radio reports from my own fully equipped home studio, which are syndicated worldwide.

Memberships:

Retired: Chartered Institute of Journalists

I recently retired as Council Member, Chair of Pensions and International Members Division, Member of Pensions Committee and of the Professional Practices Board.

The Chartered Institute of Journalists is the oldest professional body for Journalists in the world. It was founded in 1884 and six years later was granted its Royal Charter by Queen Victoria, to “protect and serve those employed in the field of journalism”.

The Institute combines the role of professional society with that of a trade union.

Retired: British Association of Journalists

"Journalists are the watchdogs of the public. We do a superb job spreading truth and knowledge, defending justice, democracy and fair play, exposing wrong-doing and seeking to make the world a better place".

Member: The Media Society, London

"We aim to provoke, inspire, surprise, educate and entertain. Come to one of our events to find out who we are and what we're all about. We're a charity, proud of our diverse membership and the work we do to help student journalists.

We play a leading role in the wider debate about a variety of media issues that matter both to our members and to society at large".

Member: The Foreign Press Association

"The FPA was founded in 1888 and is the only association of its kind in the UK.

Politically non-aligned, the FPA is one of the oldest clubs for foreign correspondents in the world. The FPA is a member of the UK Press Card Authority and provides accreditation to more than 1500 journalists every year, representing all media from news agencies to print, broadcast and internet".

Member: The Royal Commonwealth Society, London

"The Royal Commonwealth Society is an international education charity. With a remit to promote international understanding across the Commonwealth, especially among young people, the RCS has an impressive portfolio of charitable activities.

Our Young Commonwealth Competitions encourage thousands of young people to respond to global challenges through annual creative writing and photography".

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