Digital Transformation via Entrepreneurship

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Digital Transformation via Entrepreneurship


The major scientific and technological breakthroughs of the recent decades have paved the way for numerous innovations and developments to completely transform businesses, markets, and industries. Transformational processes such as digitalization and automation have enabled individuals and businesses to profit from the extensive capabilities that are available today. The current industrial dynamics have provided new opportunities for entrepreneurs to capitalize on the available infrastructures and solutions that would allow organizations to develop cutting-edge business strategies for establishing a dominant presence in the market that they operate in.

In this online course, the students will be subjected to a collection of professional material that will help them comprehend the relationship between digital transformation and entrepreneurship. Digital Transformation via Entrepreneurship online course is designed to provide students with an in-depth understanding of the managerial mechanisms for entrepreneurs to succeed in the dynamic industrial environment. The course consists of ten (10) modules, which cover the basics of starting a business, the development of business plans, gaining financial investments, employee recruitment and training, as well as developing business strategies for growing the business.

Learning Objectives:

Upon the successful completion of the course, the student/participant will become familiar with the following concepts and will be able to:

  • Understand the tools and strategies that entrepreneurs utilize for developing and launching new businesses.
  • Comprehend the fundamental concepts related to the entrepreneurship journey and develop business plans.
  • Distinguish the tools, strategies, and models for organizing your business and identify your unique value proposition.
  • Identify the financial opportunities for successfully launching your business and find adequate sources of growing your business.

Course Modules & Duration:

Digital Transformation via Entrepreneurship online course is projected to take six (6) hours to complete – including the final quiz.

Module 1: Decide on the Type of Business30 minutes
Module 2: What Is the Market/Competition Like?30 minutes
Module 3: Basics of Starting a Business30 minutes
Module 4: Create a Business Plan30 minutes
Module 5: Get Financing30 minutes
Module 6: Hire Employees30 minutes
Module 7: Training Employees30 minutes
Module 8: Market the Business30 minutes
Module 9: Run the Business30 minutes
Module 10: Grow the Business30 minutes
Final Quiz: A quiz that consists of 30 questions (passing score 60%)1 hour

Certification Details:

As soon as you finish the online course, you can download your Certificate of Achievement. This will also be accessible in your account any time you log in. Your Certificate of Achievement includes the online course you have studied, your name, the date of completion, and a verification number that can be used by future employers to verify that you passed your course.

Navigation Guide:

The Digital Transformation via Entrepreneurship online course is divided into manageable modules and topics. Go through these modules at your own pace and learn about each of the topics in the online course. We use images, written information, diagrams, and other resources to help you get to know the content without any problems. This online course is designed to progress without any assistance, but our support staff can be contacted if you need us.

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Theodore Roosevelt