Entrepreneurship Courses

Entrepreneurs are pioneers, innovators, leaders and inventors. They are at the forefront of technological and social movements – in their desire to push the envelope.

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ICB National Certificate Entrepreneurship Small Business Management

Entrepreneurs are pioneers, leaders and inventors. If this sounds like something that you will do, the ICB Small Business Financial Management course would be perfect for you.

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ICB National Diploma Entrepreneurship: Financial Accounting

Entrepreneurs are the forefront of social movements – in their field. The ICB National Diploma: Financial Accounting course will focus on teaching you these skills.

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ICB Higher Certificate Entrepreneurship Office Administration

The ICB Higher Certificate: Office Administration (Entrepreneurship) course will focus on teaching you the necessary skills you need to be at the top of your game.

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What Is Meant By Entrepreneurship?

Entrepreneurship is the willingness to take risks and develop, organise and manage a business venture in a competitive global marketplace that is constantly evolving.

There are no specific traits that every entrepreneur shares, but many do possess a few common characteristics. They are tenacious but understand their own limitations. Instead of following the status quo, entrepreneurs have a healthy disrespect for established rules and often set out to do things that others may not have the courage to. They are also willing to fail and start over again, taking the lessons they’ve learned to create something new and improved.
 
Learn how to start your own successful business with our Entrepreneurship Courses.
 

What Does An Entrepreneur Do?

An entrepreneur earns a profit by producing goods and services that others value. In the course of pursuing value for themselves, entrepreneurs provide value for everyone else. They are both problem solvers and wealth creators. Creating and maintaining a culture that embraces entrepreneurship is critical to the long-term prosperity of our economy and our society.

A common misconception is that entrepreneurs get to spend most of her time doing what they love to do. But being a business owner means that you have to wear many hats. You don’t get to pick those hats. If you don’t like those hats you still have to wear them – like it or not. Here are some of the hats you will need to wear:

  • Marketing to find paying customers
  • Providing customer service to both happy and disgruntled clients
  • Managing employees
  • Overseeing payroll
  • Managing professional service providers
  • Dealing with vendors and suppliers

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Last Updated: May 4, 2020

 

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