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The following is the outline that we’ll be using.

The final assignment is an E-pitch which means you are recording a presentation. As opposed to a 5-minute video with 7-8 slides. The following is the outline that we’ll be using. I recommend you focus on the 5 parts having a star next to it. (I’m doing this assignment individually so it’s not a group assignment)
1- Intro cover page
2- Problem/Opportunity (mention Persona in your presentation) **
3- Your Value Proposition (what is your idea and the benefits) **
4- What makes you special (what is unique) **
5- Business Model (Size of the category and how you will make money) **
6- Marketing & Sales (How are you going to attract customers) **
7- Competitive Analysis (Who are the competitors)
8- Your team (who is on your team)
9- Your current Status and ask (what do you want by pitching?) **
10- Citations using MLA format **

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This is the summary of the plan

UCA Epsom lack any social activities that connect international students and the local communities, There are few things to do after learning which make the engagement between student minimal except for class meeting, Having a community that organize networking, fun event, hosting student parties will be a great idea
This is the summary of the plan

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I just need this assignment to be winged.

You will need to attend one event centered around entrepreneurship—a webinar, an SBDC event, an event on campus, or an event in your community. This can be face to face or virtual. You will write a 1 paragraph description of the event and your top take away from the event. Please include the event information: Title/Name of event, Location of Event, and Speaker(s) at the event.
I just need this assignment to be winged. If you have any questions please message me.

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Provide insight to the company’s business model, but primarily research and reference pertinent information about the founding family, company history, family roles and influence from beginning to end.

Research and profile the history and current status of the JM Family Enterprises Corporation. Jim Moran, the man whose name the FSU College of Entrepreneurship is privileged to memorialize, founded one of Florida’s most successful family owned businesses. The enterprise is the Southeastern US distributor of Toyota and Lexus vehicles and parts. The Jim Moran story is exemplary and worthy of emulation. Additionally, the family’s charitable work, through the Jim Moran Foundation – continues its largesse in philanthropic endowments to countless worthy causes. The Jim Moran Foundation serves as a legacy to the Moran family’s enduring global impact for good.
Profile the company by providing background and progression details. Artfully and skillfully tell the story succinctly, without minutia. Detail features of the business as a family owned enterprise. Provide insight to the company’s business model, but primarily research and reference pertinent information about the founding family, company history, family roles and influence from beginning to end. Note the company’s success, failures, challenges and transition of leadership and ownership over generations. Include selective excerpts specific to family dynamics, leadership, management, ownership, financial data, role of non-family members serving on the Board and in management, corporate values, social responsibility, philanthropy and instances where subsequent generations have been and/or will be transitioned into important roles.
Summarize your take-aways, what you’ve learned about family owned businesses in general, and what this particular company/family profile taught you.
Note, the academic basis of this assignment is to research, comprehend and substantially represent – in written form, the factual content of this particular family business. Discern, comprehend and identify the practical, real-world scenarios that are or were operative in this family owned business. Align those examples by integrating the specifics with issues unique to family owned enterprises.
Do the same fort chic fil a

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What is the problem that your business solves?

Topic: Car rental business in NJ
Write a short summary describing your business idea. Before implementing an idea, you should test for its feasibility. The goal of a feasibility study is to determine whether to pursue an idea, wait until the time is right, or to move onto something new. Feasibility studies include the extent to which an idea is viable, realistic and the extent to which you are aware of internal and external forces that could affect your business.
After discussing with the class your business idea(s) this week, you need to write up a summary to brief the instructor about your business idea which you choose to pursue. In the summary, the topics should include:
What is the problem that your business solves?
What is (your solution offered through) your product or service?
Who is your target market?
Who is your competition?

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Answer all of the case questions below and bring the case into the present day with the incorporation of additional research.

Answer all of the case questions below and bring the case into the present day with the incorporation of additional research.
From a resource-based view, what are the resources and capabilities that post-COVID entrepreneurs need in order to succeed?
From an institution-based view, what changes are needed in the institutional framework in order to foster more diverse and more inclusive entrepreneurship?
ON ETHICS: As a venture capitalist, should you stick with the traditional (Color blind and gender-neutral) economic criteria or use race, gender, and other diversity and inclusivity dimensions as part of the criteria when evaluating funding proposals?

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If you answer no, then there are no more questions; we have identified the ultimate cause.

Instructions
WA I
See Written Assignment Requirements: Please submit the top three (3) Strategic Risks facing the Group’s company. Using the taxonomy of Strategic Risks of this course (based on Value-based ERM), identify each of the risks you chose by category, and briefly describe your analysis. Please provide sufficient detail to allow your audience to understand the company’s risks’ root causes.
Please identify the critical assumptions explicit or implicit in the Strategy(ies). That is, what must go right for the Strategy to succeed?
The length for WA I is up to 1,000 words.
Note: When analyzing a past event (a Realized Risk), we perform a Root Cause Analysis (RCA) to uncover the actual risk, which we can then classify according to our taxonomy. RCA involves a series of questions until you find the root cause as the ultimate source of the harm. When analyzing a prospective risk, the risk identification process involves deducing the potential root cause of the risk event.
Example: Lehman Brothers failed because of a lack of liquidity [proximate cause*]. Why (the lack of liquidity)? Because of an imbalance – too much short-term borrowing to buy long-term illiquid assets (intermediate cause*). Why (the imbalance)? Because Lehman Brothers decided in the mid-2000s to change its business model from the brokerage model (holding no risk assets, which means there is no need to borrow) to a banking model (holding risk assets, financed by short-term borrowing). Ask the question: Would Lehman Brothers have failed if it did not change its business model? If you answer No, then there are no more questions; we have identified the ultimate cause. So what is the risk source of Lehman Brothers’ failure? How do we categorize the root cause in the SRM Taxonomy?
The instructor and teaching associate will provide early feedback on this component of your written assignment.
Here you access the 10-K report of the company.
Must use this source: https://www.sec.gov/edgar/searchedgar/companysearch
Above is the intruction for the essay, but I only need to write the introduction and conclusion/summary paragraph. Write an overview of the company’s background and its strategic risks (supply chain risk, competitors risks, regulatory risks). Also, write a summary of the business/strategy, the critical assumptions, and three strategic risks.
So you are only responsible for writing those two paragraphs.