Writing business plans for startups. Radio Interview: Debrief of 2014, and planning for 2015!


Writing business plans for startups!

Many thanks to Radio Entrepreneurs for inviting me back on their show to not only update everyone on the success of the 2014 Business Planning and Entrepreneurship course, but also on our early planning for 2015!

The 12-minute audio link is below (and a video snippet above).  Good background on the course and why this year’s MBA students were so successful writing business plans for startups. I am looking forward to shortly searching for new entrepreneurs in a few, short months.  We begin the intake process every February and can’t wait to work with you in 2015.

The Business Planning and Entrepreneurship course involves the development of Business Plans written by students in the Carroll Graduate School of Management at Boston College. The semester-long project involves consultation with professionals in an informal mentoring role who each have real-world entrepreneurial experience. The semester culminates with the submission of their Plans and a presentation competition in front of a panel of judges and student peers. It is a rigorous, exciting project that allows the Carroll School to give its students a strong foundation of business knowledge and skills in advance of the return of our graduates into industry.


About Author

Greg Stoller is actively involved in building entrepreneurship and international business programs at Boston University in the Questrom School of Business. He teaches courses in entrepreneurship, global strategy and management and runs the Asian International Management Experience Program, and the Asian International Consulting Project.

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