Use the information in your concept statement to create a business plan for the entrepreneurial business.
- Write a 1,050- to 1,250-word executive summary of your business plan.
Include the following items in your executive summary:
- Describe the entrepreneurial opportunity.
- Describe the business, product, or program planned.
- Describe the management team; each team member must play a role in the team.
- Explain how you would conduct a feasibility analysis.
- Describe the target market.
- Explain what resources the business needs to move forward in the entrepreneurial process.
- Write a brief summary of financial projections.
a. Base the summary on benchmarking, research of similar types of publicly traded companies
- Identify the forces that determine profitability in the industry.
- Determine the challenges faced by the business as it grows.
a. Identify how you evaluate the progress and challenges with growth.
b. Determine the two best possible strategies for the growth of your business.
- Create a 9- to 12-slide presentation of your executive summary. Design the presentation as though you were pitching your business plan to investors for funding. Include detailed speaker’s notes between 45- to 90-words on each slide.
s regarding environmental issues as a threat but this do by a referent object in a specific social, political, linguistic structure. (Stritzel, 2007) The vague conceptualisation of the specific referent object as mentioned by the Copenhagen School – need the post-structural position created by the second generation of securitisation scholars where they stress the importance of the role the audience play along with setting the socio-political environment. (Salter, 2008) The purpose of this essay was to assess critically the strengths and weaknesses of the securitisation theory. After discussing the concept of the securitisation theory as conceptualised by the Copenhagen School, the essay went on to discuss how the theory was developed by second generation of securitization scholars by focusing on “what conditions the social content and meaning of security produced threats.” (Balzacq, 2010) The essay then went on to discuss the stance the Aberystwyth School had on the voice of the audience and finally, the idea of environmental securitisation was discussed. It can be argued that security may not be a negative practice, which as discussed above involves the use of hard power but instead the emancipation from the “relative objectivism” affecting both traditional stance on security and the Copenhagen School work. Therefore, it can be said that the concept of security can be revised to provide a unified position on security. In regard to the securitisation of environmental degradation, environmental issues can be tackled rather than those issues being exploited politically. This essay has provided a range of strength and weaknesses to the Securitisation theory.>GET ANSWER