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MGT 301 MGT 320 and GBA 105: Business Plans and SWOT: Home

New 2013 Title: Social Entrepreneurship

Legal Structures, Finance, and Performance Measurement and Management

MGT 320 Course Description

This course introduces the student to the process used in the creation of an effective business plan. The economic, social, and cultural impact of entrepreneurship in the United States will be investigated. The analytical tools necessary to evaluate business strategies and creating a market-based competitive advantage will be stressed. Topics such as forms of ownership, franchising, and the analysis of purchasing an existing business will be covered. The students will be taught the basis of developing a financial plan, managing cash flow, and integrating the marketing plan with the financial and legal analysis to produce a business plan.

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Carol Moon
Professor Carol Ann Moon
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Saint Leo University
Daniel A. Cannon Memorial Library
33701 S.R. 52,
Saint Leo, FL 33574