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BusinessplanLab@FUB: Creation of a business plan for participating in the first step of the Berlin-Brandenburg Business Plan Competition

Type Project seminar
Instructor

Prof. Dr. Martin Gersch, Natalie Nirenberg and externals

Semester Winter semester
Scope of Course 4 hours per weeks (in blocks); workload 150h / semester
Credit Points 5 (6 with the advanced course Innovation Management)
Number of Places
60
Registration Mode

Please enroll via the Campus Management system

Target Group

The course is aimed at students from Berlin universities who are interested in the founding of companies. The first insights into entrepreneurial mentality and activities, acquired during the GPP courses "Funpreneur competition" and "Principles of Business Administration", can be expanded and put into action in this course. The objective is the participation at the Berlin-Brandenburg Business Plan Competition, an event at which the FU regularly positions teams in the upper ranks. Recently, in 2018, the FU once more received the commendation as a "forge of ideas". 

Contents and Learning Objectives

The Bachelor students are introduced into the independent development of a business concept in the form of a business plan or a finalized Business Model Canvas (BMC). The construction of this final document is accompanied by theory courses concerning business administration, set up for the Berlin-Brandenburg Business Plan Competition, and practical workshops in Entrepreneurship Education.

Learning Methods

The students train the independent evaluation of a potential foundation idea or project in an action- and problem-oriented way. The course is designed as an interdisciplinary, "blended learning" setting. In the beginning of each teaching unit, the students can test their presentational abilities by presenting their foundation idea in a thematic context.

This course is aimed at students of all study branches who can imagine founding a company or who simply seek to learn how to create a business plan. It follows the "learning by doing" approach. The conveyed skills are implemented step-by-step by four persons through the writing of a business plan. Subsequently, the teams submit their results to the Berlin-Brandenburg Business Plan competition.

Enrollment

Please enroll via the Campus Management system.

Schedule of the course (in the winter semester 22/23)

The course will be carried out at the following dates as a block event.

Date

Event

Offline

Classroom Meeting

Room

28.10.2022

Kick Off Event - Ideas and team building

10:15-16:00

Startup Villa

11.11.2022

Founder Team - Product & Service

10:15-16:00

 

18.11.2022

Market analysis - target groups

10:15-16:00

 

25.11.2022

Prototyping - Marketing & Distribution

10:15-16:00

 

02.12.2022

Company - Financing

10:15-16:00

 

09.12.2022

BMC Iteration - Pitch & Storytelling

10:15-16:00

 

16.12.2022

Financing Part II

10:15-16:00

 

06.01.2023

Individual feedback meetings (optional)

10:15-11:00

digital

15.01.2023

Submission business plan or BMC

-

 

20.01.2023

Closing event

10:15-13:00

 

29.01.2023

Submission reflective paper 

-

 

Deadline: TBA - Deadline for submission to the Berlin-Brandenburg Business Plan Competition

Adresses

Startup Villa: Altensteinstraße 40, 14195 Berlin

HS 107: Garystraße 21, 14195 Berlin

FAQ: Problems with Campus Management registration


Contact person

Natalie Mahlert
Telefon: 030 838 4 52245
E-Mail: natalie.mahlert@fu-berlin.de

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