First steps in innovation and entrepreneurship
First steps in innovation and entrepreneurship

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First steps in innovation and entrepreneurship

Conclusion

We hope you have enjoyed this short OpenLearn course, First steps in innovation and entrepreneurship. You should now have a clearer view of your pre-existing ideas and assumptions about innovation and entrepreneurship, and be able to see how they compare to those of other people. You should also be able to identify some of the core terms and categories used in innovation and be able to apply them to practical examples. Lastly, you should have started to recognise how the topics of innovation and entrepreneurship are connected and feel more confident about taking your studies to the next stage.

If you are interested in innovation and entrepreneurship, take a look at our undergraduate specialism in this area, BA (Honours) Business Management (Innovation and Enterprise) [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] . You can also view the following introduction to B205 Exploring innovation and entrepreneurship.

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