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ENT203 Marketing for Entrepreneurship
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Individual/Group Individual
Length 3 minutes (-/+ 10%)
Learning Outcomes The Subject Learning Outcomes demonstrated by successful completion of the task below include:
A) Compare, contrast and select effective methods for engaging customers in relevant markets.
Outline the primary and secondary research methods you have identified as the most effective methods for entrepreneurial journeys/ventures (approximately 60 seconds).
2. Select two methods as your preferred market research strategy and provide the advantages and disadvantages of each. Use the points below as a guide (approximately 90 seconds).
• Identify whether the method is primary or secondary research.
• Briefly explain any advantages and disadvantages around the use of the method with products or services.
Total Marks 100 marks
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3. Describe different ways you and other students could use the methods in your entrepreneurial practice in the future, based on what you have learned (approximately 30 seconds).
I need slides for this. Simple
My idea is a swim school for special needs kids. Based on the slides and the requirements for the subject.
Your presentation can include PowerPoint slides, WIKI or other tools to assist your audience to understand your key points. • The presentation should be based on concepts, tools and processes covered in the materials you studied in Module 1.

Editable Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation
Slides Count: 7 References with speaker notes at the bottom of each slide.

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