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B and G Block Entrepreneurship 3-5B Slide

Directions: Copy and paste the information in bold into your 3-5B Slide.  Students should use this to write the script for their elevator pitches.  Remind students that pitches must be two minutes or less and include: Introduction... (Who are you? ) Pain Statement... (What problem are you trying to solve?) Product  &  Value  Proposition... (What  is  your  product  and  how  does  it  solve  this problem?) Target Market.. (Who is your product designed for?) Closing / Thank You...

B and G Block Entrepreneurship 3-5A Slide

Directions: On your 3-5A Slide, write a 60-second elevator pitch describing your dream future and the path you’ll take to get there.  If you are not working in a group, share your elevator pitch to a classmate.   *Please don’t forget to add a visual to your slide.

B and G Block Entrepreneurship 3-4 B Slide

Directions:  Choose a career you are interested in and do a SWOT Analysis of it.  Copy and paste the following into your 3-4B Slide: What are the strengths and weaknesses of this potential career? (At least 2 sentences please) What opportunities do you have to learn about and explore this career? (At least 2 sentences)  What might threaten your success in this career? (At least 2 sentences)

B and G Block Entrepreneurship 3-4A Slide

Directions: Choose groups of 2-3 and choose two business ideas you would like to present at the Idea Pitch.  Review your SWOT Analysis for all five options so that you are informed decision-makers.  You are not just deciding which ideas you like best, but which have the potential to be the most successful businesses.  Copy and paste the following into your 3-4A Slide: Business Idea #1 Name: Explain idea #1 (At least 2 sentences please): Business Idea #2 Name: Explain idea #2 (At least 2 sentences please):

D Block Entrepreneurship 5-2B Slide

  START-UP COSTS: (Items that only need to be purchased once and can be used to run your business) (Item) (Price)         OPERATING COSTS: (Items other than Cost of Goods Sold that will eventually run out and be used to run your business) (Item) (Price)        

B and G Block Entrepreneurship

  Directions: Copy and paste the following into your 3-3 Slide, and answer the questions. Brainstorm what your end-goal for a business idea is ( At least three sentences ) What are the criteria for a good business idea?  (What is needed for a good business idea? At least three sentences )

D Block Entrepreneurship 5-2 Slide

Calculate your own Cost of Goods sold for your products from Chapter 4.   List the items needed to make your product and identifying its cost per unit. Determine a selling price for your product and state why you chose that. What is your profit? (Sale Price - Cost of Goods Sold)  Will this allow you to be a profitable business?  Why or why not?

B and G Block Entrepreneurship 3-2 Slide

  Using customer review sites like Amazon.com and Yelp, identify similar products that already exist in the marketplace: Product #1: Product’s strengths - Product’s weaknesses - Product #2: Product’s strengths - Product’s weaknesses -

D Block Entrepreneurship 5-1 Slide

Students can work with their groups to brainstorm possible questions that they could use on their products’ consumer surveys to address each of the 4 P’s: 1. One survey question about  product. 2. One survey question about  place. 3. One survey question about  price. 4. One survey question about  promotion.

B and G Block Entrepreneurship 3-1 Slide

Directions: Brainstorm business ideas that could solve the problems and needs the class identified. Problem or Need What problem or need are you solving? (At least 2 sentences) Business Idea What is your idea and how does it solve this problem? (At least 2 sentences) Feasibility Is this idea feasible?  What is one feasibility obstacle you might encounter? (At least 2 sentences)