制作方:   伦敦大学, London Business School

  • John Mullins

    教学方:    John Mullins, Associate Professor of Management Practice

    London Business School
LevelBeginner
Commitment7 weeks of study, 5-6 hours/week
Language
English
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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4.7 stars
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已评分 4.7,总共 5 个 151 评分

It was a really insightful course elaborating on each customer funded business model so that you both understand and enjoy learning. The content of this course are highly functional and useful for a startup.

Very interesting and sadly we do not have this kind of amazing learning at University. Learned a lot especially is great dialogues with entrepreneurs and how Dr. Mullins explains everything with examples and gives interesting assignments.

Excellent course so far, right course about Finance.

Brilliant course, I got a lot out of this. Covers the main revenue models for customer funding. A great counter to the fashionable way of starting a company (business plan + VC) and a course I'll recommend to those looking to start their own businesses.

The assignments were genuinely challenging (not quizzes) which had me out speaking to entrepreneurs about their perspectives - something I honestly wouldn't have done if not encouraged to do by this course.

The course does assume that you have at least a rough idea for a business before you start. If you're just vaguely interested in business this will be less relevant for you.