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Nightlife & Entertainment Venue Entrepreneurship

This course listing applies to a Fall 2009 course. To find current courses, check out the Find a Course page.

Fall 2009
UGBA 98/198
2 Unit(s)



About the Course:

 Entrepreneurship is the art and skill of utilizing resources to implement new ideas.  Starting your own bar, music venue, or nightclub requires not only keen business savvy but also creativity, networking skills, and a passion for the industry.

This course emphasizes that, in addition to business knowledge, a broad array of legal and social skills are needed to start and maintain a nightlife enterprise successfully.  Upon completion of this course, students will have gained an understanding of basic entrepreneurship and industry-specific knowledge from information presented first-hand by bar and nightclub owners, as well as from a selection of outside readings.

The class will allow young entrepreneurs to assess their skills, resources, and industry competition, and equip them with the basic knowledge to help turn their dream scheme for a nightlife or entertainment venue into a viable business plan.

How to Enroll:

First, please email us at entrepreneurship09 AT if you are seriously considering taking this course.

If you are interested in enrolling in this course, you must attend the first day of class where you will be asked to fill out a short application.  In the case of over-enrollment, we will notify you as soon as possible regarding whether you are in the course, and we will then email out the CCN and CECs.

Thank you for your interest in the course! Feel free to email us with any questions or concerns you may have.

Course Contact: entrepreneurship09 AT

Time & Location:

Jenny Cheng
Meera Peermohamed
229 DwinelleTh 6-89/03full

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