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Stenvall-Virtanen, S.; Grönlund, M.; Malinen, P.; Foà, C.; Crespo, M.; Cardoso, G.; Jones-Evans, D.; Agusita, E.; Sádaba, C.; Arrese, A.; Salaverría, Ramón; Picard, R. (2016)
Publisher: CreBiz
Languages: English
Types: Book

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This handbook has been written as a result of work undertaken in the "CreBiz - Business Development Laboratory Study Module for Creative Industries" project. The objective of creating the study module is to enhance the business knowledge of undergraduate and graduate students of arts, humanities and media and communications, i.e. individuals, who have potential to be (self) employed after their graduation in the field of creative industries. Special focus in the study module is given to the latent entrepreneurial propensities, i.e. personal qualities and skills of the individual that would enable students to pursue an entrepreneurial career when given the opportunity or incentive to new venture creation.
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