The New Enterprise Development module tasks business students with coming up with a new idea and developing an investor-ready business plan. By the end of semester, students pitch their entrepreneurial idea in a hands-on Dragon’s Den style session in front of their classmates, lecturers and DCU Business School alumni – the ‘Dragons’. The module is led by Dr Eric Clinton, Associate Professor in Entrepreneurship at DCU Business School and Director of the DCU National Centre for Family Business.
The ICSB Global Awards honour outstanding contributions that demonstrate dedication, innovation and impact in entrepreneurship education.
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