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The literature identifies three major barriers to the internationalisation of entrepreneurial firms: lack of foreign market knowledge, limited human and financial resources, and inherent weaknesses in management.

This module focuses on the growth and development process of the firm from start-up to multi-nationality. The theories underpinning the module are grounded in entrepreneurship and international business and emphasise process and development.

BMG936 International Entrepreneurship

i) Strengths in your online communication, knowledge of the field, understanding of your own professional practice.

You should submit a promotional 1-page PDF containing a live link or links to your choice of platform and an indication of your online content. Your content should be appropriate to your target audience and focus.

This module gives you the opportunity to explore and understand your own professional practice and propel or launch your professional career and work towards personal goals (LO1).

Student Futures - a dedicated Career and Skills Development team offering academic skills and business advice, career mentoring, guidance support and online resources.

Bright Red Triangle (BRT) - a dedicated team providing entrepreneurial business support and guidance for those wanting to pursue a self-employed career. Enterprise Manager, Pete McLean will lead a Freelance Academy and overview in Week 2.

LO5: Demonstrate significant autonomy and initiative whilst critically reflecting on your own creative practice.

LO4: Effectively communicate creative concepts and outcomes to an external audience utilising appropriate visual and verbal presentation techniques.

LO3: Generate and develop feasible conceptual solutions for continued entrepreneurial practice.

LO2: Plan and respond to research and/or entrepreneurial opportunities in a creative professional context.

LO1: Effectively communicate critical knowledge of your chosen field and demonstrate understanding of your own professional practice.

DES11144 Research and Entrepreneurship Projects