We have discussed various aspects of entrepreneurship and small business development

Entrepreneurship, Capital and Firm

Business & Finance homework help

BANGOR UNIVERSITY
AND
MANAGEMENT DEVLOPMENT INSTITUTE OF SINGAPORE

Course : Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Business Studies & Finance
(BSFD1 1709A, BSFD2 1709A)
Module Code and Title : ASB3104 Entrepreneurship, Capital and Firm
Module Leader : Dr Alby Kurian
Assessment : Individual Assignment
Due Date : 07 September 2018
Word Guide : 2500 words
Weighting within Module : 40% (100 marks)
We have discussed various aspects of entrepreneurship and small business development. In
particular, we have seen that there is a strong relationship between the individual entrepreneur
and the business s/he establishes and subsequently manages.
Drawing on material from the lecturer’s notes and independent research, construct a detailed
profile of an entrepreneur. In particular, you should examine the:
 background of the entrepreneur (E.g. childhood influences, family, triggering event)
 the decision to start-up the business
 the subsequent management and development of the new venture (E.g. Craftsman,
Opportunistic entrepreneur)
You should draw on the relevant material from the text and relate it directly to the material
you find. The better answers will provide a thorough analysis of the entrepreneur’s profile by
drawing on the relevant theories from the literature.

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Marking scheme
Marker’ Comments Excellent Good Satisfactory Weak Very
Weak
Knowledge of the subject area,
including academic debates and any
recent or anticipated developments
Structure of the answer, including
the coherent development of
arguments and the use of an
introduction and conclusion
Focus on the question asked,
including the ability to determine
what is relevant and the omission of
superfluous information/material
Use of appropriate sources,
including journal articles, books and
authoritative reports
Originality of interpretation,
including depth of analysis and the
ability to present arguments based on
sound reasoning
Standard of presentation,
including the use of language and
grammar, layout of the text, footnote
referencing, bibliography and
adherence to the stipulated word
limit
The maximum word count for the assignment is 2500 words, this does not include tables,
references and appendices. There is also a 10% leeway for this maximum word count.
This assignment constitutes 40% of the module mark.
THE ASSIGNMENT IS TO BE HANDED IN TO THE ADMIN BUILDING AND VIA
BLACKBOARD BY XYZ
Plagiarism is the most serious academic offence. It is the equivalent of stealing someone’s
work and fraudulently pretending that it is your own in order to gain higher marks than you
deserve. Copying, word for word, large chunks of writing from any source (e.g. paper, book,
the internet) without acknowledgement of the author or owner, is plagiarism. With modern
technology this has become increasingly easy to do and anyone who suspects that it is
happening should seek advice immediately. This also applies to a situation where you have
lent someone your work to help them and they have substantially reproduced it without
acknowledgement.
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All students should be aware that the Bangor Business School imposes penalties on any
student who is guilty of plagiarising work or of engaging in unfair practice in any
assessment. You should be aware that cheating has resulted in disqualification from the
degree.
END OF ASSIGNMENT
 

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