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5 Online Courses Every Entrepreneur Should Take

| Published on May 7, 2020

Don’t just sit at home and while your day during this lockdown. Use this opportunity to hone your skills and become better than you already are! There are several platforms offering online courses these days and we have curated a bunch of them that are meant to boost your entrepreneurial skillset.

Harvard Business School: Online Lessons

Harvard Business School just launches a host of online classes that you could take online and finish all of them completely! If you want to boost your career with advanced skills, this is the lesson you would like to take. Check them out on the official website and keep an eye out for the deadline!

Entrepreneurship: Launching An Innovative Business Specialisation

Offered by the University of Maryland on Coursera, this 4 part course helps you in learning about customer relations, revenue streams, costing and business structures. It gives you an A to Z of how to work your business and master all the technicalities with ease. Best part? You can learn how to land an investment pitch as well! Take this course today and start your own venture soon!

The Essential Guide to Entrepreneurship by Guy Kawasaki

Guy Kawasaki is a renowned name, do you know why? Ex-Apple alumni and Canva evangelist Guy reveals it all in his class and teaches you how to start your business from scratch. Through 4 hours of content, you can achieve some great tips through his engaging content piece.

Guy Kawasaki — Online Courses, Classes, Training, Tutorials on Lynda

Leadership, Management and Entrepreneurship in the 21st Century

Be a leader in the 21st century as you adapt to the methods of the future marketers, entrepreneurs and business leaders. Bump your leadership skills through this interactive course full of tests, quizzes and interactive content that will keep you to your toes throughout.

First Pitch Checklist To Present Your Startup Idea

No matter how good your business skills are, if you don’t have the correct pitch, you cannot setup your business to prospective investors. As you keep practising your pitch, the better it becomes. This short course spanning over a duration of 40 minutes only can help you master the way you create your pitch. Tick off all the essentials of your checklist and make the final pitch to present your startup idea.

Source: EU Startups

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