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工商管理學士課程(BBA,Bachelor of Business Administration)

我們的工商管理學士(BBA,Bachelor of Business Administration)課程是你的必然選擇

Nobel University

Nobel University

 

在最短的時間內,獲得BBA學位
  諾貝爾大學的工商管理學士課程有很大的優勢,原因是積極進取的學生可以比起傳統的美國大學學位課程,,較快地完成。

 

Nobel University2

 

實惠的MBA課程
  CMA與諾貝爾大學的特殊關係,能夠使他們的課程很實惠,大家在香港。通過CMA修讀CMA的專業文憑(港元30,000),便可獲得豁免大部份MBA的學科。
在當地修讀諾貝爾大學(NOBEL UNIVERSITY)MBA課程為$18,600美元,現在你只需要完成我們的專業文憑,便可獲該大學的大部份學分豁免,只需要付出19,800港元,便可報讀。

 

國際的認受性The Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education (BPPE)
諾貝爾大學獲得私立高中教育事務處(BPPE)和美國移民和海關執法局的認可。BPPE學校代碼:1942091

 

簡便靈活的入學和畢業要求
  不需要參加托福(TOEFL)GMATGRE

工商管理碩士 , MBA , CMA , PHD , 進修課程 , BBA , 博士學位

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Harvard i-lab | Startup Secrets: Funding Strategies to Go the Distance with Michael Skok 7 of 7

Harvard i-lab | Startup Secrets: Funding Strategies to Go the Distance with Michael Skok 7 of 7


At a time when there are so many ways to fund your startup, from angels to accelerators, it’s more important than ever to develop a funding strategy that fits your particular needs. Maybe you shouldn’t even raise money! In this session we’ll explore the options and help you think through not just your initial funding but a trajectory to stay funded until you’ve reached your goal, be that an independent public company or a self-sustaining social venture. We’ll also try to remove the mystique of VC and as usual bring some case examples to bear to bring it all to life.

Learn more about the Harvard Innovation Lab at http://i-lab.harvard.edu/ and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/innovationlab and like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/harvardinnovationlab

 

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Harvard i-lab | Startup Secrets Part 5: Wrap Up | Michael Skok and Geoffrey Moore

Harvard i-lab | Startup Secrets Part 5: Wrap Up | Michael Skok and Geoffrey Moore


Presenting to a full house, renowned author, Geoffrey Moore, and Michael Skok took a closer look into gaining an unfair competitive advantage as an entrepreneur. The event commenced with a recap of observations and learning from the previous five workshops, followed by insights from Geoffrey Moore into the secrets of entrepreneurship and business building, including a preview of Moore’s latest book, Escape Velocity. The lecture concluded with a book-signing, lunch and networking with fellow entrepreneurs.

You can read more about Michael Skok, and his Startup Secrets on his website: http://mjskok.com/ and follow him on twitter at http://twitter.com/mjskok

Learn more about the Harvard Innovation Lab at http://i-lab.harvard.edu/ and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/innovationlab and like us on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/harvardinnovationlab

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Harvard i-lab | Startup Secrets Part 4: Going To Market – Michael Skok

Harvard i-lab | Startup Secrets Part 4: Going To Market – Michael Skok


In Part 4 of Michael Skok’s Harvard i-lab lecture series, “Startup Secrets: An insiders guide to unfair competitive advantage,” Skok describes the fundamentals of building a go-to-market strategy for your business.

You can read more about Michael Skok, and his Startup Secrets on his website: http://mjskok.com/ and follow him on twitter at http://twitter.com/mjskok

Learn more about the Harvard Innovation Lab at http://i-lab.harvard.edu/ and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/innovationlab and like us on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/harvardinnovationlab

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Harvard i-lab | Startup Secrets Part 3: Business Model – Michael Skok

Harvard i-lab | Startup Secrets Part 3: Business Model – Michael Skok


In Part 3 of Michael Skok’s Harvard i-lab lecture series, “Startup Secrets: An insiders guide to unfair competitive advantage,” Skok helped students to think thorugh the three aspects of business model creation—identifying your C.O.R.E. value, finding Multipliers for growth and Levers for cost economies. This allows you to have much better odds of building a company that returns value disproportionally to all of its stakeholders.

You can read more about Michael Skok, and his Startup Secrets on his website: http://mjskok.com/ and follow him on twitter at http://twitter.com/mjskok

Learn more about the Harvard Innovation Lab at http://i-lab.harvard.edu/ and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/innovationlab and like us on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/harvardinnovationlab

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Harvard i-lab | Startup Secrets Part 2: Company Formation – Michael Skok

Harvard i-lab | Startup Secrets Part 2: Company Formation – Michael Skok

In Part 2 of Michael Skok’s Harvard i-lab lecture series, “Startup Secrets: An insiders guide to unfair competitive advantage,” Skok argues that ideas aren’t worth much without great people to back them up. It’s human capital that makes the difference between good and great companies, which is why attracting and retaining the right people and getting them dialed into the right vision is utterly essential for the burgeoning venture.

You can read more about Michael Skok, and his Startup Secrets on his website: http://mjskok.com/ and follow him on twitter at http://twitter.com/mjskok

Learn more about the Harvard Innovation Lab at http://i-lab.harvard.edu/ and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/innovationlab and like us on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/harvardinnovationlab

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Harvard i-lab | Startup Secrets Part 1: Value Proposition – Michael Skok

In Part 1 of Michael Skok’s Harvard i-lab lecture series, “Startup Secrets: An insiders guide to unfair competitive advantage,” Skok laid out one of the first stages of creating a company: defining the value proposition.

You can read more about Michael Skok, and his Startup Secrets on his website: http://mjskok.com/ and follow him on twitter at http://twitter.com/mjskok

Learn more about the Harvard Innovation Lab at http://i-lab.harvard.edu/ and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/innovationlab and like us on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/harvardinnovationlab

 

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Harvard i-lab | Startup Secrets: Turning Products into Companies with Michael Skok 6 of 7


You’ve figured out your value prop, you’ve got a great product under development. Now what? How can you develop a roadmap to build a company? VCs often qualify deals as being a “feature” a “product” or a “company.” Which do you have and how will you get where you want to go? During this session we’ll discuss how to think about designing your product as a foundational element of your business. Think beyond UX and Architecture to Whole Product, Ecosystems, and Strategic partners. Formulate how to design your go to market strategy and business model into your product with a modular architecture, distinctive packaging and a frictionless approach.

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