University of Cape Town to Launch Course in Entrepreneurship

New program to help prepare participants to secure investment

The University of Cape Town's Graduate School of Business has launched a new executive course that will help entrepreneurs get their new businesses off the ground.

The new program, "Find - Make - Grow - Realize," promises to provide participants with "a deep understanding of the high-growth investment process," according to the course webpage. The program takes place over four sessions over the course of a month, and covers a mix of class discussion, theory, and case studies. 

"Find - Make - Grow - Realize" is aimed at "anyone with a vested interest in entrepreneurship and business building  – Southern African start-ups, entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs, business owners, CxO’s of Small to medium-sized businesses, investment professionals, management consultants, research institutions, development funding institutions, board members of early-stage growth companies and angel investors," according to the course webpage.

The first offering will take place starting on February 4, 2013. For more information, please see the "Find - Make - Grow - Realize" course page.


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