Welcome to Week 2
Are you ready to design your social enterprise venture model?
In Week 1, we discussed how to connect problems with business ideas. This week we are going to look at business models, where we will use different toolkits to design our social enterprise venture model. We will also look at how to build our own team.
As you get ready to launch your venture idea, we offer a special opportunity for you to reflect on your personal strengths while helping us increase our knowledge of what personality traits, attitudes and behaviours drive social entrepreneurs.
Middlesex University, Living in Minca and O.P. Jindal Global University invite you to participate in a survey on social entrepreneur traits. Your anonymous responses will contribute to a research project being conducted by the course instructors and other researchers from O.P. Jindal Global University. This is not a mandatory requirement for this course, but your responses would add great value to our research and further knowledge in the field of Social Entrepreneurship. Your feedback will be used for research purposes only.
The survey should not take more than 8-10 minutes of your time. We also offer those who complete the survey an opportunity to preview an unpublished literature review summarizing results of over 100 empirical research studies on entrepreneurial personalities over a period of three decades. You will receive a link to view the pdf at the end of your survey responses.
To find out more and to take the survey, please click here.
For questions or concerns in respect of this research, please contact Jeremy Wade, O.P. Jindal Global University directly on email@example.com.
Please note that this is an independent research survey carried out by Middlesex University, Living in Minca and O.P. Jindal Global University and your participation may be subject to the course provider’s own policies and terms. FutureLearn takes no responsibility for the contents or the consequences of your participation in this survey. Participation in this survey has no impact on your course marks or progress and is entirely optional.