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  • 1. E-Challenge 2010Master Entrepreneurship Business Administration 09-09-2010

2. AGENDA

  • E-assignment 1Pros and cons of business networks @Pundamilia
  • E-assignment 2Civil servant about entrepreneurial policy @
  • E-assignment 3Quote 500 entrepreneurwith 5 tips for success @van der Valk
  • E-assignment 4If the shoe fits @Sneakers
  • E-assignment 5Chamber of commerce and start-ups @KvK Utrecht
  • E-assignment 6(Dis)advantages of an incubator @
  • E-assignment 7Entrepreneurial aspects @Sexmuseum Amsterdam
  • E-assignment 8Entrepreneur about bankruptcy @Rhebergen
  • E-assignment 9Business connection @Eigenbiermerk & van Meel
  • E-assignment 10Serving a societal goal @Osira Groep
  • E-assignment 11Entrepreneur, bank and expert on recession @Tribe of Noise, ABN AMRO,
  • E-assignment 12Vind en Win @Twitter
  • E-assignment 13First aid for E-challenge @Tribe of Noise via Formspring.me
  • E-assignment 14Entrepreneurial veterans @Osira Groep
  • Questions?
  • Its raining E-points @No discussion possible

3. E-ASSIGNMENT 1PROS AND CONS OF BUSINESS NETWORKS @

  • Punda Milia
  • Pros of a business network:
  • Cheap solutions for beginning starters.
  • A business network provides in flexibility.
  • A business network is always up to date.And it keeps you up to date.
  • Cons of a business network:
  • Harm your reputation.
  • The gap between users and non users of a socialnetwork.

4. E-ASSIGNMENT 2CIVIL SERVANT ABOUT ENTREPRENEURIAL POLICY@

  • Facilitys
  • Extensive programms
  • Specefic project

5. E-ASSIGNMENT 3QUOTE 500 ENTREPRENEUR WITH 5 TIPS FOR SUCCESS @

  • Family Van der Valk - Nr. 49- Quote 500
  • Inner drive for success
  • Know your market thoroughly
  • Customer directed
  • Being creative
  • Entrepreneurship as a lifestyle

6. E-ASSIGNMENT 4IF THE SHOE FITS @

  • Location: Sneakers, Grote Houtstraat, Haarlem
  • Job:Try to sell a pair of shoes
  • Negotiation about the salary .
  • Result: 15% of the salesprice (of every shoe)
  • Work: In one hour, Christiaan sold one pair of shoes to a customer (it wasn t a very busy day)
  • Price: 89,00
  • Salary: 13,35
  • Normally it is not possible to work for only one hour!
  • Entrepreneurial view
  • Some tips from a Sneakers salesman:
  • Ask open questions like: What kind of shoe are you looking for?
  • Do not be too insistent

7. E-ASSIGNMENT 5CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND START-UPS @Chamber of Commerce Utrecht, activities: Professional advisor Organising seminars Start up Magazine Online help deskChamber of Commerces guides entrepreneurs through different stages:Orientation Planning Go to work Looking forward 8. E-ASSIGNMENT 6(DIS)ADVANTAGES OF AN INCUBATOR @

  • Providing in advice, facilities, guiding & information
  • Starting capital
  • Use of network
  • Cluster of companys
  • Events
  • Feeling of supervisor
  • Setting goals

9. E-ASSIGNMENT 7ENTREPRENEURIAL ASPECTS @

  • Entrepreneurial aspects:
  • They had their logo pasted on the coins of 1 euro and 2 euro.
  • Scooter with logo on it.
  • Drawing.
  • Pencils with name of the sexmuseum.
  • Information brochure.
  • Visitors can make free pictures of all the things.

10. E-ASSIGNMENT 8ENTREPRENEUR ABOUT BANKRUPTCY @

  • Very open company
  • Drive and believe in company
  • No stigmatization
  • Curator believes in restart

11. E-ASSIGNMENT 9BUSINESS CONNECTION @ 12. E-ASSIGNMENT 9BUSINESS CONNECTION @Entrepreneur 1Christiaan Deijkers Commercial Director Eigenbiermerk.nl Entrepreneur 2Joep van Meel DirectorF.E.A.B. van Meel Connection: FEAB van Meel can arrange the financial administration of Eigenbiermerk.nl

  • Benefits:
  • FEAB van Meel maintains a special rate for starters
  • FEAB van Meel has a large business network (banks, insurance companies etc.)
  • FEAB van Meel offers personal guidance to Eigenbiermerk.nl next to the paperwork

13. E-ASSIGNMENT 10SERVING A SOCIETAL GOAL @

  • Need for achievement we wanted to achieve the assignment
  • Tolerance for ambiguity we had no idea what whould happen, what we had to do and how they would react
  • Self-efficacy we all had one goal and we all believed in it
  • Drive we had the drive to help the people and make them happy and of course to achieve the assignment
  • Empathy we have the capacity to share the feelings of the elderly
  • Social commitment we all have a strong feeling of social commitment and try to help where we can
  • Patience we wait for the right moment

14. E-ASSIGNMENT 11ENTREPRENEUR, BANK AND EXPERT ON RECESSION@

  • The consequences of the economic recession
  • 11a) for SMEs...
  • ABN AMRO Haarlem (front office employee)
  • Less intake requests for business bank accounts
  • Stricter requirements for getting a loan
  • The bank demands a well-founded business plan
  • Increase in freelance workers
  • A secure income is more important than ever
  • 11b) for services delivered by banks...
  • Spoken with: Mr. van Oorschot (Director of Tribe of noise)
  • 1) Banks were more generous in giving loans to entrepreneurs. At this moment entrepreneurs
  • cant get loans at the banks
  • 2) Opportunity: getting loans from business angels (absurd goals)
  • 3) No venture capital climate
  • 4) For Tribe of Noise: opportunity ABN Amro sold their entrepreneurial department to the
  • Deutsche Bank (to expand be more generous)

15. E-ASSIGNMENT 12VIND EN WIN @ The Find the Location contest 16. E-ASSIGNMENT 13FIRST AID FOR E-CHALLENGE @ 17. E-ASSIGNMENT 14ENTREPRENEURIAL VETERANS @There are so many regulations now a days, there was much more freedom in running your business 30 years ago Now everything is media, I dont know much about it, but back in the days business was more tangible. I was selling on the Nieuwmarkt for years, selling curtains. I was there everyday, rain or shine, working hard to make a living.I was passionate about my work, loved doing it and never gave up, recession or not, I was there, trying to sell my products. 18. QUESTIONS?