Lesson I: What is a business plan? Business plans in the cultural/artistic sector. + 1 Quiz
Lesson II. Business plan structure: Vision, mission and objectives. Target group and clients. Milestones. Executive Summary. Promoters. Operations plan. Communication and marketing plan. Economic and financial plan. Means. Sales strategies. Examples of business plan with Erasmus+. + 1 Quiz
Lesson III. Tools for business plans: SWOT in culture. Risk analysis. Gantt chart. Projects management. Cloud services. Backups. Project monitoring. Checklist. Project accounts. + 1 Quiz
Lesson IV. Various considerations: Possible barriers. Before starting. What do I contribute? Skills to undertake. Common mistakes. + 1 Quiz
In this online course you will learn:
What you need to know to design a business plan
Expand alternatives for designing a business plan structure
Successfully submit a cultural business plan
Discover tools for design a cultural business plan
Learn how to correctly manage and execute your business plan
You will have access to the following materials:
- Course presentations
- Examples of business plan with Erasmus+
- Example of artistic solidarity project
- Business Plan Tools
You will have the opportunity to access the course forum for questions and discussion with teachers and other students.
The methodology of this course is adjusted to the characteristics and needs of each student, combining both programmed teaching and the autonomy of the students, of course counting on the guidance of a specialized teacher and through the use of new communication technologies. information and communication, creating an active, close and collaborative learning environment at Campus Recreate.
The training actions of these project management courses are designed to promote, above all, practical knowledge at the same time that relevant skills, knowledge and experiences are fostered for professional development within the scope of the subject matter of the course.
The didactic material, fundamental object of the teaching process, will be made available to the student once their registration has been completed in an orderly manner and in the most suitable formats to adjust them to the specifications of the course. The student must work on them autonomously, devoting time that will depend on the individualized needs of the student.
Juan Salvador Cruz Gutiérrez
Non formal education in the heart, and business plans in the brain. Deeply in love with Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps. Wanting to learn more about artistic sector, has recently started to learn how to play drums and the ukulele. With a technical background, has a great combination of skills, knowledge and attitudes for a project like RECREATE. This is Juan Cruz, trainer, project developer, and our expert in business plan for this project.