BS Entrepreneurship

A business owner is someone who owns a business either of product or service with the aim of meeting a need in the public, and in so doing makes profit. A business owner’s job description entails providing solution to business challenges, and contributing positively to the economy of the country by providing private sector employment opportunities. He/she provides entrepreneurial skills with which he/she finds solution to a lingering business challenge, or improves on an already discovered solution to the challenge. Simply put, business owners are innovators.

Entrepreneurship consultants help business owners improve their business operations. They may specialize in information technology, human resources or marketing, or they may give general advice on all areas of business management.

An e-commerce manager will oversee a team of designers and marketers and is responsible for all online activities. This includes organizing promotions, working with shipping companies to reduce transportation costs and making advertising decisions.

A business development professional is tasked with transforming and growing a company. This strategic and pivotal role is essential in the growth on an entire enterprise.

Marketing managers are responsible for developing, implementing and executing strategic marketing plans for an entire organization (or lines of business and brands within an organization) in order to attract potential customers and retain existing ones.

Personal financial advisors assess the financial needs of individuals and help them with decisions on investments (such as stocks and bonds), tax laws, and insurance. Advisors help clients plan for short- and long-term goals, such as meeting education expenses and saving for retirement through investments.

A public relations specialist is someone who creates and maintains a favorable public image for their employer or client. They write material for media releases, plan and direct public relations programs, and raise funds for their organizations.

The sales manager sells products by implementing sales plans; supervising sales staff.