why do entrepreneur students need coaching or mentoring in business plans?

This is about business coaching and mentoring (In campus/college setting)
This is about business coaching and mentoring (In campus/college setting)

(tangeri has the best answer so far)

The key word to focus on here is "student" which implies they are learning and therefore not having a lot of experience, therefore, coaching or mentoring is apropos.

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6 Responses to why do entrepreneur students need coaching or mentoring in business plans?

  1. m_soulliere says:

    We had to take this in college to prepare us for the business world it’s allot harder then I thought it would be but I am glade I had those classesReferences :

  2. lee d says:

    Because business is a very serious thing, business plans are as close to real thing as you can get and if you miss one thing or show that you are not ready then you are just wasting peoples time and money.References :

  3. neniaf says:

    Because while many students have great business ideas, they don’t know much about how to implement these ideas. In order to get funding for their businesses, either from banks, angel investors, or venture capitalists, they need to learn how to present these ideas in accepted formats, and those with more experience can provide that.References :

  4. tangeri says:

    Because the real world and local conditions are not always the same as a textbook, there’s lots of ins and outs to learn, it’s a skill and you need feedback learning skills, and some people need coaching sticking to a business plans that are successful on paper.References :

  5. Michelle W says:

    you really need this for the legal, the business, the straight forward edge…sort-a-say….when u start a business, you have to know the in’s and out’s…the legality’s, anything that would make your business go FAR!!!!! lol you want to know the "ground work" before you know the top work…i.e. your ideas, your vision for what you want to do sort of thing…good luck! and I hope I will stopping by your store ;)References :

  6. F. J. says:

    The key word to focus on here is "student" which implies they are learning and therefore not having a lot of experience, therefore, coaching or mentoring is apropos.References :

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