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Ch 41: CEOE Business Education: Starting a New Business

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Examine the components and processes required to start a new business by watching these short and fun video lessons. These lessons provide a handy resource for reviewing the new business start-up concepts you'll need to know about before you take the CEOE Business Education exam.

CEOE Business Education: Starting a New Business - Chapter Summary

Use the quick videos in this chapter to renew your knowledge of how to start a new business. Our instructors break down all the important concepts into bite-sized chunks that make your review of this topic for the CEOE Business Education exam simple and entertaining. These videos will solidify your knowledge of business start-up concepts like:

  • Business plan creation
  • Required licenses and permits
  • Start-up budgets
  • Microfinance for entrepreneurs
  • Crowdsourcing uses

These lessons feature dynamic animations and real-life examples to heighten your understanding of the business start-up process and help you retain critical info. You can watch the videos as often as you need or use the video tags to just review the main points of each lesson as you get ready for the exam.

Objectives of the CEOE Business Education: Starting a New Business Chapter

Certification as a business teacher in Oklahoma requires applicants to pass the CEOE Business Education exam. It assesses your knowledge and comprehension of important business topics you'll be teaching in the classroom. The exam consists of five subareas, including a marketing, customer service and entrepreneurship subarea; this is where you'll find questions about starting a new business. This subarea makes up about 17% of the exam.

Questions are primarily selected-response, but there is one constructed-response question in a different subarea. Selected-response questions might ask you to read a passage and answer questions about it, fill in the blanks or view charts or graphs and pick the best option from a series of answers. The quizzes that are featured in our lessons mimic the style of the selected-response questions on the exam and are a useful tool to practice answering these questions before test day.

6 Lessons in Chapter 41: CEOE Business Education: Starting a New Business
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Steps & Aspects for Starting a New Business

1. Steps & Aspects for Starting a New Business

You wake up dreaming of a business venture, think about it often during the day, and wish for it before going to sleep. If you want to be your own boss, there are a few simple steps to help you get ready to start your own business. This lesson will help you get going.

How to Write a Business Plan

2. How to Write a Business Plan

Staring a new business can be both exhilarating and intimidating. As with most things in life, having a plan tends to lead to better outcomes. In this lesson, you'll learn the basics of writing a business plan for a new start-up.

Types of Business Licenses & Permits

3. Types of Business Licenses & Permits

Just about every business requires some form of licensing or permit. Licenses and permits are issued by federal, state, and local authorities and can range from a mere permit to conduct business to specific licenses.

Microfinance for Entrepreneurs & Small Businesses

4. Microfinance for Entrepreneurs & Small Businesses

In this lesson, we define what microfinancing is and explore the uses and goals of this incredibly new and exciting form of economic assistance geared toward helping those in the third world.

Start-Up Budget: Definition & Example

5. Start-Up Budget: Definition & Example

This lesson will define a start-up budget. We'll look at an example budget from the perspective of a potential lender, along with a list of items to remember when building the budget.

What is Crowdsourcing? - Definition & Examples

6. What is Crowdsourcing? - Definition & Examples

This lesson explores why crowdsourcing is a valuable tool for business and how it can be applied to marketing related tasks. Companies usually have an interest in crowdsourcing because it is free and allows their talent pool to grow.

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