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My name is Jim Hart and I love to develop games for the arts entrepreneurship classroom. Jim Hart, Director of Arts Entrepreneurship at SMUThis site offers some of the games I have designed. I’ll be posting a new game each week for the next 34 weeks. Continue reading

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Network Discovery

Students learn how they can gain access to influential or important people, if they are willing to inquire and ask around. Continue reading

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Being Different and Necessary

This exercise aides students in differentiating themselves from market competition and defining how they will serve their audience by being necessary. Continue reading

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Designing Multiple Revenue Drivers

In this game, students learn to design multiple revenue drivers for their original entrepreneurial concept. Continue reading

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From Ideation to Startup

These twenty steps can serve as a student’s window into entrepreneurial vision. Once they see the dream, they see the gap and have an idea of how to fill it, it is important that they begin. They must develop momentum. Goethe famously said, “Whatever you can do or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power and magic in it.” Continue reading

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