MBA603: Risks and Ethical Issues in Investment and Product Launch

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Risks and Ethical Issues in Investment and Product Launch

  • Introduction

Launching and investing in a new venture is a challenging undertaking. It is challenging because one is chattering into untested waters with unknown depths, even with the best pre-investment analysis. The major objectives of investing or launching a new venture including earning a good profit, meeting the financial obligations of the business, efficiency use of revenues and profits, and strengthening the financial position of the business. However, the path to attain these objectives is laden with various risk and ethical dilemmas that an investor must overcome. Bring Me Home is a start-up in Australia that allows restaurants and cafes to list surplus foods at discounted prices that is collected by users at allotted time. It is a social services type start up founded by Jane Kou in Melbourne and has been operating since 2017. The found its looking for an accelerator to help expand outside Melbourne into Sydney and other cities and plans to cover the whole Australia within three years. This study discusses the major risks and ethical issues facing a new venture and discusses the top three risk and ethics that an investor should consider using the case of Bring Me Home.

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MBA603: Risks and Ethical Issues in Investment and Product Launch

Assessment Information
Subject Code: MBA603
Subject Name: New Venture Capital Raising
Assessment Title: Assessment 1: Risks and Ethical Issues
Weighting: 25%
Total Marks: 100
Word Limit: 2000 words
Submission TurnItIn
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Assessment Description
The purpose of Assessment 1 is to identify and discuss the various risks and ethical issues to be
considered when launching and/or investing in a start-up. In the first two parts, discuss the various risks
and ethical issues to consider (a) as an entrepreneur, and (b) as an investor. Then, in Part Three, identify
those that you think are the top three issues (inclusive) you need to give priority to when launching /
investing in a start-up. Give examples using various case studies / businesses (including your own
business). Justify your answers giving reference to relevant research.
Here are some basic guidelines for the submission:
• Introduction: Give a brief background of what the paper will be about and highlight any companies
that will serve as case studies.
• Risks / Risk Assessments (Part One)

o Highlight at least three (3) risks to be considered when launching and investing in a start-
up.

o Consider the different viewpoints from an entrepreneur’s perspective and an investors
perspective.
• Ethical Issues (Part Two)
o Highlight at least three (3) ethical issues to be considered when launching and investing in
a start-up.
o Consider the different viewpoints from an entrepreneur’s perspective and an investors
perspective.

• Top Three Risks / Ethical Issues (inclusive) [Part Three]
o From the 6+ issues you have identified in the previous sections (inclusively), identify and
discuss the top three considerations. MBA603: Risks and Ethical Issues in Investment and Product Launch.

• Conclusion / Summary
• References
Use a minimum of three ‘real’ business case studies / scenarios for this report. Additionally, a minimum of
ten (10) professional references (journals, reputable websites, government papers, etc.) are to be used.

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Risks and Ethical Issues in Investment and Product Launch

  • Introduction

Launching and investing in a new venture is a challenging undertaking. It is challenging because one is chattering into untested waters with unknown depths, even with the best pre-investment analysis. The major objectives of investing or launching a new venture including earning a good profit, meeting the financial obligations of the business, efficiency use of revenues and profits, and strengthening the financial position of the business. However, the path to attain these objectives is laden with various risk and ethical dilemmas that an investor must overcome. Bring Me Home is a start-up in Australia that allows restaurants and cafes to list surplus foods at discounted prices that is collected by users at allotted time. It is a social services type start up founded by Jane Kou in Melbourne and has been operating since 2017. The found its looking for an accelerator to help expand outside Melbourne into Sydney and other cities and plans to cover the whole Australia within three years. This study discusses the major risks and ethical issues facing a new venture and discusses the top three risk and ethics that an investor should consider using the case of Bring Me Home………… MBA603: Risks and Ethical Issues in Investment and Product Launch….

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