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Issues Faced By Small and Medium Enterprises In...
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Seminar paper from the year 2016 in the subject Business economics - Company formation, Business Plans, grade: 81%, University of South Wales, language: English, abstract: The paper aims to analyse the current situation of a fictive company and moreover to work out an adequate internationalisation strategy considering the following three key objectives: 1. Reduce labour costs by shifting the production- centre to a low-income country, 2. Enter new markets in countries with a low level of market satisfaction, 3. Enlarge the range and variety of products through a highly educated R&D-Team. After evaluating the business environment, three potential target countries for the internationalisation process are assessed. In a next step the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats are lined out. Moreover a PEST-analysis is conducted to prepare for the location decision. Finally, the most adequate method is selected and a brief conclusion and recommendation are given.

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Stand: 07.11.2017
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Corporate Entrepreneurship. What do Companies r...
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Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2016 in the subject Business economics - Company formation, Business Plans, grade: 1, Uppsala University, language: English, abstract: Within a world of emerging global markets and rapid technological development, there is a strong demand for entrepreneurship within established companies in order to stay competitive. According to different studies, there is a positive linkage between Corporate Entrepreneurship (CE) and companies performance, which leads to a strong demand from organizations to foster their entrepreneurial culture. The recruitment and selection function within Human Resource Management (HRM) is an essential driver to attract, develop, and retain entrepreneurial people within corporations. The literature proposes that companies should match their selection criteria to the identified dimensions of Entrepreneurial Orientation (EO). However, there is a lack of research if companies have specific HRM practices to select and retain entrepreneurial people. By investigating the recruitment requirements and development possibilities of Swedish-based companies, this study contributes empirical knowledge to the topic of how companies deal with HRM and CE. This information improves the understanding in the Corporate Entrepreneurship literature.

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Maltural. A Business Plan of a non-alcoholic Ma...
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Bachelor Thesis from the year 2016 in the subject Business economics - Company formation, Business Plans, grade: 1,4, University of the Americas Puebla, language: English, abstract: Through the development of this business plan, the feasibility of launching a new carbonated soft drink on the Mexican market was analyzed. The analysis showed that there exists a huge potential for healthier beverages, especially in the upper classes as they are already more conscious of the importance of healthier nutrition. The companys beverage containing malt, hops and yeast not only looks like a healthy alternative but it also really offers a nutritive refreshment full of vitamins, which can perfectly respond to the upcoming market demand and at the same time distinguish itself perfectly from indirect competitors. At the moment of launch, the company will not have any direct competitor. Studies showed that 77% of health product purchases are functional; Maltural fits flawlessly in this product segment as it not only offers nutrition but also vegetable proteins, minerals like calcium and iron and various B vitamins.

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Stand: 30.01.2018
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The Good Fail - Entrepreneurial Lessons from th...
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Richard Keith Latman is Chief Executive Officer, cofounder of iMagicLab and the Founder of Latman Interactive. Latman drives product development, technology, sales, marketing, and architecture decisions across all iMagicLab/Latman products to ensure the product direction is consistent with the overall strategy of the company and the needs of the marketplace. Over the past nine years, he has trained tens of thousands of salespeople, written over 275 articles, and spoken at major events and seminars nationwide. Latman has broad experience in the sales, hardware, software, and services sectors, having spent more than 20 years in senior management roles in the IT industry. Prior to founding iMagicLab, Latman helped start many innovative companies including RetailTRAC (sold to Minow LLC), MicroPOS (sold to Micros), and Microworkz.com.

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Stand: 12.12.2017
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The Relationship between Financial Capability a...
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Bachelor Thesis from the year 2016 in the subject Business economics - Company formation, Business Plans, grade: A, University of Stirling, language: English, abstract: This study aimed to analyse the relationship between financial capability and student entrepreneurship at Scottish universities. Three research questions were considered based on the gaps and disagreements highlighted in the literature review. First: What is the level of financial capability of student entrepreneurs at Scottish universities and how does it differ from that of other students? Second: What factors contribute to the financial capability development of student entrepreneurs? and third: What are the relationships between specific components of financial capability and entrepreneurial attitudes and intentions? Using a mixed method design to data collection, the study incorporated an online questionnaire and face-to-face interviews. Data were collected from 107 students and 30 student entrepreneurs. The questionnaire findings showed that student entrepreneurs exhibited higher levels of financial capability, were more willing to take risks and also viewed entrepreneurship as less risky, when compared to other students. The data also suggested the need for improving students financial capability, especially regarding investments. Furthermore, the research established a remarkable relationship between financial capability and entrepreneurial attitudes and intentions. Interview data indicated that the development of financial capability is a complex process, but it is mainly shaped by parental influence, followed by internal triggers, experience concerning work and business and independent living. By establishing the need for improved levels of financial capability and the relationships between entrepreneurship and financial capability, this study recommends that both financial capability and entrepreneurship development programmes and policies should be encouraged to target students and student entrepreneurs with the groups specific requirements in mind.

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Stand: 30.01.2018
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Growing Pains - Building Sustainably Successful...
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An insightful and practical toolkit for managing organizational growth Growing Pains is the definitive guide to the life cycle of an organization, and the optimization strategies that make the organization stronger. Whether growth is rapid, slow, or not occurring at all, this book provides a host of solid tools and recommendations for putting everything in order. Now in its fifth edition, this invaluable guide has been fully updated to reflect the current economic climate, and includes new case studies and chapters discussing nonprofit life cycle tools, leadership challenges and the leadership molecule, and real-world applications of the frameworks presented. The latest empirical research is presented in the context of these ideas, including new data on strategic organizational development. Mini-cases that illustrate growth management issues have been added throughout, with additional coverage of international entrepreneurship and companies that provide a frame of reference for the perspective being developed. Growing pains are normal, and a valuable indicator of organizational health, but they indicate the need for new systems, processes, and structure to support the organizations size. This book provides a practical framework for managing the process, applicable to organizations of all sizes. Understand the key stages of growth and the challenges of each Measure your organizations growing pains and development Deploy new tools that facilitate positive organizational development Make the necessary transitions required to ensure sustainable success Some companies, even after brilliant beginnings, lose their way as growth throws them for a loop. Growing Pains identifies the underlying factors that promote long term success, and gives you a framework for successfully managing the transitions of growth.

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Stand: 12.12.2017
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Growing Pains - Building Sustainably Successful...
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An insightful and practical toolkit for managing organizational growth Growing Pains is the definitive guide to the life cycle of an organization, and the optimization strategies that make the organization stronger. Whether growth is rapid, slow, or not occurring at all, this book provides a host of solid tools and recommendations for putting everything in order. Now in its fifth edition, this invaluable guide has been fully updated to reflect the current economic climate, and includes new case studies and chapters discussing nonprofit life cycle tools, leadership challenges and the leadership molecule, and real-world applications of the frameworks presented. The latest empirical research is presented in the context of these ideas, including new data on strategic organizational development. Mini-cases that illustrate growth management issues have been added throughout, with additional coverage of international entrepreneurship and companies that provide a frame of reference for the perspective being developed. Growing pains are normal, and a valuable indicator of organizational health, but they indicate the need for new systems, processes, and structure to support the organizations size. This book provides a practical framework for managing the process, applicable to organizations of all sizes. Understand the key stages of growth and the challenges of each Measure your organizations growing pains and development Deploy new tools that facilitate positive organizational development Make the necessary transitions required to ensure sustainable success Some companies, even after brilliant beginnings, lose their way as growth throws them for a loop. Growing Pains identifies the underlying factors that promote long term success, and gives you a framework for successfully managing the transitions of growth.

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Stand: 07.11.2017
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Book Review: The Lean Startup by Eric Ries - Cr...
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It can be hard for busy professionals to find the time to read the latest books. Stay up to date in a fraction of the time with this concise guide.Eric Ries 2011 bestseller The Lean Startup is a valuable guide for startup founders and aspiring entrepreneurs. Ries applies the methods of lean management to the creation and development of startups, with the aim of allowing users to reduce waste, optimise production processes and find out what their customers really want. The principles of his approach will help entrepreneurs to achieve sustainable growth and adapt rapidly to changes in their environment, which is vital given the uncertainty and risk which characterise most startups. The Lean Startup has won legions of devoted followers all over the world, and Ries innovative approach has been applied to many businesses across a wide range of sectors.This book review and analysis is perfect for: •Startup founders looking to ensure sustained growth•Entrepreneurs and anyone thinking of starting a company•Anyone interested in understanding this innovative approach to entrepreneurshipAbout 50MINUTES.COM | BOOK REVIEWThe Book Review series from the 50Minutes collection is aimed at anyone who is looking to learn from experts in their field without spending hours reading endless pages of information. Our reviews present a concise summary of the main points of each book, as well as providing context, different perspectives and concrete examples to illustrate the key concepts.

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Innovation in the Asia Pacific - From Manufactu...
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This book promotes the creation of advanced knowledge-based economies driven by innovation networks and the continuous development of human capital and capability. It provides valuable insights into the growing emergence of knowledge-based industries of the Asia Pacific, and highlights research on: modes of creativity and innovation; intellectual property; the components of national innovation systems such as firms, education and training; knowledge and technical infrastructure; and public policy. The Asia Pacific region is currently in the process of transforming from being the manufacturing centre of the global economy to a centre of innovation for the knowledge economy, with the successful IPO of Alibaba in 2014 being a prime example of this shift. From a neo-Schumpeterian perspective, the region is increasingly engaged in shortening and intensifying cycles of innovation. The historic agreement at the Beijing APEC meeting between China and the US to radically reduce carbon emissions indicates that one imperative of this innovation is to contribute to sustainability. The fact that the US Government is moving away from this historic commitment, while the Chinese Government is endorsing the commitment, indicates an emerging opportunity for Asia to lead the world technologically in a vital industrial sector of the future. Thomas Clarke is Professor of Management and Director of the Key University Research Centre for Corporate Governance at the University of Technology Sydney. Formerly he was Chair of the Academic Board at UTS, and a member of the University Council. In the United Kingdom he was DBM Professor of Corporate Governance at Leeds Business School, and Professor of Management at China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) in Shanghai. He has held Visiting Professorships at the University of Paris, Dauphine; ESC Lille, France; University of Geneva, Switzerland; FGV Business School, Sao Paulo, Brazil; UAM Business School, Mexico City; and a Nuffield Foundation Visiting Research Fellowship at the University of Warwick.

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Business plan for a chocolate factory in Latvia
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Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2017 in the subject Business economics - Company formation, Business Plans, grade: N/N, , language: English, abstract: This paper represents a business plan and feasibility study for a chocolate factory outside Riga/Latvia. In its first section the paper depicts product line, organizational principles, supply chain strategies, and marketing strategy. In its second section it bases the enterprise on analysis of market and business environment in Latvia. It can be shown that the project falls in line with both economical developments and national and EU policies favoring foreign investment. The paper assumes a fictional but realistic mother firm in the UK to expand to the national market of Latvia in this way. The business plan comprises a description of products, a marketing strategy, a depiction of organization, basic corporate strategies and envisaged supply network, and a schedule for implementation. The feasibility study provides market and conditions analysis and financial rationale.

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