UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA FINAL EXAMINATION
COURSE COURSE CODE EXAMINATION TIME
FUNDAMENTALS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP ENT300/ETR300 SEPTEMBER 2011 3 HOURS
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES 1. This question paper consists of four (4) parts : PART A (20 Questions) PART B (20 Questions) PART C (5 Questions) PART D (2 Questions)
Answer ALL questions from PART A, B, four (4) questions from PART C, and one (1) question from PART D. i) ii) iii) Answer PART A in the True/False Answer Sheet, Answer PART B in the Objective Answer Sheet. Answer PART C and PART D in the Answer Booklet. Start each answer on a new page.
Do not bring any material into the examination room unless permission is given by the invigilator. Please check to make sure that this examination pack consists of: i) ii) iii) iv) the Question Paper an Answer Booklet - provided by the Faculty a True/False Answer Sheet - provided by the Faculty an Objective Answer Sheet - provided by the Faculty
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This examination paper consists of 10 printed pages
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An entrepreneur is described as a person who acts as agent in transforming demand into supply. The statement, "A entrepreneur is an individual who actively forms or leads his own business and nurtures it for growth and prosperity", refers to the functional definition of an entrepreneur. In Malaysia, small and medium enterprises (SMEs) contribute about 90% of the total value added in the manufacturing sector. The franchisee is a company which sells the right to another party to operate the franchise business. In a franchise system, the advertising and promotional contribution is a one-off payment made by the franchisee to purchase the right to operate the franchise In Malaysia, the small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are commonly registered as sole proprietorship businesses. The affairs of all business entities in Malaysia are governed by the Memorandum and Article of Association. In a partnership business, when there is no written agreement, termination of any partner must be agreed by all partners Under the Industrial Coordination Act (ICA) 1975, every manufacturing company is required to obtain a manufacturing license from Malaysian Industrial Development Authority (MIDA). Preparation of a business plan is a process that involves the identification, analysis and selection of viable business ideas. The executive summary is part of the main body of the business plan. A well prepared operations plan will help the entrepreneur to evaluate market acceptance of the product or service. A "process chart" refers to a diagram showing the arrangement of machines, equipment, workers and other facilities used in the operations Compilation of geographic, demographic and psychographic factors is a process of market segmentation. The term "target market" refers to the group of customers with needs and wants that can be satisfied by the business through the supply of goods or services.
It is not mandatory for employers to contribute to the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) as long they have contributed to the Social Security Organisation (SOCSO). © Hak Cipta Universiti Teknologi MARA CONFIDENTIAL
The nature of industry is normally described in the organization aspect of the business plan. One of the main reasons for preparing a cash flow statement is to determine the expected profit for the planned period. Deposits and pre-operating expenses are examples of expenditure that are required to start a new business. The main objective of Bumiputera Entrepreneurs Retail Project Fund (PROSPER) is to enhance and upgrade Bumiputera entrepreneurs' participation in...
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