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  • Entrepreneurship
    PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP AMONG EDUCATED YOUTH Ms.K.Ramalakshmi, M.Com.M.phil., Mrs.S.Sakunthala Devi, M.Com,M.phil,...
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  • Entrepreneurship & Economic Development
    Research Paper On: “ENTREPRENEURSHIP & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT” Submitted To: Mr. Niaz Patwary (NzP) Faculty, North South University Submission Date: 3th April, 2013 Course Name: MGT 368 (Entrepreneurship) Section: 09 Submitted by: Kazi Jubair Radin-...
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  • Promoting Entrepreneurship Among Youth in India
    PROMOTING ENTREPRENEURSHIP AMONG YOUTH IN INDIA The dimension of the entrepreneurship is changing not from its perceptive form today environment but also from its origin. The lusts of entrepreneurship in rural and urban areas are different. The think tank has to continuously surrogate the aim of...
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  • Corporate Entrepreneurship
                            Academic Year   2012‐2013                                          CEMS BLOCK SEMINAR:  Take‐home examination  Corporate Entrepreneurship            Pauline GELDOF – CEMS Master 2  Introduction   ...
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  • Entrepreneurship and Economic Development.
    Entrepreneurship and Economic Development A Commentary on Entrepreneurship and Economic Development (ed. Wim Naudé) Robert J. Strom Interest in the study of entrepreneurship has flourished among scholars in recent years. This research has brought to light, among other things, the important role...
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  • Social Capital and Women Entrepreneurship in Bangladesh
    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY It has been forty years since our glorious independence for which millions of people willingly sacrificed their lives. But the matter of great regret is that still the people of this nation have to fight, not against the enemy, but against hunger, starvation, and poverty. A...
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  • Final Project of Entrepreneurship
    TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive summary 2 Indroduction 2 Company 2 Product & Services 2 TARGET Market 3 Financial Considerations 3 Objectives 3 Keys to Success 3 Business Overview 4 Business Mission statement, Goals and Objectives 5 Business Opportunity 5 Industry Analysis 6 Market...
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  • Research Work About Social Entrepreneurship
    Professional Higher Education Bachelor's Programme “European Business Studies” Course Paper in Economics Support policies applicable for social enterprises in different countries Author: Aleksandrs Jevdokimovs Group D1A1 Supervisor: Danuta Jasjko Riga, May 2013 Table of...
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  • Entrepreneurship Process and Principles
    Entrepreneurship process and principles Chapter: Introduction to Entrepreneurship process and principles Definition of entrepreneur -According to American Heritage Dictionary, “Entrepreneur is a person who organizes, operates and assumes the risk for business venture” -According to Skinn...
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  • Women Empowerment Through Entrepreneurship
    Abstract: Entrepreneurship is the future of the modern society. They are the driving forces behind Indian economy. Entrepreneurs are people who come out with an new ideas , innovations , do things, which are not generally done in the ordinary course of a business. Empowerment of women entrepren...
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  • A Relational Study on Customer Satisfaction, Trust , Switching Barriers and over All Customer Retention in the Context of Unitrend Ltd.
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  • Critical Factors of Women Entrepreneurship Development in Rural Bangladesh
    Abstract The paper aims to analyze the critical factors of women entrepreneurship development in rural Bangladesh. The analysis is based on recent theoretical ideas that have been supported by empirical research findings. The paper depicts an analytical framework based on institutional theory, w...
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  • Theories of Entrepreneurship
    Introduction Entrepreneurship is a phenomenon that is driving the world economy today and aptly so because entrepreneurship is the process of creating economic and social value by means of taking risks, creating and exploiting opportunity and generating new ideas. Entrepreneurship is all pervasive...
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  • Present Status of Women Entrepreneurship in India
    IMPACT OF WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS ON SOCIETY PRESENT STATUS, GROWTH AND IMPACT OF WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS Abstract Women constitute around half of the total world population. So is in India also. They are therefore, regarded as the better half of the society. In traditional societies they were conf...
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  • Women Entrepreneurship
    INTRODUCTION The emergence of women entrepreneur & their contribution to the national economy is quite visible in India. Women have become aware of their existence, their rights & their work situations. The number of women entrepreneur has grown over a period especially in the 1990s. Women hav...
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  • Development of Entrepreneurship in Ghana: the Way Forward
    DEVELOPMENT OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN GHANA: THE WAY FORWARD Entrepreneurship is the most powerful economic force known to mankind. The Entrepreneurial Revolution that captured our imagination during the 1990s has now permeated every aspect of business thinking and planning. As exemplified by industr...
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  • Corporate Entrepreneurship at Ge and Intel
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  • Social Barriers
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  • Rural Entrepreneurship in India
    Rural Entrepreneurship for Women: A Case for Wealth Creation by Africa’s Rural Poor amidst Global Financial and Economic Crises K M Baharul Islam1 Introduction: The growing emphasis on rural small and medium size entrepreneurship for economic development, especially in the context of poverty all...
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