• Role of Women Entrepreneur
    ROLE OF INDIAN WOMEN ENTREPENEUR IN NEW MILLENEIUM (CASE STUDY- LUDHIANA METRO CITY OF PUNJAB) Jagdeep Singh& Poonam Arora Lecturer, B.G.I.E.T &B.G.I.M.T., Sangrur INTRODUCTION: - “Women” as Entrepreneurs in India: “You can tell the condition...
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  • Murad
    and write. 5 It is evident from the table-4 that the occupation of fathers and husbands is one of the determinant factors to inspire or help women to become entrepreneurs. In case of sample under this study, business is the occupation of 34.8% of women entrepreneurs’ fathers. In case of husband...
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  • WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN BANGLADESH
    in Greater Chittagong, The Chittagong University Studies, Commerce Vol- 13, p. 41-54. Ayadurai, S., (2004), Profile of Women Entrepreneurs in a War-Torn Area: Case Study of NorthEast Sri Lanka, 2005, Paper Presented at the 50th World Conference of the International Council for Small Business...
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  • Women Enterpreneurs in Ngo
    THE STUDY A) PROFILE OF WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS Table 1 (Age group of women entrepreneurs) |Age Group |RUDSETI |SAMPARK |WASME |TOTAL | | |No...
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  • Problems & Prospects of Women Entrpreneurship
    ENTREPRENEUR The assignment also includes conducting of 30 case studies of women entrepreneurs in Bangladesh. The entrepreneurs were selected for the purpose at random. However, the accessibility of the entrepreneurs in terms of their time and convenience was also a factor in the selection. The...
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  • Factors Motivating Tanzanian Women to Become Entrepreneurs
    CERTIFICATION The undersigned certifies that he has read and hereby recommend for acceptance by the Open University of Tanzania the Dissertation titled: “Factors Motivating Tanzanian Women to become Entrepreneurs: A case study of Mwenge Makonde Carving market and Kariakoo women owned clothing...
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  • Role of Training in Women Entrepreneurship
    : based on the second data . Traits and the characteristic of the women to be an entrepreneur. Increased level of Women Entrepreneurship. Case Study : Shahnaz Hussain – Indian Women Entrepreneur. How to plan right training for women Entrepreneurs . Trainings available the market Challenges...
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  • Women Entrepreneur
    entrepreneur should be capable of turning her ideas into reality. She collects information regarding the ideas, products, practices to suit the demand in the market. Further steps are taken to achieve the goals in the light of the information collected. 10. Feasibility study – The women entrepreneur...
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  • Women Entreprenenrship
    ) points out that unknown numbers of women hesitate to embark on entrepreneurship because support is not forthcoming. However, for Emirati women already engaged in entrepreneurial ventures, Erogul and McCrohan's (2008) study revealed that 55% of female Emirati entrepreneurs' primary providers of...
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  • Women Entrepreneurs from India
    collection but the focus was also on collecting qualitative data through open-ended questions. The study is part of an effort to develop case studies on successful women entrepreneurs in India; hence, the focus was on in-depth research as opposed to having a large sample size. In both states, data was...
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  • Impact of Micro Finance on Poverty Reduction
    «The impact of women entrepreneurs on economic development of Rwanda a case study of Expo 2010 at Rwanda Private sector federation Gikondo from26th/08 to 8th/9/2010» is my own work and it has not been submitted anywhere for the award of any degree. Name of the student: HIRWA Pacifique Signature of...
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  • Problems and Prospects of Women Entrepreneurship in Beauty Parlour: a Study in Sylhet.
    : A few limitations and constrains on the way to the complete fulfillment of the study work were: 1. To get response from women entrepreneurs of beauty palour for all questions was really a great challenge for us as they were found to be very busy. 2. Journals and publication about...
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  • How Do British Female Entrepreneurs Smash the Glass Ceiling Successfully in the Male Dominated World?
    which trigger their determinations toward starting up their business is first described, followed by an outline of possible difficulties they faced and support they received. How they manage their own business is then identified. Finally, case study is given on a British successful entrepreneur...
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  • Theories of Entrepreneurship
    Technologies. Case Study Kiran Mazumdar Shaw is India’s richest woman and Biocon, Asia’s number 1 biotech company. Yet, in her acceptance speech while receiving the Businesswoman of the year award in 2004, she encouraged Indian women to break out of convention and work ‘shoulder to shoulder’ with men...
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  • Critical Factors of Women Entrepreneurship Development in Rural Bangladesh
    significant relationship with the development of rural women entrepreneurship in Bangladesh. Most recently, Rotaru (2009) provided a case study on the Bangladesh Women Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BWCCI), which was established in 2001, as the country’s first trade body working exclusively for...
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  • The Different Between Male and Female Entrepreneur
    . EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This report describes a statistical evaluation of the similarities and differences between male and female entrepreneurs and their ventures. The purpose of the study was to gain a better understanding of the extent to which entrepreneurship by men and women is different. Using...
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  • Women entrepreneurship in bangladesh
    ultimately can lead to participation of women in broader decision making processes of the country. This paper will concentrate on role of women entrepreneur and some case studies on some selected boutiques in Chittagong as it is one of the important and suitable areas for women to take...
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  • Professionalism
    the experience of a successful entrepreneur not only will you score good marks on your project but your project may also be used to help future BUE students better understand entrepreneurship. Indeed, with a number of successful entrepreneurial case-study projects, it should be possible for us to...
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  • Mesm
    women entrepreneurs have to follow norms applicable to others, that is to provide between 17 and 25 percent of the cost of fixed assets out of own resources. There is a case for setting up a fund for the purpose since irrespective of the name in which family assets are held (surprisingly, quite a bit...
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  • Entrepreneurs
    home. It also appears there is little empirical evidence about factors that motivate the formation of enterprises by Zimbabwean women. From the literature reviewed, it appears there are limited studies on factors that motivate women entrepreneurs to start their own businesses and barriers that...
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