• Limitations for Sme Internationalisation
    Table of Contents Literature review 3 SME internationalization 6 Barriers 8 Internal barriers 11 External barriers 17 Conclusions 20 List of literature 22 Literature review The first article I used was "SMEs' Barriers Towards Internationalization and Assistance Requirements in the...
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  • A Research Agenda for Social Entrepreneurship
    enterprise: through the eyes of the consumer (prepared for the National Consumer Council) Bob Allan Exploring the meaning(s) of sustainability for communitybased social entrepreneurs Barbra Wallace Case study: developing Southwark’s social economy 01 13 29 43 57 78 90 Social Enterprise...
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  • Entrepreneurship Development
    Entrepreneurship is not an inborn skill; it is a product of environment. It involves a complex of economic and social behavior. To be successful, an entrepreneur has to remain dynamic and responsible to the whole environment. Entrepreneurship can hardly survive under any given circumstances. It can flourish...
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  • Hiv Aids
    experiences of the existing women entrepreneurs can facilitate the aspiring ones to overcome the hurdles. The socialization process, the cultural practices in specific regions, the influencing condition, the support system, the past experiences of other entrepreneurs and many such factors play a role...
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    offers a highly practical insight into current management thinking in combination with a learning methodology that is designed to meet the business challenges of the 21st century. Organisations are demanding leaders who thrive in a complex, cross-functional, and globally diverse environment. This MBA programme...
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  • Growth & Life Cycle of Organisations
    may fail. They have to change in response to various internal and external forces. They must overcome the organisational inertia that continuously threatens its ability to adapt to environmental changes. There are many challenges facing organisations such as competitiveness in the industry with regards...
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  • FLOWS OF EDUCATION SYSTEM TOWARDS THE DEVELOPMENT OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN SRI LANKA
    and recommendations 7.1 Recommendation Reference Chapter I - Introduction 1.1 Introduction Entrepreneurship is the act of being an entrepreneur, which is a French word meaning "one who undertakes innovations, finance and business acumen in an effort to transform innovations into economic...
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  • Innovation Management
    Entrepreneurship & CSR Summary Chapter 1: The Innovation Imperative Innovation matters – the logic is simple, if we don’t change what we offer the world and how we create and deliver them, we risk being overtaken by others who do. At the limit it is about survival – and history is very clear on this point; survival...
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  • Market and Environment Analysis of Pakistan and Its Impact on International Businesses or Mne’s Operating in the Market of Pakistan in Current Economic and Political Climate
    businesses or MNE’s operating in the market of Pakistan in current economic and political climate. Abstract: This research paper enlightens the external environment which affects current Pakistan’s economy and MNEs. The purpose of this research to analyze the variables that affect economy, perceived...
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  • Sustainable Innovation
    international designers, inventors, academics and managers. Among delegates, the conferences has attracted worldwide participation from large companies, entrepreneurs and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), as well from creative industries, venture capital, governments, higher education and non-governmental...
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  • Entrepreneurship
    approach or the trait approach. The functional approach focuses on the role of entrepreneurship within the economy and the trait approach defines an entrepreneur with a specific ‘set of personality traits and characteristics (Gartner 1989)’. Within this subject many studies have been conducted on the...
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    business, its role in society and types of business structure P2 explains the internal and external influences on businesses P6 analyses the responsibilities of business to internal and external stakeholders P7 plans and conducts investigations into contemporary business issues P8 ...
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  • Essentials of Entrepreneurs
    Entrepreneurship in the 21st Century 1.1 Entrepreneurship Revolution 1.2 The Evolution of Entrepreneurship 1.3 Concepts of Entrepreneurship 1.4 Entrepreneurs/ Small Business Owners: A Distinction 1.5 Our Entrepreneurial Economy 1.6 Myths of Entrepreneurship 1.7 Approaches to Entrepreneurship 1.8 Corporate...
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  • Impact of Working Capital Management on Cash Holdings
    emphasize difficulties and evaluate venture capitalists ability in addressing them. Effects of the difficulties in form of access to financing for entrepreneurs and a possible need for government intervention will be examined. Method: Empirical information from seed stage investing venture capital organizations...
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  • The Entrepreneurial Mind-
    entrepreneurship To examine the entrepreneurial revolution taking place today To illustrate today’s entrepreneurial environment Entrepreneurs—Breakthrough Innovators Entrepreneurs are individuals who recognize opportunities where others see chaos, contradiction, and confusion. They are aggressive catalysts...
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  • computer
    developing plans to integrate and coordinate activities. Organizing involves the process of determining what tasks are to be done, which is to do them, how the tasks are to be grouped, who reports to whom, and where decisions are to be made. Leading when managers motivate subordinates, influence individuals...
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  • Hospitality Project
    not without its perils. The mounting fear of terror attacks, inflationary trends in Real Estates and dearth of skilled manpower have been the key challenges facing the sector. Also, as most of the Western Economies still grapple over the after effects of recession, tourism remains low on the priority...
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  • Entrepreneurial Learning: Past Research and Future Challenges
    International Journal of Management Reviews, Vol. *, *–* (2013) DOI: 10.1111/ijmr.12007 Entrepreneurial Learning: Past Research and Future Challenges Catherine L. Wang and Harveen Chugh School of Management, Royal Holloway, University of London, Egham Hill, Egham TW20 0EX, UK Corresponding...
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  • Literature Review
    Anita P ** Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is now prominent and evident more than ever due to the emphasis laid on businesses regarding environmental, social and ethical issues. The level of CSR activities of the firms is made known to public only through the disclosures. This paper reviews...
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  • How Do British Female Entrepreneurs Smash the Glass Ceiling Successfully in the Male Dominated World?
    Abstract With a steady increase in the number of female entrepreneurs in the U.K., more and more women break the ‘glass ceiling’, which limit their own businesses development even if they have incredible abilities. Successful female entrepreneurs take advantage of their quality strengths and enhance their...
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