"Limitations Of Small Scale Industries" Essays and Research Papers

  • Limitations Of Small Scale Industries

    The path of small entrepreneurs is not rosy. Small entrepreneurs face the following types of problems: (1) Problem of raw materials: A major problem that the small entrepreneurs face is the procurement of raw materials. They have to confront with numerous problems like; i. Availability of inadequate quantity ii. Poor quality of materials iii. High cost of raw materials etc All these factors adversely affect the proper functioning of small units. (2) Problem of finance: Finance...

    Competence, Entrepreneur, Entrepreneurship 774  Words | 4  Pages

  • Small Scale Industries

    Project on Management of Small Scale Industries & Public Relations Management. SSI visited:- Nova Cosmetics Pvt. Ltd. Kevin Enterprises Pvt. Ltd. Introduction To Small Scale Industries. Small-scale industries are the backbone of the Indian industrial structure. They provide a variety of non-traditional low technology product. They are also engaged in the processing, preserving manufacturing and servicing activities. small-scale industries (SSIs) constitute an important...

    Advertising, Agriculture, Economics 1293  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Important Role Played by Small- Scale Industries in India.

    The important role played by small- scale industries in India. 1. Employment generation: The basic problem that is confronting the Indian economy is increasing pressure of population on the land and the need to create massive employment opportunities. This problem is solved to larger extent by small-scale industries because small- scale industries are labour intensive in character. They generate huge number of employment opportunities. Employment generation by this sector has shown a phenomenal...

    Economic development, Economic growth, Economics 743  Words | 3  Pages

  • Small and Medium Scale Mining

      PROJECT TOPIC  : SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE ENTERPRISES DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA (A Case Study of Cassava Processing Industry) PROJECT PROPOSAL BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Interest in the development of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and their contribution in the development process continue to be in the forefront of policy debates in developing countries. The advantages claimed for SMEs are various, including: the encouragement of entrepreneurship; the greater likelihood that SMEs will utilise...

    Capitalism, Economics, Industry 1429  Words | 5  Pages

  • Contribution of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises

    the most efficient manner has continue to be the only viable and alternative for development of small scale enterprises in Nigeria and for the development, growth and survival of any economy. The development of small scale enterprises not only contributes significantly to imposed standard, they also bring substantial local capital formation and achieve high level of productivity. Small and medium scales are crucial to the development of all economies of the world. They are the modern day’s incubators...

    Developing country, Development economics, Economic development 1194  Words | 4  Pages

  • Globalisation Would Finish Small Scale Industries in India

    Globalisation would finish small scale industries in india INTRODUCTION The world is changing. The change is fast enough to notice the factors acting behind. Globalization is one of them. A factor that needs no introduction. Ever since, developed countries like USA and European countries have marched to conquer the rest of the world, developing countries have no solace but to succumb to what these developed nations call for. Days have gone when these developed nations ruled by the concept of...

    Country classifications, Cyprus, Developed country 1270  Words | 4  Pages

  • Business and Small Scale Industries

    THE ROLE OF SMALL SCALE INDUSTRY IN NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA Ayozie Daniel Ogechukwu, Delta State University, Abraka, Delta State, Nigeria, The Federal Polytechnic, Ogun State, Nigeria Abstract A business whether small or big, simple of complex, private or public is created to provide competitive prices. Business in Nigeria has been classified as small, medium and large. In both the developed and developing countries, the government is turning to small and medium scale industries, as a means...

    Business, Economics, Economy 9671  Words | 29  Pages

  • Research Proposal On Financing Small And Medium Scale Enterprise In Nigeria

    Research title Background OF PRoposal Question and Objective Methods Of analysis SCope. And limitation Plan of study References AWE JUMOKE BOLANLE 2008/758 ECO. 312 ACCOUNTING Research proposal. On FINANCING SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE. INDUSTRIES IN NIGERIA PROJECT TOPIC  : FINANCING STRATEGIES FOR SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE INDUSTRIES IN NIGERIA PROJECT PROPOSAL  INTRODUCTION Interest in the role of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the development process continues to be in the forefront...

    Council of Smaller Enterprises, Economic development, Economic growth 1883  Words | 5  Pages

  • Limitation on Small Class Size

    Limitation of Small Class Size of elementary education Maria Liu EDEN411-001 University of Macau 886 words Limitation on Small Class Size of elementary education Whether different class size may affect the teaching outcome in education field has been discussed over past decades and currently most scholars believe small class size can bring students more benefits. Based on the study on teacher and student relationship, the result indicates that in small class size student tend to have more...

    Behavior, Education, Elementary school 1090  Words | 3  Pages

  • Growth of Small Scale Industries

    The issues and challenges faced by the small scale tourism industries are the main aim of this essay in the essay it is critically analysed the difficulties and problems faced by the small scale industry and a lot of research is done on the small scale industries and it is discussed and argued in the essay. It is said that small scale industry is a very vital part of the tourism industry and economically it contributes a lot to the economy which is being talked about. Issues like innovative way of...

    Business, Business terms, Control 3161  Words | 10  Pages

  • Small Scale Industries Problems

    Article: Information technology: a growth navigator for small scale industries in India Small scale industries (SSI) have a significant role in the Indian economy in view of its contribution to production, employment, and export. However, since 1991 small scale industries in India find themselves in an intensely competitive environment due to globalization, domestic economic liberalization, and dilution of sector specific protective measures. The formation of World Trade Organization in 1995 also...

    Concentration, Delhi, Ganges 449  Words | 2  Pages

  • Management of Small Scale Industries

    MANAGEMENT OF SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES SYBMS A CONTENTS:- SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES SMALL INDUSTRIES DEVELOPMENT BANK OF INDIA (SIDBI) SSI 1: TAJ PAPER BOX SSI 2: NATIONAL DIARY SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES An industrial undertaking in which the investment in fixed assets in plant and machinery whether held on ownership terms on lease or on hire purchase does not exceed Rs 10 million is defined as a small scale industry or an SSI. There are different categories of industries that qualify...

    Debt, Financial services, Industry 7233  Words | 25  Pages

  • Small Scale and Cottage Industries

    SMALL SCALE & COTTAGE INDUSTRIES (Their role, problems & prospects in India) (AN OVERVIEW) Small scale industries Definition The definition of small scale industries have changed from time to time. Earlier they were classified under two categories: * Using power with less than 50 employees. * Using no power, but strength of employees is more than 50, less than 100. However according to the latest definition a industry is said to be a small scale industry...

    Capitalism, Industrial society, Industry 1641  Words | 8  Pages

  • Small Scale Industries

    and small scale 12 A. Employment Trend 12 B. Employment - Industry Group-wise 13 C. State-wise Employment Distribution 14 D. Trend in Average Wages 16 6. Employment intensity of output in the large and small scale 17 A. Employment intensity of output in small scale industries 17 B. Small scale industry is job creator 20 C. The key to maintaining high employment growth 22 7. New entrances in the market as a small scale 22 8. Viability of small-scale...

    Economy, Employment, Industry 7962  Words | 36  Pages

  • Small Scale Industry

    SMALL SCALE INDUSTRY INTRODUCTION The definition for small-scale industrial undertakings has changed over time. Initially they were classified into two categories- those using power with less than 50 employees and those not using power with the employee strength being more than 50 but less than 100. However the capital resources invested on plant and machinery buildings have been the primary criteria to differentiate the small-scale industries from the large and medium scale industries...

    Brand, Brand management, Corporate finance 10772  Words | 37  Pages

  • Entrepreneur and Small Scale Industries

    liberalization. The study is related to the development and the impact of globalization and liberalization on the basis of entrepreneurship. Globalization of business is gaining attention as a strategy for survival, competition and growth. The limitation of natural markets, the diversity and unawareness of resources endowments of different nations, complexity of. Technological revolution in communication and other fields etc mandate globalization. The political transformation in the Eastern Europe...

    Entrepreneur, Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship education 8683  Words | 37  Pages

  • Small Scale Textile Industry

    SMALL SCALE TEXTILE INDUSTRY ABSTRACT India is the world’s second largest producer of textiles and garments after China. It is the world’s third largest producer of cotton—after China and the USA—and the second largest cotton consumer after China. The Indian textile industry is as diverse and complex as country itself and it combines with equal equanimity this immense diversity into a cohesive whole. The fundamental strength of this industry flows from its strong production base of wide range...

    Cotton, Cotton mill, Knitting 3129  Words | 10  Pages

  • Small Scale Industries

    Small-Scale Industries in the Globalization Era: The case of Jordan Basem M. Lozi, Assistance Professor, Al-Balqa Applied University, basem_lozi@yahoo.com Abstract The research examines the role of SSI in the economic development of Jordan by showing the effects of the SSI on the unemployment rate, production, and sales. The research concludes with policy recommendations to ensure the sustained and competitive growth of small-scale industries in Jordan. The results of the study show that the growth...

    Capital accumulation, Capital formation, Economics 5240  Words | 14  Pages

  • small scale industry

    Definition of small scale industry INTRODUCTION �        An organization can be classified as a small business using criteria of employees ,annual sales or total assets .small industry any independently owned and operated profit seeking enterprise that has a fewer than 500 employees .small industry may be little in size ,but they have little impact on the world economy . in india ,small and medium industy play a vital role in the growth of economy . Small industry have a 40 percent of share in...

    Automobile industry in India, Foreign direct investment, Globalization 5185  Words | 16  Pages

  • Swot of Small Car Industry

    Federation of Automobile Dealers Associations – www.fadaweb.com India's Small Car Dream The term "small car" is both relative and subjective. A small car in the US or the Middle East is regarded as big in countries such as India and Indonesia. Within a particular country, too, the small car market has fairly heterogeneous products. While a car equipped with the latest technology such as the Suzuki Swift is a small car, the basic Nano, which is available at one-third the price of the Swift, also...

    Automobile industry in India, Automotive industry, Automotive industry by country 2479  Words | 7  Pages

  • Growth and Problem of Small Scale Industry

    On Growth and Problem of small scale sectors Submitted To : | DR . S. Gupta | Submitted by : | Abdul Hamid | Small-Scale Industries of India Introduction The industrial policy Resolution of 1956, while emphasizing the role of cottage and small scale industries, stated: They provide immediate large scale employment, they offer a method of ensuring a more equitable distribution of National...

    Capitalism, Economic growth, Industrial organization 6997  Words | 20  Pages

  • Small Scale Industries

    Small Scale Industries Introduction The Ministry of Small Scale Industries (SSI) is a defunct Indian government ministry. It was merged with the Ministry of Agro and Rural Industries to form the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises. The ministry was tasked with the promotion of micro and small enterprises (MSEs). The Ministry of Small Scale Industries and Agro and Rural Industries (SSI&ARI) was created in October 1999. In September 2001, the ministry was split into...

    Cabinet, Constitution of India, Government of India 4096  Words | 13  Pages

  • Small Scale Industries

    HOW TO START A SMALL SCALE INDUSTRY The steps involved in starting a small-scale industry are:- • Conduct Market Survey and Study the products as regards their demand in the market. Check whether it is a seasonal product or it has demand throught the year 1. Study similar products available in the market that can be probable competitors. Analyze them as regards their utility, quality and cost. 2. Find whether the product can be exported. 3. Explore the possibility whether some...

    Competitor analysis, Distribution, Manufacturing 2853  Words | 10  Pages

  • How Has Managerial Incompetence Contribute to Small Scale Enterprise in the Country

    0 Introduction 1 1.1 Background to the study 1 1.2 Problem Statement 3 1.3 Objectives of the Study 4 1.4 Research Questions 4 1.5 Significance of the study 4 1.6 Scope of the Study 4 1.7 Limitations 5 1.8 Organization of The Study 5 Chapter 2 6 2.1 Small Business Defined 6 2.2 Challenges of Small Business 6 References 8 1.0 Introduction Many businesses begin operations on a shoestring, and some entrepreneurs never seek bank loans or other outside funding. However, many new and established...

    Business, E-Myth, Economics 2163  Words | 7  Pages

  • Globalisation and Small Scale Industry

    Chapter – VIII GLOBALISATION AND INDIAN SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIAL SECTOR Globalisation means gradual integration of economies through free movement of goods, services and capital which has significant impact on the economies of both developed and developing countries. Therefore, globalisation refers to a process of growing economic interdependence among different countries of the world. Thus, in the globalised era, the whole world is changing into a global village in the sense that economic activities...

    Developed country, Developing country, Free trade 8784  Words | 33  Pages

  • Solutions to the Problems of Small Scale Business

    1 INTRODUCTION A small-scale business is a business that is privately owned and operated, with a small number of employees and relatively low volume of sales. In addition to number of employees, other methods used to classify small companies include annual sales (turnover), value of assets and net profit (balance sheet), alone or in a mixed definition. The smallest businesses, often located in private homes, are called micro businesses (term used by international organizations such as the World...

    Business, Business school, Customer 1346  Words | 4  Pages

  • Pricing Strategies of Small Scale Industries

    Pricing Strategies of Small Scale Industries With Reference to Mid Western Development Region of Nepal 1. General Introduction 1.1 Pricing Strategies In general terms price is a component of an exchange or transaction that takes place between two parties and refers to what must be given up by one party (i.e., buyer) in order to obtain something offered by another party (i.e., seller). Yet this view of price provides a somewhat limited explanation of what price means to participants in the transaction...

    Competition, Marketing, Marketing mix 4679  Words | 14  Pages

  • FACTORS AFFECTING GROWTH OF SMALL SCALE ENTERPRISE IN KENYA

    CHALLENGES AFFECTING THE GROWTH OF SMALL SCALE ENTERPRISES IN KENYA (A Case study of Wajir Soko Mjinga Market) A Research proposal Submitted in Partial Fulfillment for the Award of Diploma in Business Administaration to the Mount Kenya University JULY 2013 ACKNOWLEDGMENT I take this occasion to thank the Almighty GOD for blessing me with his grace. I extend my sincere gratitude to my MKU supervisors...

    Economic development, Economic growth, Government 1851  Words | 7  Pages

  • Problems Faced by Small Scale Industries

    209 CHAPTER – V PROBLEMS FACED BY SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES The development of small-scale industries is hampered by a diversity of problems. There are certain problems common to all types of cottage and small scale industrial units. In this context, the present chapter is devoted to a detailed study of the problems of the small-scale industrial sector. It also seeks to suggest remedial measures. The basic requirement for the industrial development of a region is the presence of entrepreneurship...

    Bank, Capital accumulation, Capitalism 10066  Words | 68  Pages

  • Challenges face by Small Scale Industries

    Adverse effects of economic reforms and globalization. 9) Other problems. Marketing problems of small scale industries Small scale units are exposed to numerous problems. Major problems faced by these units are concerning raw-material, labor financial and marketing. Problem of marketing is more complicated in case of small scale industries. These units are in no position to face the onslaught of large scale limits w.r.t., quantity quality and cost and at the same time are not in a position to assess...

    Economics, Finance, Marketing 327  Words | 2  Pages

  • Globalisation and Small Scale Industries in India

    Advanced Research in Management and Social Sciences ISSN: 2278-6236 GLOBALISATION AND SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES IN INDIA Dr. K. Rajan* INTRODUCTION Industrialisation is essential for the economic development of a nation and for industrialisation, the role of small-scale industries are more important than that of the large scale industries in underdeveloped countries like India. The role of small scale industries is crucial in reducing the problem of high unemployment prevalent in under developed...

    Capitalism, Economic growth, Economics 5201  Words | 16  Pages

  • The economies and diseconomies of scale

    The economies and diseconomies of scale Profit is the most important issue for a business, how to exploit the opportunities and maximize the profit has long been the top priority of the competition. Since the profit is simply the result by subtracting the expense from income, how to balance the relationship between input and output can be crucial and conclusive to a firm's competitiveness and development. This essay...

    Economics, Firm, Input 1189  Words | 4  Pages

  • Small Scale Project Format

    PROJECT PROPOSAL FORMAT (Small Scale Projects) 1. PROGRAMME / PROJECT TITLE A brief title that characterises the project. 2. LOCATION / TARGET POPULATION The island atoll or region where the physical activities of the project are to be implemented. 3. IMPLEMENTING AGENCY The agency responsible for carrying out the project activities. 4. EXECUTING AGENCY The agency responsible for financial management and co-ordination of the project. 5. START DATE The expected start date of the project...

    Economics, Finance, Implementation 485  Words | 3  Pages

  • Challenges Facing Small Businesses in Kenya

    Challenges facing small business in Kenya |Indeed,to come with a logical definition of a small scale business is not that easy.It is dependent of quantity of output,say number of | |employees,stakeholders and also varies from one industry or firm to any other. | |A small scale business I can assert to be managed in sole proprietorship or partnership and whose output is relatively small. Since colonial | |times,Kenya has had...

    Business, Business terms, David Ricardo 484  Words | 3  Pages

  • Asscb Case Report- Small Package Delivery Industry

    Introduction The small package express delivery industry is a complex competitive environment. The “Porter’s five forces” combined give the competing companies the possibility to make profits with a low risk of entry and a weak bargaining power of suppliers. The intense rivalry between them and the strong bargaining power of buyers has a negative impact over the prices, which can lower the companies’ revenues. The most interesting thing about this case was the struggle of the global delivery company...

    American Express, Competition, Deutsche Post 896  Words | 3  Pages

  • Economies of Scale

    Economies of scale The long run – increases in scale A firm’s efficiency is affected by its size. Large firms are often more efficient than small ones because they can gain from economies of scale, but firms can become too large and suffer from diseconomies of scale. As a firm expands its scale of operations, it is said to move into its long run. The benefits arising from expansion depend upon the effect of expansion on productive efficiency, which can be assessed by looking at changes in average...

    Average cost, Cost, Cost curve 1201  Words | 3  Pages

  • Small Industry

    SMALL -SCALE INDUSTRY Smallscale industries plays a key role in the industrialisation of a developing country .This is because they provide immediate large-scale employment and have a comparatively higher labour –capital ratio: they need a short gestation period and relatively smaller market to be economic; they need lower investments ,offer a method of ensuring a more equitable distribution of national income and facilitate an effective mobilization of resources of capital and skill...

    Business, Capitalism, Economy 5062  Words | 16  Pages

  • growth theory in small scale industry

    1426509 Title of the proposed dissertation:- To evaluate the growth theory in a small scale family business. A case study on Udaya Group of Companies, Palakkad, Kerala, South India. Aims of the investigation:- 1] To evaluate the relevance of success of family business in Indian Scenario. 2] How to co-ordinate the two conflicting characteristics (Family and Business) 3] To have different strategies to take the small scale family business to the next level of High Net-worth Individual Entrepreneurship...

    Business, Business school, Economic growth 4926  Words | 16  Pages

  • Business Plan for Small Scale Mining in Sierra Leone

    years our company has been closely following the Sierra Leanean diamond “Industry” if we can call it that. Sierra Leone is a small country in West Africa mainly known because of the bloody and vicious civill war which ended about 3 years ago. I have visited this country a few times – each time for a period of 1 month or more. During those vistts I tried to familiarize myself with the diamond and gold mining industry. During those visits – I have been in Freetown (the capital of Sierra Leone)...

    Bombali District, California Gold Rush, Freetown 1850  Words | 6  Pages

  • Funding Small Scale Enterprises

    Financing small scale business enterprises CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACK GROUND OF THE STUDY Over the years, it has become fashionable for successive government to come up with one economic policy or the other in a bid to bring about improvement in the nation during her regime. The then military administrator in the year 1986 while in power introduced an economic program called Structural Adjustment Programme (SAP) which was foisted on Nigerians as an alternative to IMF/World...

    Business, Capitalism, Economics 13524  Words | 57  Pages

  • Small Scale Manufacturing in Kenya

    23 SMALL-SCALE MANUFACTURING IN KENYA: CHARACTERISTICS, PROBLEMS AND SOURCES OF FINANCE KENNETH R. GRAY FLORIDA A & M UNIVERSITY WILLIAM COOLEY JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY JESSE LUTABINGWA JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY ABSTRACT This paper examines small business manufacturer's characteristics in Kenya. Much literature on small business development in developing world countries assume informal sector activities as homogeneous in their characteristics (Morris and Pitt, 1995; Bewayo, 1995; Ekpenyong and...

    Business, Economics, Entrepreneur 4822  Words | 15  Pages

  • THE EFFECT OF POOR FINANCING ON THE OPERATIONS OF SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE ENTERPRISES (SMEs) IN NIGERIA

    performance and effectiveness of small and medium scale enterprises as an instrument of economic growth and development in Nigeria has long been under scrutiny. This intense scrutiny has been against the backdrop of the low performance and inefficiency that characterized small and medium scale enterprises particularly in assessing its role on economic growth and development. Despite government institutional and policies support to enhancing the capacity of small and medium scale enterprises, SMEs has fallen...

    Economic development, Economic growth, Economics 1273  Words | 3  Pages

  • Small Business Big Gains

    Small is Profitable INDIAN EXPERIENCE :-- INDIA is predominantly an agricultural country. A proper development of small-scale industries is vital for the healthy growth of our Economy. Small business has played a very crucial role in transforming the Indian economy from a backward agrarian economy to its present stature. The country can profit by Japan’s bold experience in this direction, which has been spread over more than three decades. The small-scale sector has emerged as an engine of...

    Business, Developing country, Economic development 857  Words | 3  Pages

  • small scale units

    The Small Scale Industry is an enterprise whose employee count and revenue falls below certain levels. Small Scale Industries in India provide job opportunity to more than 65 million people. Internationally SMEs report for 98% of business statistics and are accountable for triggering originality and competition. Small scale industry in India is renowned for its socio economic growth factors and even industrial expansion. One of the unique features of small scale industry is that its growth has...

    Automobile industry in China, Capitalism, Economic growth 2102  Words | 12  Pages

  • Small Scale Compared to Large Scale

    same end product, are done on a much larger scale in industry. The aspects they may differ in are equipment, time taken, and many other things. In this report I will explain how and why laboratory and industrial scale differ using the example of preparation of aspirin. The first difference is that instead of weighing the 2-hydroxybenzoic acid on scales on a work bench in a beaker as you would in small scale, it is easier and safer to weigh it onto scales, in a plastic bag on the floor. This is easier...

    Acetic anhydride, Aspirin, Chemical reaction 669  Words | 2  Pages

  • Large and Medium Scale Business

    Small Scale Business Small Scale Businesses help every economy to achieve industrial growth and industrial diversification. Small Scale Business Enterprises are mainly of four different categories: 1.Small Scale Industrial Undertaking A Business Enterprise will be called Small Scale Business Undertaking if Investment in Fixed Assets, in Plant and Machinery, whether held on Ownership basis or on Lease or on Hire Purchase does not exceed 10 million Rupees and it is in no way owned, controlled...

    Business, Business terms, Economics 706  Words | 3  Pages

  • Small Scale Reflections of a Great House

    Ramanujan's poem, ‘Small Scale Reflections on a Great House', with it's antithetical title is a catalogue of memories combining comedy and pathos while bringing out the truth that life is a journey comprising o joy, sorrow, success, failure, good times and bad times all stored in one's memories The poem begins with the poet stating that the house retains everything that comes in. "Sometimes I think that nothing that ever comes into this house goes out." Trivial things that would come in would only...

    Family, Ganges, House 1016  Words | 3  Pages

  • Tea Industry

    kg/annum 3. Operates its own wholesale outlets at Indore, Jaipur, Kanpur, Allahabad 4. Have a diversified portfolio of investments in various industries 5. Estates located in quality tea producing belts in Jorhat district in Assam Weakness 1. No technology has been imported from abroad and the company thus lacks operational efficiencies 2. The Industry is highly labour intensive. The wages of workers are 3. determined according to periodic wage settlement agreements and company ends up...

    Caffeine, Camellia sinensis, Coffee 806  Words | 4  Pages

  • Minimum Efficient Scale, Tarrifs of Automobile Industries

    Box4.4 Case Studies and Applications p111-112 Minimum efficient scale 1) Why might a firm operating with one plant achieve MEPS and yet not be large enough to achieve MES? A firm that operates with one plant may only achieve minimum efficient plant size (MEPS) instead of minimum efficient scale (MES) in accordance to the size of the firm. This can be reasoned that the individual plant is not large enough comparing to a firm that operates with several plants. An individual factory can be categorized...

    Case study, Economics, Economics of production 1204  Words | 5  Pages

  • Scales

     Types of Measurement Scales Marc Waters MKT/441 June 9, 2014 Cyndie Shadow Types of Measurement Scales Introduction For this week’s assignment, students are to select four types of types of measurement increasing order of sophistication; they are Nominal, Ordinal, Interval, and Ratio. These are categories in which numbers are grouped. This paper will also demonstrate how they can be effective in surveys or questionnaires. Nominal The number we assign to some object, idea, or...

    Level of measurement, Measurement, Qualitative data 743  Words | 5  Pages

  • Why Is Germany Successful in Automotive Industry? Explain It Using the Concept of Economies of Scale.

    based on car production to a great extent. The automobile industry is one of the dominating sectors because many economic activities rely on and are linked to automobile production (i.e. tire industry, plastics industry, metal processing). If you include suppliers, car services, garages or retailers, a total of about 5 million employees (1 out of every 7 jobs in Germany) depend on the success of the automobile industry. The automobile industry also involves a large number of product groups, such as...

    Automobile, Automotive industry, Average cost 2031  Words | 6  Pages

  • Small Scale

    management of working capital helps to avoid financial crises, thereby, increasing the profitability and enhances the firm value. The present study analyses the working capital performance of 164 manufacturing BSE 200 companies classified into 19 industries over the period of 2000-2010 based on working capital score calculated by using normalised values of Cash Conversion Efficiency, Days Operating Cycle and Days Working Capital. The study explores abundant scope to increase the efficiency of 145...

    Cash conversion cycle, Cash flow, Free cash flow 8033  Words | 28  Pages

  • An Analysis of the Causes of Small Scale Business

    CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION Historical development and orientation of small-scale industry in Nigeria, small-scale industry orientation is part and parcel of Nigeria evidence bound in our respective communities of what successes our great grandparent made at their respective trading concerns like yam, beans, iron smelting, farming, cottage industries and the likes so. The secret behind the their success at self-relent strategy does not like in any particular political philosophy, so much as in...

    Big Business, Business, Business terms 8449  Words | 26  Pages

  • Marketing Strategies of Small Scale Industries: a Sample Survey of Hisar

    Marketing Strategies of Small Scale industries: A Sample Survey of Hisar Pawan Kumar Mba ,Ugc Net-Jrf Marketing strategies of Small Scale Industries: A Study of Hisar Pawan Kumar Mba ,Ugc Net-Jrf Abstract The aim of the paper is to study the product planning and positioning .factors influencing their price decision, selection of distribution and media channels by the small scale manufacturers in Hisar city. In the era of globalization small manufacturers are facing lot of...

    Distribution, Internet marketing, Marketing 8455  Words | 26  Pages

  • Small and Medium Enterprise in Bangladesh

    The Small and Medium Enterprises worldwide are recognized as engines of economic growth. The commonly perceived merits often emphasized for their promotion especially in the developing countries like Bangladesh include their relatively high labor intensity, dependence on indigenous skills and technology, contributions to entrepreneurship development and innovativeness and growth of industrial linkages. Out of 11% employment of the civilian labor force provided by the manufacturing sector, about two...

    Economics, Finance, Government 1989  Words | 7  Pages

  • Small and Medium Scale Enterprise

    SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE ENTERPRISES IN NIGERIA: THE PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS. By Abiodun Fatai1 Department of Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos Nigeria. ABSTRACT Small and medium scale enterprises have long believed to be catalysts for economic growth and national development both in developed and developing countries. In Nigeria where private sector is not well developed SME is assumed to play the role of employment generation, facilitator of economic...

    Development, International development, Millennium Development Goals 6077  Words | 18  Pages

  • The Role of Small and Medium Equity Investement Scheme in Financing Sme's

    The Role of Small and Medium Industries Equity Investment Scheme (SMIEIS) in financing Small-Scale Enterprises in Nigeria BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Interest in the role of Small-Scale Enterprises in the development process continues to be in the forefront of policy debates in developing countries. The advantages claimed for Small-Scale Enterprises are various, including: the encouragement of entrepreneurship; the greater likelihood that Small-Scale Enterprises will utilise labour intensive technologies...

    Council of Smaller Enterprises, Finance, Investment 1609  Words | 5  Pages

  • Small and Medium Scale Enterprises

    CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA SEMINAR ON SMALL AND MEDIUM INDUSTRIES EQUITY INVESTMENTS SCHEME (SMIEIS) Publication of CBN Training Centre, Lagos NO. 4  Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Published 2003 All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, transcribed, translated in any other language, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, magnetic, chemical, photocopying, recording, manual or otherwise, without the prior permission...

    Bank, Central bank, Commercial bank 28233  Words | 154  Pages

  • Major Problems Facing Small Scale Enterprises

    Major problems facing small scale enterprises One major problem in Nigeria's business environment is inadequate power supply. This and other factors are responsible for the problems and low performance of small scale enterprises and these problems seem to have to defied all efforts by government to address them. The problems over the years have equally kept foreign investors on the run despite Nigeria's efforts to lure them to invest in the country.In this edition, Saturday Vanguard went to town...

    Electrical generator, Entrepreneurship, Lagos 957  Words | 3  Pages

  • the growth of small scale businesses

    dynamic role of small scale business in developing countries has long been recognized (Kayanula and Quartey, 2000). These small scale businesses can serve as engines through which the economic growth and employment objectives of developing countries can be achieved. However, for many years these rural enterprises have failed to grow beyond their micro enterprise nature and sometimes at best their small or medium size (Kayanula and Quartey, 2000). It is believed that private small scale businesses have...

    Business, E-Myth, Economics 3839  Words | 11  Pages

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