• Economies of Scale
    Key Concept – Explanation: One of the fundamental but very significant concepts of business is the theory of economies of scale. According to the Encyclopedia of Small Business, economies of scale are efficiencies gained as a result of large scale production. During a production cycle both...
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  • Infrastructural Costs of Settingup Sme’s in Nigeria
    INFRASTRUCTURAL COSTS OF SETTINGUP SME’S IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF FIVE SELECTED SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES ) This Scholarly Material Is Meant For Research Purpose Only. For Research Materials, Kindly Text Your Research Topic Or Request Free Project and Seminar Topics...
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  • Contribution of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises
    underdeveloped status. Small scale enterprises was made possible to assist and encourage Nigerians toward setting up small scale industries for the realization of self-reliance and rapid growth of the Nigeria economy PURPOSE OF THE STUDY This research attempt to analyze the role of small and medium scale...
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  • Term Paper
    Companies Act 1991. The Bank was established as the policy makers of the country felt the urgency for a bank in the private sector for financing small scale Industries (SSIs). At the outset, the Bank started as a joint venture enterprise of the BCC Foundation with 70 percent shares and the Government of...
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  • How Has Managerial Incompetence Contribute to Small Scale Enterprise in the Country
    Industries NBSSI, (1999) is adopted. The NBSSI, (2009) defines a small-scale enterprise as a firm with not more than 9 workers, and has plant and machinery (excluding land, buildings and vehicles) not exceeding 1000 Ghana Cedis in value. Based on the general criteria used by various writers to define small...
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  • The economies and diseconomies of scale
    output can be gained for a given amount of inputs. For instance, no matter the size of a machine is, normally it can be operated by a single worker. Therefore a small-scale business could not make full use of one. This introduces the concept of "indivisibilities". It's less likely to occur when the...
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  • Entreprenuership
    . ▪ The first chapter deals with the history of entrepreneurship in India and relevance of entrepreneurship in Kerala. ▪ Second Chapter deals with the importance of Small Scale Industries in Indian Economy. ▪ Third Chapter describes the contents of the Project report ▪ The last...
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  • 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...
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  • Work in progress
    to various bottlenecks the industry has identified - to name a few - the limits of lithography, the size limitation of the transistor. Throughout the years, alternatives are being sought after by scientists and designers in anticipation of discovering improved materials to substitute the...
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  • Internal Trade
    Wholesalers to Manufacturers * Facilitating large-scale production and economies of scale: - Wholesalers collect small orders from a number of retailers and make purchases in bulk quantities from manufacturers. This enables the manufacturers to undertake production on a large scale and minimise...
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  • Eassy
    ingredient? How have the unique features of Electronic Commence technology changed industry structure in the travel business? | 11/21/2011 11/21/2011 What are the major limitations on the growth of e-commence? Which is potentially the toughest to overcome? 1. High Financial cost involved...
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  • International Economic Theory
    take into account the cost of international transportation o Tariffs and import restrictions can distort trade flows o Scale economies can bring about additional efficiencies • Limitations of Early Trade Theories o When governments selectively target...
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  • Role of Smes in National Development (Case Study of India)
    Business) Rules, 1961. Pursuant to this amendment, Ministry of Agro and Rural Industries (Krishi Evam Gramin Udyog Mantralaya) and Ministry of Small Scale Industries (Laghu Udyog Mantralaya) have been merged into a single Ministry, namely, “MINISTRY OF MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES (SUKSHMA...
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  • Nature of Business
    the sickness of small scale industries. 1.16. LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY The present study is based on the reliability of the primary data. The sample units were selected from the population having multidimensional features of a large group. The small scale industries functioning for a...
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  • Mba 1st Year 7th Paper
    1(a) The small scale industries play a vital role in the growth of the country. It contributes almost 40% of the gross industrial value added in the Indian economy. By less capital intensive and high labour absorption nature, SSI sector has made significant contribution to employment generation...
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  • Pharmaceutical Analysis of Nigeria
    SMALL SCALE INDIGENOUS PHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURING COMPANIES IN NIGERIA 1. Overview of Marketing - Product - Price - Place - Promotion 2. Overview of Small-scale Industries 3. Important Consideration in Establishing Small-scale industries 4. Government and Small...
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  • Evaluation of Recrd Keeping Procedure in Organisation; Study of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises in Ihiala
    scale producers are often few in numbers and sometimes depend on finished products by the small and medium industries as raw materials for their own production. According to Olisa, [2008] small and medium scale enterprises in this country have been established to do just any kind of business...
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  • Small and Medium Scale Mining
    method and chi-square, goodness of fit. This will make the analysis of the data more concise and simple. SCOPE AND LIMITATIONS OF STUDY  This research covers the area of promoting small and medium scale enterprises in the cassava processing industry, paying attention to the role of the government...
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  • Globalisation and Its Impact
    study purpose has been taken mainly from ‘Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Government of India’ published by Reserve Bank of India in Handbook of Statistics on Indian Economy. LIMITATION OF THE STUDY All the indicators related to the growth of small scale industries has been computed...
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  • Gbizone
    , internet journal articles and books 3.2 Research Strategy Sampling, as defined by Zikmund (2003), involved any procedure that uses a small number of population or portion in order to represent the opinion of the large population, such as perception and conclusion. Identifying the target and...
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