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  • Women Entrepreneurial Development Case Study

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    Development of Women Entrepreneurship in India: Pull and Push Factors Dr. G. Vidya Sagar Reddy* Need for Women Entrepreneurial Development: An Introduction The wide spread belief and attitude in many cultures is that the role of women is to build and maintain the home affairs like bearing and rearing children, cocking, fetching water etc.. Since the beginning of the last century, the status of women across the world has been changing due to growing Industrialization, urbanization, spatial mobility

  • Is Team Learning An Effective Approach To Enterprise Education?

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    to be creative, to take risks and to manage them, to have a can-do attitude and the drive to make ideas happen.” Entrepreneurship is about learning and building self-confidence, social and teamwork skills, developing characteristics and attitudes. It is not all about business and making money which I have learnt from this module, Enterprise Education and Team Learning.

  • Business Ethics And Social Responsibility

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    (State Owned Enterprises). The Idiosyncrasies of a mixed market economy are; -The ownership of goods by the private and state owned entities. -They own, control, make, sell and exchange goods in the country. Q1.3.1 Entrepreneurship- Wikipedia briefly explains entrepreneurship as the process of designing, launching, and running a new business which begins as a micro enterprise. It is also defined as the capacity and willingness to develop, organize and manage a business venture along with any

  • Why Are Macroeconomics Are Entrepreneursive?

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    Different events such as business plan competitions, entrepreneurship week and awards are done which is making entrepreneurship a known term. The myths about successful entrepreneurs have promoted creation of ideas leading to a misconception that entrepreneurship creates economic growth. Most of the developing South East Asian countries do not support the idea that economic growth is created by innovation. Entrepreneurship is more about survival and subsistence, than growth and grandeur

  • Mentality Of An Entrepreneur

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    Muhamad Saberi Abstract: Using the new word "entrepreneur mentality" - an absolute honour to Foucault governmentality - to show how the discourse driven entrepreneurship as a system of thought on women entrepreneurs who were able to make some form of reasonable and activities can be implemented, namely: who can become an entrepreneur, what entrepreneurship is, what or who managed by a form of governance of economic relations? The discourse of women entrepreneurs the linguistic practices that create the

  • Small Business Management

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    business area and to the contribution that entrepreneurial small businesses can bring beneficial to transforming the economy (EiM, 1994).The concept of entrepreneurship is often considered with new venture creation and small enterprise management, and the terms of owner-manager and self-employment (Gibb, 1996). While Kirby (2003) has argued that entrepreneurship is far broader than these concepts mentioned above. Not all owner-managers can be considered as entrepreneurs, nor are all small business entrepreneurial

  • A SWOT Analysis: Role Of Women Entrepreneurs In India

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    business team money, since money plays a pivotal role to lead a happy and comfortable life. Recognition and status are the two important non-monetary factors attracted them to enter into the business. Sreenivasa and Niranjan (2012), Rural women entrepreneurship in India. Factors influencing women entrepreneurs. The following are the major factors influencing the women entrepreneur, Economic independence , Establishing their own creative idea ,Establishing their own identity , Achievement of excellence

  • I Want to Be in the College of Business at the East Carolina University

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    Sports and Entertainment Marketing, and Entrepreneurship in high school and recently I have wanted to study the managerial roles of a business. In conclusion, the concentrations in the College of Business that interest me include Marketing, Management, and Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management. The top three concentrations in the College of Business at East Carolina University that I would like to pursue include Marketing, Management, and Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management. All three

  • Entrepreneur Characteristics Essay

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    financial success, roles, innovation, recognition and independence and Hill (2002) stated that entrepreneurs are unique beings with equally unique set of features that motivate their entrepreneurial activities In the psychological approach to entrepreneurship an entrepreneur is viewed as a set of personality traits and characteristics. Although a lot of research was done on entrepreneurial characteristics, there is still no definitive list. Jeffrey Timmons and colleagues (Timmons et al. 1990) in their

  • Franchising: Perspective of Entrepreneurs

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    role of franchising in the development of local businesses and they noticed that franchising have a positive effect o... ... middle of paper ... ...ased on the perceptions of the entrepreneurship students but also by their own sources. Works Cited Hatten, T. (2012). Small business Management. Entrepreneurship and Beyond. U.S.A: South-Western College Publishing. Harper, S. (2003). The McGraw-Hill Guide to Starting you own business. New York: McGrawHill. History Of Franchising. Retrieved