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    know a small business is a big responsibility, although many think of it as freedom and financial stability. As an owner, one has to dedicate lots of time and money to grow the brand and create customer loyalty. As a general manager, I know what it takes to lead and train a team. I will be helping the company expand the brand with the grand opening of two new stores. I believe this experience will help me, as I get closer to realizing my dreams. Therefore, I decided to research small business…

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    great business idea, but before you cash in your life savings to build your dream venture you need to know some of the essentials of starting a small business. When faced with all the tasks of starting a business it can seem somewhat overwhelming, but getting things started is not necessarily all that difficult. Like any major goal in life, if you break it down into smaller objectives and tasks it’s much easier to get started. Read on to learn the essential steps of starting up a small business.…

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    I interviewed Small Business Owner Joe Fugere of Tutta Bella Pizzeria. He said that there was an unrestricted building existing in a locality close to where he grew up. In the 50’s and 60’s, there were large Italian and Irish settler’s peoples that lived within a 5-mile radius and he said that there was no authentic Italian cuisine in that communal. The biggest challenge he faced was Building and preserving a unified team while respecting separate styles. Pizzeria is a business committed for…

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    starting her new business, I believe that it is critical that she seek wisdom and knowledge in order to decide how to structure her new business. Proverbs 19:20-21 says, “Listen to advice and accept instruction, that you may gain wisdom in the future. Many are the plans in the mind of a man, but it is the purpose of the LORD that will stand” (Proverbs 19:20-21, NIV). It is my goal to provide wise counsel to Tilly on the three possible business structures that she could adopt as a new business…

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    Growing up I have always dreamed of starting my business and managing every detail in it, I started studying the most famous businesses and what the imperfections in these businesses are, just to make sure that in the future if I do start my business, I do not make these mistakes. Starting a small business can be easy, but I always think through on how I can make it big and successful. The reasons I wish to study business administration is that I believe that if I graduate with this degree, I…

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    circumstances, government regulations have been restrictive and harmed small businesses. However, there are areas where regulations have been lax and shareholders, the community, and the environment have been damaged. An area where the government regulations are stifling is for small businesses. Compliance reform exerts a dispraportionately large percentage of costs for a small business versus a corporation. This puts small businesses at a disadvantage for being competitive. It is crucial…

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    Immigrant Small Business

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    Problems of immigrant small business owners in Saudi Arabia Introduction: The immigrant small business owners play a key role in the economic growth and development of any country. In the kingdom of Saudi Arabia, many people migrate from their home countries to there. These immigrants face different obstacles in the Saudi Arabia. Sarah Jessup, (2009) describe the negligence of the Saudi governments in caring for foreign nationals, several labor sending countries like Indonesia and the…

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    As a small business owner, do you ever feel like you need more sleep? You know your duties are many and varied, including customer service, human resources, logistics, and marketing, to name a few. In fact, you actually your responsibilities may be so great, you may need more sleep than a corporate executive, and the lack of sleep can be responsible for a variety of healthy problems and poor work performance. Corporate executives often tend to get home earlier than small business owners, because…

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    Becoming A Hero

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    enough to know everything about everything. There wasn’t anything my father couldn’t do. He taught me how to read, write, walk, and talk. However, when my father was a kid, nobody was there to teach him. He lived with eleven of siblings in only three small rooms. They were very poor. They used to live in a national housing charity. He is a very good athlete; moreover, he used to play for a famous Saudi soccer team when he was a teenager. My father hasn’t seen his dad, therefore, my grandfather…

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    Liz Pedone's Deli

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    the traffic going to New York City and cars not using their turn signals, it will be easy to miss the highway exit for the quaint town of Emmaus. Emmaus prides itself with its tight-knit community, and welcomes everything, including small businesses. One of these small businesses just opened in Emmaus’ town square; Pedone’s Deli. The owner of the deli is fifty-three year old Liz Pedone, originally from the middle of Long Island. The vibrant white and red tiled walls contrasted with what goes…

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