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    The Investopedia defines the entrepreneur as a person who starts his own business by taking lot of risks. (Entrepreneur, 2014). Most of the popular & large organisations around the world have been started by entrepreneurs. The contribution of entrepreneurs to a country’s economy and to the business environment holds a major share. Once an American politician Mike Pence stated that “The American economy has been built and sustained by risk-taking entrepreneurs whose pioneering ideas and hard work…

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    Daily. The main concerns associated with Wal-Mart focus on the impact that Wal-Mart has on small businesses, such as supermarkets, and other family owned shops. Statistics prove that a single Wal-Mart store opening will eradicate three local jobs for every two that it creates (Bill De Blasio, 2011). This is bad news, because Wal-Mart will statistically give back less than it takes in. This is untrue for small businesses. For every $100 spent in locally owned businesses, $68 stayed in the local…

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    Pokemon Go Research Paper

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    predicted, Pokemon Go will surpass the leading social media platforms such as Twitter! Now, you may ask what this could do for you business ... well, in small talk, a lot! Small Business owners are already reporting high level of sales and presence to their location. To find out more ... keep reading, as we tell you the in and out of the new craze, and how to optimise your business ready for the surge.…

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    department for the marketing activities. Small businesses comprise of staff, mainly managers whose roles overlap. As such, an individual may be in charge of finance but at the same time is tasked to oversee the marketing affairs of the organization. In this case, the marketing task is not given the necessary attention that is expected. This dedicated department will have the duty of developing the marketing approach that will be used by the small business, carry out market research to identify…

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    Essay On Kentucky Economy

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    being one of Kentucky’s biggest economy, making up 18.3 percent the states gross domestic product (GPD). According to the business rank, Kentucky fell in the middle on most our metrics. Small businesses in Kentucky are the foundation of our state’s economy. How does socio-economic, geographic, fiscal policy, educational and competitive environment benefit within Kentucky small businesses. Socio-economic defines the quality of life in society. They strengthen values, fuel products, lifestyles of…

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    for every small business. However, while leads are critical and play a vital role in prospect sales, the website design of a lead generation is essential for lead to sale conversion. Every business needs a potential lead management in order to generate business and convert leads to sales to get brand recognition. In order for any small business to get leads and convert them into sales they need to follow lead management basics. Let’s see what the basics are that enhances the growth of small…

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    Peter Sawchyn

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    Firm Overview and Introduction to the Case This case was about a forty-year old small business that faced managerial challenges by expanding. Sawchyn Guitars was founded by Peter Sawchyn in 1970. It was a small private business solely owned and operated by Peter Sawchyn and his wife Kendra Sawchyn. The company deals with two main products: acoustic guitars and mandolins. (Woodwark, Wong, p.2). All the models of guitars and mandolins could be custom ordered, repaired and upgraded per customer’s…

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    Point Of Sales Case Study

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    Market Needs Point-of-sale (POS) systems have been around in one form or the other for decades. The POS system covers all functions done at a business from order processing to inventory management to loyalty programs. It is more than a cash register – a core management tool for any small or large businesses/industry such retails, hospitality, transportation etc. With the right hardware and software programs/downloaded applications, businesses can easily process transactions, improve/track sales…

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    Depressed moments were the best time to start a business” she said to Bonny. The business had been gloomy and struggling in that year, But Molly was intrepid inspire of the tepid ambiance. She was pregnant with business ideas, bristling with self-confidence and A new trend was emerging, with the advent of technology, amongst the shoppers as they preferred to use the internet to see the stuff before buying. Many a store shopper got lost in the myriad of the stuff stacked in sprawling store, and…

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    believe in the concept of Small-Scale Industries. Whatever the country decides to do, there always seems to be one that is more beneficial, and in most cases, it is the presence of Small-Scale Industries. Small-Scale Industries are full of benefits and need to be present for a country to thrive. Because Small-Scale Industries are so beneficial for the economy and the country as a whole, there should be better regulations for Small-Scale Industries to allow them to thrive. Small-Scale…

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