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Resourcing the Start-Up Business

Creating Dynamic Entrepreneurial Learning Capabilities

Starting a business successfully requires numerous skills and resources. The alarming rate of failures associated with new ventures suggests that potential entrepreneurs would welcome expert advice at the most vital stage in the life of any business. The expert author team focus on those resources, skills, capabilities and learning required by any entrepreneur in the process of starting a new business. Specifically, this text aims to: Introduce and explain those resources (including finance) that are essential to successful business creation Identify the key skills and capabilities that are required by entrepreneurs Highlight the ways in which new resources are combined with the entrepreneur’s existing resource base to develop the business effectively Explore the way entrepreneurs learn in the process of developing their business Drawing on the most up-to-date and most relevant research, this concise textbook provides students and academics of entrepreneurship with a practical guide to acquiring the appropriate resources in order to start a new firm.

It is well established in that effective entrepreneurs need a mixture of both strong
ties, based on family and close friends, and weaker ties based on professional
and business contacts. Perhaps more importantly, entre- preneurial networks
must ...

Rural Tourism and Sustainable Business

This book provides the latest conceptual thinking on, and case study exemplification of, rural tourism and sustainable business development from Europe, North America, Australasia, the Middle East and Japan in 19 concise, manageable chapters. The book is organised into distinct yet interrelated sections, and benefits from strong editorial input in terms of context setting and summary chapters. Rural Tourism and Sustainable Business represents a high quality text integrating the latest thinking on the evolving strategic roles of rural tourism and its role in sustainable business development. It provides readily accessible material drawn from a range of environmental and cultural contexts and draws attention to the nature and interrelationships between local and global issues in rural tourism and development.

Reflexion autour d'un ensemble regional entre Poitou et Limousin. In P. Violier (
ed.) L'Espace Local et les Acteurs du Tourisme (pp. 33–39). Rennes: Presses
Universitaires de Rennes. Blanco Herranz, F. (1996) Fundamentos de la política

A Handbook in Business Management

Present-day enterprises need insights into markets, customers and their own internal processes faster than their competitors to capitalise on opportunities and to deliver sustainable business performance. To do this, businesses must learn to cope with the high volume and velocity of real-time structured and unstructured data in different formats. In covering the fields of manpower development, accounting procedures and data processing, a middle-of-the-road analysis has been made to include those overlapping developments in business studies. Disciplines like accountancy and electronic data processing frequently have unavoidable use in commerce and industry. A Handbook in Business Management examines organisation and manpower management and reflects on their significant role in the arena of business management. The objective with manpower management is to distribute personnel to activities where their talents are required and are best utilised. In financial control, the book examines both the technical and managerial approaches. The technical approach is concerned with measurement where an analysis is made as to whether resources are being assigned to the right categories and whether generally accepted accounting principles are being followed. And the managerial approach is to understand and interpret what the financial figures mean. Critically, all managers should take responsibility for financial management and should not assume that this falls within the remit of the accounts team alone. Under data processing concepts, the book takes an overview of the availability, continuity, and security of data in public and private concerns. An efficient data processing system makes it possible to adjust the financial situation of a business before it gets out of hand by adjusting income distribution and combating organisation and manpower inefficiency. This book offers to the professional student and corporate executive a preliminary survey of the fields of manpower development, accountancy and electronic data processing; while the start-up entrepreneur may find in its pages something to stimulate reflection upon those larger issues in business management.

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Business Law

Principles and Cases in the Legal Environment

Business Law: Principles and Cases offers students a readable, rigorous, and practical introduction into the real world of business law. Students receive not only a thorough explanation of the legal and regulatory issues affecting businesses, but also have the opportunity, in critical thinking exercises, to apply what they learn to real business situations. In fact, no other business law text better maximizes and simplifies student learning. All chapters contain outlines, summaries, margin notes, comprehensive question and problem material. The majority of cases and examples are current (1990 or later), condensed, and presented in the language of the court.

For a good example of this proposition, read Brock v. Entre Computer Centers.
12.6 BROCK v. ENTRE COMPUTER CENTERS FACTS Entre Computer Centers,
Inc. (Entre), a Delaware corporation with its headquarters and principal place of ...

Business Law

Principles and Cases

of an Entre Computer Center store in Beaumont, Texas, and ten days later
entered into a second franchise agreement for a store in Baton Rouge, Louisiona
. These franchise agreements, among other things, stated that Entre would not ...

1963 censuses of business, manufactures, and mineral industries : Virgin Islands of the United States

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5 y el 1 1 de enero de 1964 c. Remuneraciones pagadas durante la semana com
- prendida entre el 5 y el 1 1 de enero de 1964 d. Propietarios y socios que ...

Entrepreneurship, Networks, and Modern Business

In the second of these studies (Chapter 3), Mark Casson presents a self-
contained model of entre- preneurship, one that is capable of being tested by the
findings of contemporary or historical case studies. Casson defines the
entrepreneur as ...

Young Business Leaders

Between Utility and Utopia

In a world of sweeping economic, political and social changes, what happens to our values, norms and identities? In particular, what happens to the identities of those actors who are exposed to the forces of globalisation? How do they make sense of their personal and professional lives when they must think globally and act locally? This book investigates these questions through an empirical analysis of the identities and lives of young business leaders in a France that has undergone considerable institutional changes over the last 70 years. The analysis offers an original perspective by investigating a case of puzzling robustness, namely the identity carried by a particular group of young business leaders, "Centre des jeunes dirigeants d'entreprise." Since its founding in 1938, this organisation has put forward the ideal that businesses should go beyond furthering the particular interests of their owners and aspire to work for the common good of society. For the individual business leader, this implies a need to reconcile two objectives: contributing towards making society a better place - creating utopia - and ensuring that his/her business is viable - ensuring utility. On the basis of a thorough historical and sociological analysis, this book sheds light on how to understand robustness in values and identities in a world of sweeping changes. Moreover, it takes the reader on a fascinating journey into a sector that is largely outside the attention of both the media and scholarly literature: the life-worlds of young leaders of small- and medium-sized companies in France.

"Ce que j'aime vraiment au CJD, c'est qu'il y a une totale confiance et une totale
transparence entre les gens du CJD. Entre nous, il se passe des choses qui ne
se passent pas ailleurs. [...] Quand on est au CJD, on est au CJD. On n'est ni à la

Latin American Business

Equity Distortion in Regional Resource Allocation in Brazil

Examine the costs and benefits of fiscal “wars” between Brazilian states Latin American Business examines Brazil’s use of fiscal incentives to attract investors to help remedy disparities in the country’s regional distribution of income. Since the 1990s, individual Brazilian states have taken the initiative in trying to lure domestic and foreign firms to locate within their borders, targeting the automotive industry, textiles, and shoe production. But their efforts have led to mixed results and questions about whether these fiscal wars have been legitimate attempts at regional economic development or simply a distortion in the allocation of resources. This insightful collection of case studies and essays sheds considerable light on the issue. For several generations, the notion has been debated both in advanced industrial countries and in developing countries that regional differences in income will gradually be eliminated as poor regions (where money is scare but labor is not) benefit from the inflow of investments. In reality, this has rarely happened; Latin American Business examines why that has been the case in Brazil. The book’s contributors fuel this continuing debate, analyzing topics that include Bahia’s efforts to attract a Ford plant, the Mercedes-Benz project in Juiz de Fora, the case of Renault in Paraná, fiscal incentive programs in Pernambuco, and the tax incentive policies of Ceará. Latin American Business includes: an evaluation of the costs and benefits of federal and state incentives given to Ford Motor Company to attract a plant in Bahia an analysis of the use of state and municipal incentives by the state of Minas Gerais in dealing with Mercedes-Benz Corporation a look at Paraná’s agreement with Renault and the degree to which it has created jobs and attracted other investments an examination of structural changes in the Brazilian automotive industry a look at the Brazilian automotive industry in the 1990s an evaluation of the results of Pernambo’s fiscal incentives program from 1996 to 2003 a discussion of the economic logic for tax incentives a look at the economic effects of regional tax incentives and much more Latin American Business is an essential resource for academics, business practitioners, public policymakers, and anyone working in the international development community.

El modelo del equilibrio general interregional usadopara realizar simulacros
capta los efectos de la interdependencia regional, y de una relación vertical
entre los gobiernos.Los resultados muestran que losefectos sobre el empleo ...

Business law guide to Switzerland

With Germany Déclaration du 1er /13 décembre 1878 entre la Suisse et l'Empire
allemand au sujet de la correspondance directe entre les autorites judiciaires
des deux pays - RS; *Convention du 2 novembre 1929 entre la ...