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|Title:||Successful management of the small and medium-sized business|
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In many European countries, they comprise up to 80% of the gross domestic product and employment structure. The situation in Russia is quite different; the country still has certain leftovers of the Soviet type of economy, with preference given to large organizational forms of economic activities. Among the works of those authors. after-sales service and business strategy did not produce any significant effect on the success of the business.
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However the administrative considerations of starting a business – such as the time, the cost, or the number of procedures required – are unrelated to the formation rate of either nascent or young businesses. Appendix A: Estimation sample. Table . lists the distribution of observations in our estimation sample over the countries.
sustainable development of the small and medium business in international and domestic tourism market. The main result to be achieved is evidence that when there is adequate (positive) self-evaluation, intrinsic motivation or chiefly necessity of creativity manifestation, emotivity in the sense of creative enthusiasm, personal professional effectiveness and appropriate situational factors, the modern manager is able to model conditions for the manifestation of creativity (creative self-expression), both in themselves and in their subordinates . creativity, management, competitiveness, manager, creation, innovations. Download full text of the article. The Mind Map Book: Radiant Thinking – Major Evolution in Human Thought. 3. De Bono, E. (1985).
A key tool for helping SMEs survive in an ever-changing, highly competitive environment, is effective financial management. The main tasks of financial management are to obtain requisite financing, to allocate finances effectively, and to determine the company’s profit sharing plan.
In the conditions of the market economy, the sit-uation with the small and medium business sector is of a particular importance as this factor is a key condition for promoting competition. Business Owners (NAWBO1, est. in 1975), consisting of more than 1. million members, re-ported that business owned by women is the fastest growing segment of the American economy.
The government of Sri Lanka has identified entrepreneurship development as a major policy thrust to achieve economic development.