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- Business Management: A Contemporary Approach Supplement for IMM Students
- Vol 14, No 1 (2018)
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Please Log in or Register. The objective of this paper is to analyze institutional promotions to small and medium international enterprises on the subject of digital marketing. The authors conduct qualitative research with a descriptive scope, including 12 institutions in Costa Rica and France. The study is dedicated to working with SMEs involved in an internationalization process and offering them some type of training. It concludes that SMEs promote digital marketing through institutions, and that the way in which they carry it out varies between the two countries, Costa Rica being a more general and structured service, and France a more customized one.
Business Management: A Contemporary Approach Supplement for IMM Students
These are the sources and citations used to research Marketing strategy. COM, The Marketing Mix. Cork: Primento Digital. Your Bibliography: Labour Market Profile. Your Bibliography: Adair, J. Effective strategic leadership. In-text: Ahmad, Ramayah, Wilson and Kummerow, Your Bibliography: Ahmad, N. Is entrepreneurial competency and business success relationship contingent upon business environment?.
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Why compare entrepreneurial intent between two countries geographically far removed? What do they have in common? Prior to democratically elected governments, both South Africa SA and Poland experienced oppressive regimes which may have had an effect on the entrepreneurial culture in these countries. In addition, youth unemployment is high. For youths between the ages of 15 and 24, unemployment is at
How do age and location affect a business? Evaluating the objectives, outputs and outcomes of small business policy. Menisha Moos; Melodi Botha. Department of Business Management, University of Pretoria. Many scholars have dedicated their studies to understanding the kind of assistance given to small business.
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Business and profits The economic principle The factors of production Natural resources Human resources Capital Entrepreneurship The economic systems in which businesses operate South African businesses and the changing social contract The expectations of business-related stakeholders The expectations of opinion-related stakeholders The expectations of public-related stakeholders Corporate social responsibility The current social contract of a South African business The parts of this book 19 Case study: Shoprite annual report how the Shoprite group is interacting with its stakeholders 21 Summary 23 Glossary 24 Multiple-choice questions 26 References and end-notes 27 Answers to multiple-choice questions What is a manager? Organisations in which managers work Levels of management Top management Middle management First-level management Ingenuity Leadership Calculated risk-taking The entrepreneurial process Temporary entrepreneurs versus growth-orientated entrepreneurs Entrepreneurship, management and leadership in entrepreneurial businesses Types of entrepreneurial business The informal business sector The micro- and small business sector The medium and large business sectors Franchisors and franchisees Corporate entrepreneurship Case study: Craig Lyons Summary Glossary Multiple-choice questions References and end-notes Answers to multiple-choice questions Operations Management Lesson
These are the sources and citations used to research Marketing strategy. COM, The Marketing Mix.
Entrepreneurs are the core and essence of any economy. Without entrepreneurs, there would be no business and without business, there would be no government, as there would be nobody to pay taxes to finance it. What distinguishes entrepreneurs from the masses, and even from innovative individuals, is that they act on opportunities and create something new, thereby driving economic evolution.