FUNDAMENTALS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP

FUNDAMENTALS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Author: SANGRAM KESHARI MOHANTY

Publisher: PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.

ISBN: 9788120328679

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 200

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Designed primarily as a textbook for undergraduate students of commerce, this accessible and easy-to-read text gives a clear exposition of the theory and practice of entrepreneurship. It exposes the readers to the entrepreneurial culture and industrial growth in India. The intricate theories involved in entrepreneurship are explained in a step-by-step manner, supported by a large number of tables and figures. The thorough discussion on promotion of venture and raising of funds is aimed at enabling the potential entrepreneurs to set up and successfully manage their own small business units. Separate chapters on Women Entrepreneurship and Rural Entrepreneurship make this text a class apart. Besides undergraduate students of commerce, students of management and EDP trainers will also find this text extremely useful. Above all, all those who are interested in and enthusiastic about setting up their own small units will find the book quite handy.

Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship - SBPD Publications

Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship - SBPD Publications

Author: Sanjay Gupta

Publisher: SBPD Publications

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 249

View: 447

1. Entrepreneurship—Meaning, Concept and Forms, 2. Entrepreneurship—Meaning, Theories and Role of Socio- Economic Environment, 3. Meaning and Definition of Leadership, 4. Promotion of a Venture and Opportunity Analysis, 5. External Environment Analysis, 6. Concept of a Project and Legal Requirements for Establishing a New Unit, 7. Sources of Raising Funds, 8. Venture Capital, 9. Entrepreneurial Behaviour : Meaning and Concept, 10. Innovation and Entrepreneur, 11. Entrepreneur Development Programmes, 12. Critical Evaluation of Entrepreneur Development Programmes, 13. Role of Entrepreneur in Economic Growth as an Innovator and in Generation of Employment Opportunities, 14. Role of Entrepreneur in Balanced Economic Development, 15. Export Promotion and Import Substitution, 16. Augmenting and Meeting Local Demand and Forex Earnings, 17. Small Scale Industry : Role and Performance.

Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship by Sanjay Gupta (eBook)

Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship by Sanjay Gupta (eBook)

Author: Sanjay Gupta

Publisher: SBPD Publications

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 249

View: 896

An excellent book for commerce students appearing in competitive, professional and other examinations. 1. Entrepreneurship—Meaning, Concept and Forms, 2. Entrepreneurship—Meaning, Theories and Role of Socio- Economic Environment, 3. Meaning and Definition of Leadership, 4. Promotion of a Venture and Opportunity Analysis, 5. External Environment Analysis, 6. Concept of a Project and Legal Requirements for Establishing a New Unit, 7. Sources of Raising Funds, 8. Venture Capital, 9. Entrepreneurial Behaviour : Meaning and Concept, 10. Innovation and Entrepreneur, 11. Entrepreneur Development Programmes, 12. Critical Evaluation of Entrepreneur Development Programmes, 13. Role of Entrepreneur in Economic Growth as an Innovator and in Generation of Employment Opportunities, 14. Role of Entrepreneur in Balanced Economic Development, 15. Export Promotion and Import Substitution, 16. Augmenting and Meeting Local Demand and Forex Earnings, 17. Small Scale Industry : Role and Performance.

WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT

WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT

Author: Dr. Sahebrao B. Ohol

Publisher: Ashok Yakkaldevi

ISBN: 9781926488875

Category: Art

Page: 289

View: 136

“A good entrepreneur is one who is capable of inspiring confidence in people, and has ability to motivate them to work with him in fulfilling the economic goals set by him.” Introduction Entrepreneurship plays an imperative role in the growth of any society. Development of entrepreneurship culture and qualitative business development services are the major requirements for industrial growth. Entrepreneurship emerges from an individual’s creative spirit in long-term business ownership, employment creation, capital formation and economic security. Entrepreneurial skills are essential for industrialization and for alleviation of mass unemployment and poverty. As technology speeds up lives, women are an emerging economic force, which cannot neglect by the policy makers. The world’s modern democratic economy depends on the participation of both sexes. Global markets and women were not often use in the same sentence, but increasingly, statistics show that women have economic clout-most visibly as entrepreneurs and most powerfully as consumers. Today, women in advanced market economies own more than 25% of all businesses and women owned businesses in Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe and Latin America are growing rapidly. In some regions of the world, transformation of market economy, women entrepreneurs is a growing trend. However, in India, the actual participation of women in income generating activities is quite unsatisfactory, only 8% of the small-scale manufacturing units have owned and operated by women.

Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship : New Edition (Re-Printed in 2020)

Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship : New Edition (Re-Printed in 2020)

Author: Dr. O.P. Gupta

Publisher: SBPD Publishing House

ISBN: 9789350470633

Category: Education

Page: 189

View: 885

Who can buy? Students Pursuing B.Com., M.Com., B.B.A. or M.B.A., (C.A., C.S., C.W.A.) and other commerce and professional courses. The authors have explained the subject in the most simple language. Extensive use of charts, pictures and diagrams has been made to explain and illustrate the difficult concepts and Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship. An important feature of this book is that important points to remember have been given in the form of boxes which exhibit them at a glance. Important questions asked in the examinations conducted by various universities and professional institutes have been given at the end of each chapter. The book will be of immense use and help to the students preparing for these examinations.

Entrepreneurship Development in Public Enterprises

Entrepreneurship Development in Public Enterprises

Author: Joseph Prokopenko

Publisher: International Labour Organization

ISBN: 922107286X

Category: Business enterprises

Page: 218

View: 738

This book presents a number of cases - both in centrally planned and market economy systems - where the culture and practice of entrepreneurship were successfully introduced into the structure and activities of public enterprises. The book shows how sponsorship can help promote both public and private economic initiaitives by either turning the public enterprise into an entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial organization, or by helping small private business in the start-up stage.

Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship and Project Planning

Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship and Project Planning

Author: Madhurima Lall

Publisher: Sultan Chand & Sons

ISBN: 9788195104390

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 44

View: 992

The book has been designed specifically for students of B.Com, B.Com (Hons.), BBA, MBA. The book is also helpful to persons starting their own business. The book explains the concepts of entrepreneurship, innovation, Business Plan and financing of new ventures in a very simple manner so it provides in-depth knowledge of the subject.

Government, SMEs and Entrepreneurship Development

Government, SMEs and Entrepreneurship Development

Author: Robert A. Blackburn

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317125358

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 340

View: 803

Recent decades have seen substantial growth in the range of assistance programmes for SMEs and entrepreneurs across the world. Once regarded as peripheral to the economy and public policy, the role of small firms and of entrepreneurship is now recognized as of key importance in the economic growth and development strategies of many nations. The range of interventions and support focused on promoting SMEs and entrepreneurship is substantial and expanding, so Government, SMEs and Entrepreneurship Development asks ’what are some of the main policy instruments being used, and how effective are they?’ It considers policies in different countries, examines key interventions and tools used to promote entrepreneurship and SME development and concludes with contributions on how to best evaluate their effectiveness. The contributor chapters by academics and practitioners from businesses, enterprise development agencies and governments, are empirical or evidence-based and use both quantitative and qualitative approaches. Drawing on experience from a wide range of both developed and emerging countries and economies, the contributions focus on the broad strategies that different governments and communities have adopted to foster entrepreneurship and SMEs; the policy tools and instruments that can be used to promote small business and entrepreneurship; and on the outcomes of policy instruments and the methods used to evaluate interventions. Their findings will help researchers, policy-makers, economic development officers, civil servants, elected officials, and business associations to better understand the issues in this important field.

Entrepreneurship Development

Entrepreneurship Development

Author: Dibin Sekharan

Publisher: Notion Press Media Pvt Limited

ISBN: 1639202331

Category:

Page: 72

View: 666

The green shoots of entrepreneurship give an economy its vitality. They give rise to new products and services, fresh applications for existing products and services, and new ways of doing business. Entrepreneurship stirs up the existing economic order and prunes out the dead wood. Established companies that fail to adapt to the changes cease to be competitive in the marketplace and go out of business. Within the broadest definition, entrepreneurs are found throughout the world of business because any firm, big or small, must have its share of entrepreneurial drive if it is to survive and prosper. This textbook focuses on starting and growing independent new ventures. It is based on entrepreneurship courses taught at mg university. One of the most common questions that entrepreneurship educators are asked is, Can entrepreneurship be taught? Our response is that anyone with a desire to become an entrepreneur will be more successful if he or she has taken a course on how to start and grow a new venture. While this textbook empowers would-be entrepreneurs to start and grow their new ventures, it's not only for them. Any student who reads this book will learn about the entrepreneurial process and the role of entrepreneurship in the economy.

Entrepreneurship with Practical Class 11 - [Bihar Board]

Entrepreneurship with Practical Class 11 - [Bihar Board]

Author: Dr. S.K. Singh,

Publisher: SBPD Publications

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 385

View: 374

UNIT – I Entrepreneurship and Human Activities 1.Entrepreneur—Meaning, Concept and Forms, 2. Entrepreneurship—Meaning, Concept and Role of Socio-Economic Environment, 3. Entrepreneurial Development Programmes, 4. Critical Evaluation of Entrepreneurial Development Programmes, 5. Role of Entrepreneur—In Economic Development as an Innovator and in Generation of Employment Opportunities, 6. Role of Entrepreneur—In Balanced Economic Development, 7. Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise/Industries in India, 8. Entrepreneurial Pursuits and Human Activities—Economic and Non-Economic, 9. Innovation and Entrepreneur, UNIT – II Acquiring Entrepreneurial Values and Motivation 1.Business Ethics and Acquiring Entrepreneurial Values, Attitudes and Motivation, 2. Developing Entrepreneurial Motivation—Concept and Process, 3. Business Risk-taking Management, 4. Leadership—Meaning and Importance, 5. Communication—Importance, Barriers and Principles, 6. Planning—Meaning and Importance, 7. Barriers to Entrepreneurship, 8. Help and Support to Entrepreneur, UNIT – III Introduction to Market Dynamics 1. Understanding a Market, 2. Competitive Analysis of the Market, 3. Patents, Trademarks and Copyrights, UNIT – IV Practical 1. Project Work, 2. Project Planning, 3. Project Report : General Model, 4. Case Study, 5. Project Analysis, Viva-Voce Value Based Questions (with Answers) Examination Papers.