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  • How Does Microfinance Hurts Women

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    poverty. Most of these citizens make less than a dollar and 25 cents a day. Many people have been looking for a solution, luckily thanks to Muhammad Yunus he created Micro-loans which gives banks the right to give small loans to women to create entrepreneurs. This would help women be more empowered by giving them the right to their own money and not relying on their husbands. This would change society cause it would help the economic growth and better Education, provide more job opportunities,

  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Startup

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    one million. Once they hit the goal, they will start their business production procedure, as a pay back, people who help an entrepreneur with the fundraising will get a discount to purchase the product or receive the product for free. This way can help an entrepreneur not losing control of the company, because they still own the company, the disadvantage is, the entrepreneur has to take the risk of their ideas may be stolen by competitors, because all the information is in

  • Entrepreneurship In Dubai Case Study

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    position to appear as a developing market had made it an optimal place for the development of entrepreneurship. New residents from different countries have been an advantage for Dubai to open even more markets. The government also supports upcoming entrepreneurs through various organizations that help in advancing the young and fresh entrepreneurial talents. These organizations aim at stimulating young leaders in becoming an essential part in improving the regional economy. They also provide support in

  • The Pros And Cons Of Social Media In Sri Lanka

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    consumer’s perception of online retailing. The initial phase would be to set up an online retail store. This would be mainly through Facebook. The initial funding would be borne by the entrepreneur with an initial investment of Rs 1.5 Mn. The designing and manufacturing of products would be done by the entrepreneur herself with the help from her family and friends. Certain non-value adding activities would be outsourced to selected families. The sewing and storing would be carried out in a separate

  • Entrepreneurship Case Study

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    economic output. The measurements of these positive effects provide the basis of international comparisons. The contemporary theories on firm entrepreneurship built on the contributions of Schumpeter who focused on the significance of the innovative entrepreneur being the main force moving the economy forward based

  • Entrepreneurship In Black Entrepreneurship

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    family/friends, and their ethnicity when they promote self-owned businesses. Entrepreneurship in black communities is essential, and it’s our responsibility to teach and show each other that when you have dreams, you can achieve them. The early Black entrepreneurs were freed slaves functioning in personal services and trades that Whites perceived

  • The Effectuation Theory: Causation And Depreneurship

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    Effectuation theory (Sarasvathy 2001; 2008) identifies two sorts of new venture creation processes as causation and effectuation. These distinct logics are differentiated in terms of choice sets and defined as: “…choosing between means to create a particular effect, versus choosing between many possible effects using a particular set of means” (Sarasvathy 2001: 245). One of the typical examples on these processes is asking a chef to cook a given menu (causation) in contrast to giving the chef a variety

  • Entrepreneurial Theory

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    stability. (Cherlin, 1978). Feelings of solidarity and cooperation within the family results in highly motivated group efforts to support potential entrepreneurs (Sanders & Nee, 1996). Second, the family provides the entrepreneur with a diverse set of resources (Dyer & Handler, 1994; Sirmon & Hitt, 2003), which have the ability to impact the individual entrepreneur as well as the family business. Research in entrepreneurship has shown that self-employed family members pass on their resources such as knowledge

  • Small Business In Bangladesh

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    5.1.9 Women Entrepreneurs in Bangladesh Among the total population of Bangladesh nearly half of these are women, and an indispensable part of nation's human resources. For this reason, bringing women to engage in income-generating activities have now become a major concern

  • Essay On Women Entrepreneurship

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    society. Therefore women-entrepreneurs have been making a major impact in all most all the segment of the economy which is additional than 25% of all kinds of business. In India Entrepreneurship is very limited amongst women particularly in the formal sector, which is less than 5% of all the trade and work involvement of Indian women is 22% as per 1991 census and triple in rural areas around 27% and in urban areas 9%, so the role and participation of women entrepreneurs in rural sector is very