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  • Demand For Solutions To Y 2 K
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    Small Businesses and Y 2 When the ball drops in New York City and the calendar turns from December 31st 1999 to January 1st 2000, many things will happen. Along with the worldwide celebration, and mass inebriation, many people predict global catastrophe. This catastrophe will be brought on by what is known as the "year 2000 bug" or Y 2 K. In the early 1990's Y 2 K was first realized by people in the computer industry as a potential problem, and began receiving recognition by the general public e...
  • Seminar On Small Business Entrepreneurs
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    Well I believe the developing countries could have a seminar on small business entrepreneurs every year just for women. Having a seminar on this topic could and should teach the women of these countries that the country is behind them all the way on them being an entrepreneur. They will learn that they will also be helping the country out. I believe that a lot of women have something in them they are good at and can make money from it. So if they open up a little store they will have to employee...
  • Different Y 2 K Dates
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    Y 2 K - The Big Issue Abstract and Executive Overview What is the Y 2 K issue? This paper will describe the problems associated with Y 2 K and how Industry, Government, and Small Businesses are handling the problem. The first chapter introduces the Y 2 K issues. Chapter 2 will define how this affects the different businesses and Government agencies. Chapter 3 will develop an overall plan on how to attack the problem and recommendations. The majority of this paper will develop a plan on how each ...
  • Small Business Administration
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    What are some of the important financial decisions that small business owner will face in 2005? There are numerous issues such raising capital, accounting and bookkeeping, cash flow management, poor inventory management, over investments in fixed assets, poor credit arrangements, unexpected growth, and other economic factors that will affect a small business's finances. The U.S. Small Business Administration has seen lots of small businesses com and, unfortunately, go. According to the SBA, over...
  • Certified Business As A Small Disadvantage Business
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    Procedure: It was upheld in the District Court and the Circuit Court of Appeals but was overturned by the Supreme Court. Facts: Adarand, a contractor specializing in highway guardrail work, submitted the lowest bid as a subcontractor for part of a project funded by the United States Department of Transportation. Most federal agency contracts must contain a subcontractor compensation clause, which gives a prime contractor a financial incentive to hire subcontractors certified as small businesses ...
  • Increase In Self Employment In The 1990's
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    The Trends in Self-Employment The lack of stability in the traditional workplace is resulting in a change in the way people do business. Instead of looking to large corporations or government offices for full-time paid work, people are taking matters into their own hands. Self-employment is growing as an opportunity for everyone who needs work. Two popular sub-categories of self-employment are home-based businesses and electronic commerce. With reduced employment opportunities in larger companie...
  • Services Affortable Business Consultants
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    Business Consulting Service Affortable Business Consultant is a full service consulting individual dedicated to the success of your small to medium size business. I am confident that I can provide you with the most professional, most knowledgeable, most experienced, and most worthwhile business consulting service on the planet! My business consulting services range from the most basic strategic planning to the most time consuming jobs, such as a complete business overhaul. I expect all of my cli...
  • Concerns Of Today's Small Business Owners
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    Burke BembridgeBus 110 First Evaluation Instructor; Dr Chris EhiobucheDescribe the term Entrepreneurship and the challenges of starting a small business Entrepreneurship is the dream of a lifetime for most individuals. The idea of being in control on one's financial future by establishing, owning, and operating their own business has driven most individuals in the direction of Sole Proprietorships. Most plunge in looking at the advantage and over looking the disadvantage and challenges of Sole P...
  • Small Businesses The Optimum Size
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    Optimal Size Of A Firm The optimum size of a firm is a very subjective idea. The ways in which size can help or hinder a firm vary from which angle you a looking at the situation from. Size can have its benefits and its drawbacks, and each firm will have its own benefits and drawbacks that come from either increasing in size, or remaining small, and these will depend on the market in which the firm is in, the current economy, and in some cases the preferences of the manager (s). For example a sm...
  • Small Minority Business
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    Running Head: Obstacles to Starting a Minority Business Adult Development & Life Assessment Module # 1 Obstacles to Starting a Minority Business Facilitator: Obstacles to Starting a Minority Business The minority population will grow to nearly 50% over the next 50 years. They now represent 26% of the total United States population. By the year 2050, the population of the United States will have increased by 120 million with 90% of the growth occurring in the minority communities (Edwards, 1997)....
  • How To Start A Small Business
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    Topic: Writing a process essay- How to start a small business Tired of commute? Tired of working for other? Tired of being laid-off and jumping from one job to another? Thinking of a change? Why don't you take a try to be your own boss? Today, Americans of all ages are attracted by the opportunity to be their own boss and reap the financial rewards of a successful business. A recent estimate has shown that in the first 9 months of 2000, an average of 2,600 small business were launched across the...
  • Is A Small Business Owner An Entrepreneur
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    Is a small business owner an entrepreneur? In order to answer this difficult question, one must compare characteristics and understand the difference between small business owners and entrepreneurs. Additionally, one must establish baseline definitions of a small business and an entrepreneur. Clear-cut definitions vary on what categorizes a business as small in the government's eyes, thus, size standards have been established by the North American Industry Classification System Association (NAIC...
  • Small Business In Small Towns
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    When does a business cross the line from making a profit to stealing a profit? That is a hard line to gauge. Laws are designed to make that line a little clearer but laws can't out think the mind of man. If a way can be thought of to make money it already has been or is being thought of. It's where people are taken advantage of that we need to worry. There are many business in place that simply prey on the people who don't know any better. Whether its the feature on Prime-Time that shows elderly...
  • Contribution To Employment Small Business
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    Business The occupation, work, or trade in which a person is engaged. Adam Smith (1723-1790). Regarded as the founder of economics, saw the field as! ^0 an inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations! +/-. Alfred Marshall (1842-1924) saw economics as being! ^0 a study of mankind in the ordinary business of life; it inquires how he gets his income and how he spends it! +/-. Economic economics is that social science concerned with the way in which mankind allocates its scarce resou...
  • Results To Your Research
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    BSAC 1 DTX N 1 Activity 5 - BS coursework. You should have: The introduction Taken photographs of chosen Sent letters Written and asked questionnaires / done interviews or any other type of survey Next stage: 1. After introduction explain about doing son some research in order to find out whether or not your area meets consumer / business needs. Explain what research you intend to do. Explain about market research and primary and secondary data. Enclose blank copies of your letter / questionnair...
  • Small Businesses Account For 44 Percent
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    The Importance of Small Business Entrepreneurs and their small businesses play an important role in the economy of the United States. Some people think of small business as the heart of the free enterprise system. Americans are free to try their hands at running their own business and watch their business dreams come true. Facts about Entrepreneurs. Keep economy strong by creating jobs. Provide products and services. Small businesses employ well over half of all working Americans. Has helped the...
  • Small Business And The Advantages And Disadvantages
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    Most businesses in the United States are small businesses. There are about 23 million businesses in the United States and only about 14 thousand of them are considered medium or large. There are many reasons in creating a small business as well as advantages and disadvantages. In the coming paragraphs, I would like to share with you some of the reasons for starting a small business and the advantages and disadvantages when creating these businesses. To begin, small business is defined as an inde...
  • Business Plan
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    Building a successful small business requires self-evaluation of your strengths and weaknesses. A clear vision of the business, and what you are planning, to achieve is essential. The most important steps, that anyone planning to start a business must take, are proper research and planning. A thorough, workable business plan is crucial and will become an invaluable tool. The financing, legalities, licensing, insurance and taxes also need proper consideration. According to information provided by...
  • Benefits Of The Big Business
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    Today large-scale business operations have been on the rise since the late 1800's and are continuing to grow. When the United States entered the second stage of industrialization, which was powered by a great technological change, the working force also changed. During the late 1800's, the United States had the great experience to see businesses thrive by gaining an increase in profits and efficiency. The United States has greatly benefited from the big businesses taking charge, however some peo...
  • Amish Business Ways
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    Amish Business Relations The Amish are a group of people that teach separation from the outside world. A group that originated from Switzerland is centered in the United States and Canada. Their rules as a society require farming and personal simplicity as their way of life. the luxury of having electricity and telephones are not accepted in this odd way of life. Their transportation is reduced to horse and carriages as a way for them to remain simple. These old order Amish traditions are very s...

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