August 2014 archive

What wikipedia does not tell you about selling a business [Part-1]

A few months ago, I met a friend Jack who was puzzled and wasn’t sure on the next step in his business. The situation was all caused by one unknown person to him who presented an unsolicited bid for his business. Jack is a budding entrepreneur that started off the business from scratch seven years …

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Will Business Analysts ever take over the world?

When I was in my teens and the local broadcast media first aired the global news phenom CNN, I was more inclined to watching the entertainment and sports related shows. Not to mention the King of talk himself Larry King who always had the most interesting questions at that time. The business and finance segments …

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Small Scale Industries | A credible option for emerging entrepreneurs?

When thinking of business ventures to engage in, there is a great tendency to copy (and a few others will think of modifying) the existing businesses. This tendency has driven most emerging entrepreneurs to trading, agriculture related and service based industries. This trend is further fuelled by a misconception that manufacturing is a complex area …

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