Chapter 26
Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
In This Chapter
• Creating a great business plan
• Finding funds to start a business
• Buying an existing business
• Predicting problems in growing a business
Being an entrepreneur differs sharply from being an administrator. An administrator assumes responsibility for an established department or function within a larger organization. An entrepreneur must create a business from scratch and with very limited resources. Although MBA stands for Master of Business Administration, most business schools have established or expanded their course offerings for those who want to become entrepreneurs. This recognizes that many students would rather start a company or join a small company than work ...

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