Business Analysis

By definition, business analysis is the discipline of recognizing business needs and findings solutions to various business problems. In simpler words, it is a set of tasks and techniques which work as a connection between stakeholders. These help them understand organization’s structure, policies, and operations. They can also recommend solutions to help the business reach …

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Capital Structure: What it is and Why it Matters

A company’s capital structure is arguably one of its most important choices. From a technical perspective, the capital structure is defined as the careful balance between equity and debt that a business uses to finance its assets, day-to-day operations, and future growth. From a tactical perspective however, it influences everything from the firm’s risk profile, how easy …

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Starting a Small Business

Step 1: Do Your Research Most likely you have already identified a business ideas, so now it's time to balance it with a little reality. Does your idea have the potential to succeed? You will need to run your business idea through a validation process before you go any further. In order for a small …

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Industrial organization of financial markets

Control of market institutions Not all financial markets operate within formally constituted exchanges, but those that do can be divided into two categories. Mutually owned cooperatives. In this case the exchange is organized as a club, or cooperative, controlled and managed by its members. The cooperative controls the market’s facilities (e.g. computer networks or dedicated …

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Economy and the business firm

At its simplest level, a business enterprise represents a series of contractual relationships that specify the rights and responsibilities of various parties. People directly involved include customers, stockholders, management, employees, and suppliers. Society is also involved because businesses use scarce resources, pay taxes, provide employment opportunities, and produce much of society’s material and services output. …

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Tanzania ya viwanda- strategies

This article focuses on technology transfer for the development of the Tanzania national. In other words, this transfer of technology it focus on the following activities covering basic research, applied research, development, and even technical support for operational activities though development of the industry, this is our first mission activities when we focusing on the …

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Market opportunity analysis-(MOA)

  Can the benefit involved in the opportunity be articulated convincingly to a defined targeted market? Can the target be located and reached with cost effective media and channels? Does the company posses or have access to the critical capability and resources needed to deliver the customer benefits? Can the company deliver the benefit better …

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