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Analysis of factors determining the survival capacity of small and medium-sized enterprises

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Published by Kingston University, Faculty of Human Sciences .
Written in English

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StatementFranciszek Blawat...[et al.].
SeriesEconomics discussion paper / Kingston University, Faculty of Human Sciences -- 98/4
ContributionsBlawat, Franciszek., Kingston University. Faculty of Human Sciences.
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Open LibraryOL18074868M

markets. We hope that with this book we can give small and medium sized enterprises new ideas and suggestions for their daily work. Then we have reached one of our main goals: To transfer academic and spread industrial knowledge to the companies’ everyday life and by this strengthen the European economy. Stuttgart, June Anne SpitzleyFile Size: 2MB.

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Bławat, Franciszek, Piotr Dominiak and Jerzy Ossowski (), Analysis of factors determining the survival capacity of small and medium-sized enterprises, Statistics in Transition 5(1): Today, the role of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) in economic development, industry and innovation in the field of business, Gross Domestic Product(GDP) and entrepreneurship is clear to.

Selection and peer-review under responsibility of SIM / 12th International Symposium in Management. doi: / ScienceDirect SIM Methods of determining the level of performance achieved by human resources in small and medium sized enterprises, using the analysis of specific indicators Suzana Demyen ab *, Ion Cited by: 2.

The approach is defined and explored as being useful for small to medium sized enterprises in determining their information needs, which are critical to strategy, business development and growth. Findings. Nine critical success factors emerged, one of which was corporate information competence.

U.S. International Trade Commission Washington, DC Publication November Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises: Characteristics and Performance. Abstract. This material refers to research on the key factors for the success of small enterprises.

The results of research conducted among enterprises from the SME sector operating in the Dolny Śląsk region of Poland are presented as compared to the characteristics of enterprises from the SME sector, along with current statistical data related to their by: 1.

In most countries, statistics show that 99% of businesses are classified as 'small businesses'. In the UK alone, % of businesses employ less than staff and these companies contribute more than a half of the UK's turnover.

This new textbook goes where other strategic management texts have not and focuses on these small and medium size enterprises (SMEs), rather than focussing on large 3/5(2). The paper is based on a 5-year follow-up study ( to ) of a random sample of small business enterprises that operate in and around the city of Pretoria in South Africa.

Data weregathered from each of the businesses on socio economic factors that were known to affect the long-term survival of small businesses. The objective of the study was to identify and quantify key predictors of Cited by: 6.

Critical success factors for the survival of construction SMMEs From a South African perspective, it is difficult to ignore the importance of the construction Small, Medium and Micro Enterprises in the construction industry as well as the overall development of the country considering the immense impact SMMEs have on the economy.

Factors Affecting Profitability of Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) Firm Listed in Indonesia Stock Exchange. Farah Margaretha and Nina Supartika. Journal of Economics, Business and Management, Vol. 4, No. 2, February DOI: /JOEBMV File Size: KB.

performance of small and medium-sized enterprises. Limit to financial hinder growth and development of these firms (Levy, ).

Typically, smaller enterprises face higher transactions costs than larger enterprises in obtaining credit (Saito and Villanueva, ). Procedia Economics and Finance 4 () – The Authors.

Published by Elsevier Ltd. Selection and peer-review under responsibility of Parahyangan Catholic University. doi: /S(12) International Conference on Small and Medium Enterprises Development with a Theme (ICSMED ) Conceptual framework of factors affecting SME development: Cited by: Effects of strategic planning on performance of medium sized enterprises in Nakuru town Jackline Chepngeno Langat and Daniel Onwonga Auka* Department of Business Administration, Egerton University, Kenya, P.O BOXNakuru.

Accepted 11 March, Organizations, both large and small, are faced with uncertain business conditions, competitive Author: Daniel Onwonga Auka, Jackline Chepngeno Langat. Journal of Research in Marketing and Entrepreneurship Critical success factors of small and medium-sized enterprises in Palestine Sam Alfoqahaa, Article information: (Chittithaworn et al.,).

That Analysis of factors determining the survival capacity of small and medium-sized enterprises book, determining the success of firms can be a problematic and complex issue (Jennings and Beaver, ), and many researchers are in File Size: KB.

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) account for over 95% of firms and 60%% of employment and generate a large share of new jobs in OECD economies.

They have specific strengths and weaknesses that may require spe-cial policy responses. As File Size: KB. Factors Affecting Business Success of Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Thailand This study attempted to identify factors that are affecting business success of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Thailand.

() studied factors influencing the survival of high-technology small firms. Ghosh and Kwan () made a cross File Size: KB. In the last decades, an extensive literature on the factors influencing the success of the Startup has been developed (Yoon-Jun, ), although there is a lack of consensus in determining what these factors are, along with a lack of knowledge about the Startups (Sulayman et al., ), so it is preponderant to identify the critical success Cited by: 3.

Small and Medium Enterprises: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications provides a comprehensive collection of research on current technological developments and organizational perspectives on the scale of small and medium enterprises. This is a reference source suitable for professionals, practitioners, and academics interested in the.

in is %. The share of employees in small and medium-sized enterprises amounted to % in relation to the employees of the Czech economy. According to [8] the small and medium-sized businesses will create and offer new and quality jobs.

According to [10] management of small and medium- sized enterprise has many Size: 1MB. Sandberg () claims that,from a statistical point-of-view, he could not find any entrepreneurialcharacteristics having a major influence on small businesses Background of the Gnosjö municipalityTo study success factors in small and medium sized enterprises having anentrepreneurial orientation, it would, naturally benefit the authors to.

In recent years, along with the development of small and medium-sized enterprises, SMEs are playing animportant role in the development of China, and become a significant part of propelling economic and social development.

At present, there are over 10 million. Small businesses, employing between 10 and 49 workers dominated the sample, accounting for 73% of all surveyed companies. The second-largest group consisted of medium-sized enterprises, employing between 50 and people, which accounted for 27% of all respondents.

The largest group of companies, at %, have been operating in the market for. The purposes of the research are to determine the main factors affecting the business success of agri-based exporting firms in Thanh Hoa Province. To achieve these research objectives, quantitative and qualitative method were used concurrently.

questionnaire survey was sent out, but only respondents replied suitably for the quantitative analysis through SPSS : Nguyen Thi Loan. Internationalization: Internationalization has been viewed as a process of increasing involvement of enterprises in international markets.

SMEs: SMEs stands for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises, the main factors determining whether a company is an SME are: number of employees and either turnover or balance sheet by: 2. assisted with the analysis of the data for this work.

B.A.N. ONUGU Lagos, Nigeria October ABSTRACT This study, Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs) in Nigeria: Problems and Prospects, was undertaken to find out if the SME sub-sector in Nigeria has performed its critical role of driving the country’s industrial transformation andFile Size: KB.

The importance of the small and medium-sized enterprises come from the vital role of the SMEs in the private sector and because SMEs considered as a labour intensive firms. However, there are some other internal factors that they could be the reason behind the success of these firms.

Accordingly, supply chain management of small and medium-sized enterprises and production activities should include management of the following processes (Fig.1): * Forecasting, often defined as a survey of the future in order to obtain trustworthy information on factors in external and internal environment vital for business activities of the.

upgrading of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs): entrepreneur characteristics (education, gender, behaviour, etc.), firm characteristics dence for determining the most significant factors for SME upgrading in Analysis of panel data from the Egypt Investment.

role of small and medium enterprises in job creation and economic growth. However the lack of consistent indicators at the country level restricts extensive cross-country analyses of lending to small and medium enterprises.

This paper introduces a new dataset to fill this gap in the small and medium enterprise data Size: KB. Finance and Small and Medium-Sized Enterprise Development Paul Cook and Fred Nixson.

INTRODUCTION Interest in the role of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the development process continues to be in the forefront of policy debates in developing countries.

The lack of absorptive capacity amongst small-scale enterprises is seen. Factors influencing performance of micro and small enterprises: a case of Kisumu City Bus Park-Kenya.

Keywords: Factors, Performance, Family Owned Businesses, Abia State, Nigeria I. Introduction The importance of small and medium-sized enterprises (SME’s) in creating jobs and economic wealth is globally recognized. Among SMEs, family businesses are fast becoming the dominant form of businessAuthor: Michael Okpara.

Well-managed employment relationships can be a secret to business success, yet this factor is relatively poorly understood when it comes to small and medium-sized enterprises (SME’s). Written by active researchers with teaching experience, this book brings together the fields of entrepreneurship.


University of Nigde School of Business Studies, Nigde e-mail: [email protected] Key Words:File Size: KB. From total number of active enterprises small and medium-sized enterprises % in created.

Percentage of employees in small and medium-sized enterprises amounted to % in relation to the employees of the Czech economy. According to Řehoř [1], in the small and medium-sized businesses will create and offer new and quality Size: KB. This study investigates the determining factors of the successful adoption of e-business by small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Korea using survey data.

After the major determining factors were identified from the innovation adoption literature and were extracted by applying the principal component analysis to the survey data and by adding the.

Recommendation. In response to the requirements of integrated supply chains for improved quality, small and medium-sized manufacturing enterprises should adopt quality as a competitive strategy and consider implementing techniques, such as six sigma, ISO certification, and statistical process controls, to comply with customer demands, improve.

The objective of this study is to explore the factors that hinder the growth and survival of small businesses within Kumasi Metropolitan Area. Specific Objectives.

1) To examine the various activities of small businesses in Ghana. 2) To explore the variables that hinders the Cited by: 3.

The smooth running of small and medium-sized manufacturing enterprises (SMEs) presents a significant challenge irrespective of the technological and human resources they may have at their disposal. SMEs continuously encounter daily internal and external undesirable events and unwanted setbacks to their operations that detract from their business by:.

The pace of innovation continues to increase not only in the developed world but also in developed markets. The key issue facing many small medium-sized enterprises is related to how they can foster effective innovation. Innovation in SMEs can be (more) efficient and effective; however, this is not the case in many SMEs.

SMEs in Iran are industrial and service enterprises with less than 50 Cited by: 8. Studies indicate that 75% of small enterprises in the world fail during their first 5 years of operation.

In Kenya, just about 20% grow to the next size category. Scholars have prescribed formal strategic management modes, but the small enterprises (SEs) continue to not only fail but also depict informal strategic management modes.

However, few studies have been done to examine whether the Cited by: 9.Factors Influencing Small Medium Enterprises (SMES) in Obtaining Loan and capacity of the Small Medium Enterprises to repay the loan are some of the factors that are being assessed by small-sized firms (%) and medium-sized firms (%).

Other main activities which required financing (%) were for purchase and lease of equipment.