The subject of my dissertation is: "is it easier to set up a small firm in the United Kingdom (Yorkshire) than in France (Rhone Alpes). The subject is extremely interesting for me due to the business feasibility that the concept of globalization offers. For a student in European Business it's very important to know in depth how to set up a firm, the different steps, the difference between the countries, since the UK and France occupy a great prominence in the European Union. Both personally and professionally it's interesting for me to deal with this subject because: -It will complement my studies, as I study "business and entrepreneurship? in my course. - It will help me for my future training since this subject deals with management and entrepreneurs. - I want to become an entrepreneur in the long term. - It will permit me to have a vision of the reality of business.
[...] J David John; 1983 GEM reports Retailing and services, information and the small firm , report of a study of information use and needs in small retail and service firms in the UK;by/edited by Capital Planning Information Ltd; British Library R & D report The Entrepreneur magazine , small business answer book :solutions to the 101 most common small business problems by/edited by Schell , Jim; Entrepreneur magazine small business series The Independent (London, England), Dec p2 ROGER TRAPP looks at initiatives that will benefit small businesses. (Business) Roger Full Text: COPYRIGHT 2002 Independent Newspapers Ltd. Understanding the Small Business Sector; By Storey; International Thomson Business Press International Small Business Journal, Jan-March 1995 v13 n2 p87(2) Small Firm. (book reviews) Frances Chittenden. Hughes, A., and Storey, D., (Eds.), Routledge, London and New York pp324, International Small Business Journal, April-June 1996 v14 n3 p118(2) Surviving and Prospering in the Small Firm Sector. (book reviews) Robert Watson. [...]
[...] We can sum up the different source of finance in a figure: We can see that there is two ways in order to classify the sources of finance: - The internal and the external sources. Internal sources of finance include the personal equity of the entrepreneur, usually in the form of savings, remortgages, or perhaps money raised from family and friends. External finance can be drawn from a number of sources. The principal sources for the entrepreneur are advances from banks, equity from venture capitalists and leasing hire-purchase and factoring. [...]
[...] However, in the reality, I did not meet two enterprises in this case of figure. Concerning the country in general, I have noted a lot of interesting points concerning the entrepreneurship and the position of the countries face to this point. England and France, engine of the European and the global economy, facilitate and give themselves the power and the money in order to place the entrepreneurship and the creation of small firms. French government now offers tax incentives to encourage businesses to set up their corporate or logistical headquarters in France. [...]
[...] These not permit to answer if it is categorically easier to set up a small firm in this or this country. From an external point of view, the answer is it is easier to set up a small firm in England, but after the realization of the investigation, I have seen that we have to take some reserve concerning the answer. Indeed, fallowing the enterprise sector of activity, the convenient environment for the development, and the development aim of the firm, it agrees to be more targeted at the level of the study. [...]
[...] People start trading and know that all profits will be returned to you when you leave the scheme after 6 or 9 months. - Rural Rate Relief scheme This scheme aims to assist small businesses in the qualifying areas with the payment of their business rates Huddersfield pride Ltd - Huddersfield Pride Loan Fund This scheme is targeted at businesses already in, or relocating to the Huddersfield pride area who employ less than 50 employees and are seeking direct support for job creation. [...]
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