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SMB300-Chapter 1

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  • The correct answer is A - Incubator. See next slide.
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    • 1. Small Business Its Opportunities and Rewards Chapter 01McGraw-Hill/Irwin Copyright © 2011 by the McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
    • 2. Learning ObjectivesLO1 Understand the scope of small business in the U.S.LO2 Learn the differences between small business and high-growth venturesLO3 Discover the rewards entrepreneurs can achieve through their businessesLO4 Be able to dispel key myths about small businessesLO5 Identify actions key to becoming a small business ownerLO6 Understand how small businesses are important to our economy and your community 1-2
    • 3. Starting an Entrepreneurial Small Business Small Business – involves 1-50 people and has its owner managing the business on a day-to-day basis Entrepreneur – a person who owns or starts an organization, such as a business 1-3
    • 4. Starting an Entrepreneurial Small Business First hurdle is inaction Second hurdle is taking the right actions – What you need to do and how to do it 1-4
    • 5. Starting an Entrepreneurial Small Business Small Business Administration – a part of U.S. government which provides support and advocacy for small business 1-5
    • 6. Starting an Entrepreneurial Small Business Small Business Development Center – offices co-sponsored by states and the federal government that offer free or low- cost help to existing or potential small business 1-6
    • 7. QuestionWhat is the facility which offers subsidized space and business advice to companies in their earliest stages of operation?A.IncubatorB. Small Business Development CenterC.SBAD.Red Hat 1-7
    • 8. Starting an Entrepreneurial Small Business Incubators – a facility which offers subsidized space and business advice to companies in their earliest stages of operation 1-8
    • 9. Defining a Small Business SBA defines a small business as one with fewer than 500 employees SMEs – Small enterprise – 1-50 people – Medium enterprise – 51-500 people 1-9
    • 10. Small Business Owners and Entrepreneurs Entrepreneur – anyone who owns a business – Self-employed, founder, heir, franchise Owner-manager – individual who owns and runs a business 1-10
    • 11. Differences between Small Businesses and High-Growth Ventures 1-11
    • 12. Dynamic Capitalism Topology Figure 1.1 1-12
    • 13. Small Businesses vs. High- Growth Ventures Innovativeness – refers to how important a role new ideas, products, services, processes, or markets play in an organization Potential for growth – refers to the potential market size 1-13
    • 14. Rewards for Starting a Small Business Growth rewards – what people get from facing and beating challenges Income rewards – money made by owning one’s own business Flexibility rewards – ability of business owners to structure life in the way that suits their needs 1-14
    • 15. Rewards New Entrepreneurs Seek Through Small BusinessFigure 1.2 1-15
    • 16. Myths about Small Businesses Not enough financing You can’t start a business during a recession To make profits, you need to make something If you fail, you can never try again Students don’t have the skills to start a business 1-16
    • 17. BRIE Model Figure 1.3 1-17
    • 18. Small Business and the Economy New Jobs Innovations New opportunities 1-18
    • 19. Small Business and the Economy Small business is the engine of job creation, generating 75% of the 3.4 million new jobs Small businesses employ more than half of all Americans 1-19
    • 20. Small Business and the Economy Creative Destruction – the way that newly created goods, services, or firms can hurt existing competitors 1-20
    • 21. Global Entrepreneurship Factor driven economies – Entrepreneurship is essential to helping build personal wealth and breaking the cycle of low-wage jobs – Entrepreneurship levels are high 1-21
    • 22. Global Entrepreneurship Efficiency-driven economies – entrepreneurship becomes a key way to build a middle class – Entrepreneurship levels are in the middle range 1-22
    • 23. Global Entrepreneurship Innovation-driven economies – focused on high-value-added manufacturing, but marked by very large service sector – Entrepreneurship levels are lowest 1-23
    • 24. Global Entrepreneurship Virtual Instant Global Entrepreneurship (VIGE) – entrepreneurial approach using ecommerce to handle global trade – Depends on using websites like eBay or eLance to quickly establish a global presence 1-24
    • 25. Early Stage Entrepreneurial Activity for 43 Nations Figure 1.4 1-25
    • 26. Beyond Small Business Creation  Customer-focus – focus which looks – focus which refers at the making of to being in tune new entities with one’s market 1-26
    • 27. Beyond Small Business Efficiency  Innovation – focus which refers – focus which looks to doing the most at a new thing or work with the a new way of fewest resources doing things 1-27
    • 28. Beyond Small Business Independent entrepreneurship – form of entrepreneurship in which a person or group own their own for-profit business Public entrepreneurship – form of entrepreneurship that involves revitalizing government agencies 1-28
    • 29. Beyond Small Business Corporate entrepreneurship – form of entrepreneurship which takes place in existing businesses around new products, services or markets 1-29
    • 30. Beyond Small Business Social entrepreneurship – form of entrepreneurship involving the creation of self-sustaining charitable and civic organizations, or for-profit organizations which invest significant profits in charitable activities 1-30
    • 31. QuestionWhat is the degree of attention to which your target market pays to your idea or organization?A.Mind-boxB. Viral shareC.MindshareD.Brain share 1-31
    • 32. Beyond Small Business Mindshare – degree of attention to which your target market pays to your idea or organization 1-32