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    • Welcome
      • Sagar Agrawal
      • Rajwin Patel
      • Aaditya Ganjewar
      • Pratik Gandhi
      • Small Businesses are owned by Dynamic Entrepreneurs
      • Many Jobs are created by small firms
      • Due to innovation they provide Choice and Variety.
      • Ease of switching Production line.
      What is Small Business Management?
    • Benefits to the society
      • Production of Goods and Services which people wish to buy
      • Create Jobs and Income Opportunities
      • Tax payers made by Business for Government help.
    • Our Leader!
    • Mark Zuckerberg
      • Hometown: Dobbs Ferry, New York
      • College: Harvard
      • Edward and Karen Zuckerburg are his parents.
      • He started programming when he was in middle school. Early on, Zuckerburg enjoyed developing computer programs, especially communication tools and games.
    • Leadership
      Qualities
      • Understanding
      • Initiative
      • Dependable
      • Objectivity
      • Confident
      • Stability
      • Cooperation
      • Communication
      • Intelligent!
    • Guts of Glory
      • Programming
      • Phillips Exeter Academy
      • Built a game called Risk
      • Music Player names Synapse using Artificial Intelligence
    • How Facebook got started
      • In February 2004, Mark Zuckerburg created a social-networking website called “Thefacebook.”
      • Assistance from two classmates, Chris Hughes and Dustin Moskovitz
      • All three students were from Harvard University
      • . It became Facebook.com in August 2005 after the address was purchased for $200,000.
    • What is Facebook?
      • Facebook is an online search register which allows people to have an additional source of networking. (Social)
      • Facebook is also a great way to meet friends and keep up with what old friends are currently doing.
    • Stuff on Facebook
      • Free Access Social-Networking web-site
      • Users can join networks organized by city, workplace, school, and region to connect and interact with other people.
      • Add friends and send them messages, and update their personal profiles to notify friends about themselves
    • Welcome to the New World!
    • Who Uses Facebook?
      • In order to Sign in to Facebook, you need a working e-mail address.
      • Everyone across the globe can use Facebook.
      • The minimum age for Facebook is 13.
      • Friends, Loved Ones, Bosses, Co-workers, have Facebook.
    • Pros of Facebook
      • Unlike other search engines, Facebook does not have pop-ups which can cause your computer to slow down.
      • You can BLOCK whoever you like.
      • Pictures and Videos are easy to upload.
      • You can join groups and view events going on in your current location.
      • The perfect ICE BREAKER for new college students across the globe.
    • Cons of Facebook
      • Your information is on the internet. (e-mail, name, address, etc.)
      • Once you put information on Facebook, the property belongs to Facebook. Although it is your picture Facebook owns rights to that picture.
      • Facebook is newer and does not have as much technology as some of the other competitors.
      • If you have pictures that are not G rated, companies can see this and it can permit you from getting the job you want.
    • Privacy
      • You have control over your personal information.
      • You have access to what others want to make available.
      • Age groups are assessed. For example if your child is 13 they will not be in the same search results as an 18 year old college student.
      • Block whoever you like.
      • You can report situations to Facebook.com if it is a situation you can not control. For example if someone is uploading your pictures in their file and you do not approve.
    • Today, It is 350 Million and
      Is Still Counting….