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    • BY: Shankaraiah N-PAK 9120 Savithramma-PAK 9119 Suchith Kumar K M-PAK9121 Yashodhara-PAK 9122 RISK TAKING Risk is any uncertainty about a future event that threatens your enterprise or entrepreneur’s ability to accomplish its mission. Viable threats endanger your enterprise's core assets and thereby limit your ability to provide critical service. Although your "found balance "may be minimal, and equipment may be second generation, your agency has vital assets at risk. Some of the most significant risks which entrepreneurs face are highly subjective. These include; • Credit risk • Operation risk • Fraud risk • Market risk, especially in efficient markets The following are some of the wide range of uncertainties, which threaten a business /enterprise . Natural perils; Damage by fire, windstorm, flood etc is probably some of the immediate apparent threats to the business of a group. This may lead to scarcity, increased prices for ..Surviving stocks and for those produced when operations are resumed, and therefore to an increase in earnings. Loss of personnel; death or injury to employees, compensations,accidents,time that has to be spent for assessing this losses, reports, proceedings, loss of production due to it, cost of recruiting some one else for that post etc. Labour risk; availability of suitable labour may be fundamental to its success.valnarabaly to the effects of staff dissatisfaction may also be crucial and if measures are introduced which might increase unrest. Liability risk; every business faces the possibility that a signal event could involve it in crippling liability to third parties. Technical risk; the introduction of new process carries risks, which could have either positive or negative results. Marketing risk; the launch of new product involves risk of rejection. There is always a possibility that a change in needs, attitude, tastes or fashion may render it obsolete. Political and social risk; introduction or abolition of grant or local incentives may have either a favorable or an adverse effect on business. such changes may reflect a development in general public opinion or be the result of campaign by a sectional pressure group, which may be able to influence the way the group business is carried on even in advance of legislation Environmental risk; the constraints upon permissible contamination of air, water, and land are becoming severe all the time, and legal penalties con be costly for a group.