Truly, who makes enterprise development so complicated? How is your enterprise "classified?" It really does make a difference, but to whom? There are alternatives for Micro and Small Enterprise enablement - but eye protection must be worn!
Google "small enterprise," and the top web definitions default small enterprise to the words "small business." What? One wonders if small enterprise is truly understood anymore.
Wiki defines "small enterprise!" Wiki substitutes "business" for "enterprise" and perpetuates one of the most common misconceptions of small enterprise. Wiki, defines - "A small business is a business that is privately owned and operated, with a small number of employees and relatively low volume of sales."
Complicating, mis-classifying Small Enterprise is the greatest challenge when distinguishing one enterprise from another. Little wonder then that micro and small enterprise globally can be as different as shorts and pants - and who gets the "shorts?"
By these definitions, a $250,000,000, privately owned and operated business with few employees and relatively low volume qualifies as a "small enterprise." Really?
Mis-classifying in Macro Capital market terms means something entirely different from what most Micro Capital markets know small enterprise to be. This "difference" perpetuates the greater divide between "big" and "small."
With little surprise, inaccurate definition of small enterprise diminishes development of the micro-to-micro, and from micro-to-macro, which are essential developmental paths for small enterprise market success.
According to Macro Capital markets, Central Banks and many Government entities, the pathway from small business to larger business comes in the form of small enterprise economic programs.
Small Enterprise, take off the eye protection because here it comes! "A small enterprise is a business idea in its infancy, privately owned, in need of collaborative relationships to ensure sustainability of its enterprise and fostering new enterprises."
- Enter the Paradigms enabling micro-to-micro, micro-to-macro sustainable development - eye protection no longer required!
- Develop within the Collaborative nature of enterprise enablement - changing small enterprise for the better!
- Join in the Alternatives of Micro Capital Enablement - reconfiguring the cost of capital!
- Seek out where micro and small enterprise is clearly defined and where enterprise develops from and with enterprise - encouraged, enabled, empowered.
- Step in to the Portal of Enterprise Enablement and enter the continuous-enterprise-development-zones (CEDZs) - Minimize the challenges, empower, encourage and enable with like-minded, responsible enterprise - "Small Enterprise! Eye protection no longer required!"
Each under-served, small enterprise zone may fall short of capital access, research access, locality, organization, structure, jurisdiction and/or collaborative financial planning. Forming cooperatives or collaboratives, Paradigms are reconfiguring the ability and capability of micro and small enterprise to compete, add value to their developing region and to create sustainable and profitable collaborative enterprises with the power of Collaborations.
Small Enterprise and Micro Enterprise are asking, "How do I grow and where should I look for opportunities offered by Paradigm shifters?" Plug into where growing micro and small enterprise are converging - Enter the Paradigm - Micro Enterprise Begins Here!
Find out how you can grow and plug into the Paradigms for micro and small enterprise. There are multi-sector happenings: Agri Sector, Transportation, Trade, Energy, Hydro and more!
Conceptualize the possibilities with the teams of global micro-collaboratives. Ask for help and grow!
Now, more than ever, small enterprise ideas, enterprise empowerment and responsible collaborative ventures are reconfiguring the cost of capital, enhancing access to working capital, and changing the global economic landscape for small enterprise.
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