Identifications and Exploitation of a Business Opportunity: Case of Women Entrepreneurship in India
AbstractThis case study showcases the initiative and hard work of a women entrepreneur from India, who had a passion to guide and counsel the young graduates towards their professional education. This case study discusses in detail the education acquired by the entrepreneur, her vision, initiative, development and operation of her venture, major impediments that came her way, measures adopted by her to overcome them and her plans for future expansion and growth. It also showcases how the women entrepreneur was successful in creating several new jobs in the society, besides assisting the youth to take up their desired career path.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Institute of Economic Sciences in its journal Journal of Women's Entrepreneurship and Education.
Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 1-2 ()
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Entrepreneurial alertness; entrepreneurial traits; opportunity recognition; franchisee model;
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