Creation of a step-by-step process in the pre-startup of a micro business
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Keywordscatering industry; micro businesses; micro firms; micro enterprises; grey relational analysis; GRA; interpretive structure modelling; ISM; critical success factors; CSFs; pre-startup stage; catering franchises; business startups; new ventures.;
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