Unit 2 @Types of growth strategies--1)intensive growth(expansion) 2)diversification 3)modernization 4)external growth strategy-mergers and acquisition

, joint venture @franchising—1)product franchising 2)manufacturing franchising 3)business format franchising @types of entrepreneurship 1)types of business 2)use of professional skill 3)motivation 4)stages of development 1)entrepreneurs according to the type of business- a)business entrepreneurs b)trading c)industrial d)corporate e)agriculture 2)entrepreneurs in technology-a)technical b)non technical c)professional 3)entrepreneurs by motivation-a)pure b)induced c)motivated d)spontaneous 4)entrepreneurs by growth-a)growth b)super growth 5)entrepreneur by stages of development-a)first generation b)modern c)classical 6)others- innovating entrepreneurs @career planning process-a)identifying individual needs and aspiration b)analyzing career opportunities c)aligning needs and opportunities d)action plans and periodic review Unit 3 business idea @entrepreneurial competencies identified by the EDI-a)initiative b)sees and acts on opportunities c)knowing d)concern for high quality of work d)commitment to work contract e)effective orientation f)systematic planning g)problem solving h)self confidence i)assertiveness j)persuasion K)use of influence strategies l)monitoring m)concern for employee welfare @Basic rule for brainstorming-a)all idea n suggestions are welcome b)no critical judgement is require c)quantity, not quality is important d)combination and improvement of ideas is sought @the four strategic points are-1)skills the women have 2)available resources 3)product or service which are not available in the community 4)institutional demand @evolution f business ideas Unit 4 business plan @the ED cycle-1)develop skills that may contribute to entrepreneurial behavior 2)examine opportunities to fulfill needs or wants, and solve the problem 3)generate ideas to satisfy the opportunities 4)assess the opportunities and

ideas 5)use all available sources and resources to evaluate opportunities and ideas 6)plan and prepare the venture thoroughly @content of business plan1)introductory page-a)name and addr of business b)name and addr of principals c)nature of business d)statement of confidentiality of report 2)executive summery-a)three to four pages summarizing the complete business plan 3)industry analysis-a)future outlook and trends b)analysis of competitors c)market segmentation d)industry forecasts 4)description of venture-a)product b)service c)size of business d)office equipment and personal e)background of entrepreneurs 5)production plan-a)manufacturing process b)physical plant c)machinery and equipment d)name of suppliers of raw material 6)marketing plan-a)pricing b)distribution c)promotion d)product forecasting e)controls 7)organizational plan-a)form of ownership b)identifying of partners or principal shareholders c)authority of principal d)management team background e)roles and responsibilities of members of organization 8)assessment of risk-a)evaluate weakness of business b)new technologies c)contingency plan 9)financial plan-a)proforma income statement b)cash flow projection c)proforma balance sheet d)break even analyzing e)sources and application of funds 10)appendix(content backup material)-a)letter b)market research data c)leases or contractor d)price list from suppliers @financial considerations-1)management of fixed capital 2)working capital @factors affecting the requirement of fixed capital-1)nature of business 2)scale of operation 3)choice of technology 4)technology up gradation 5)growth prospects 6)diversification 7)financing alternatives 8)level of collaboration @ factors affecting the requirement of working capital-1)cash in hand/cash in bank 2)marketable securities 3)bills receivable 4)debtors 5)finished goods inventory 6)work in progress 7)raw material 8)prepaid expenses @how dose cash flow management work-1)making financial projection 2)contingency plan 3)cap on spending 4)limit inventory 5)rising invoices unit 6 location and layout decision

@location analysis-1)demographic 2)trade area 3)competitive 4)traffic 5)site economic @factors affecting location-1)primary factor 2)secondary factor @primary factor-1)favorable labor climate 2)proximity to markets 3)quality of life 4)proximity to suppliers and resources 5)proximity to parent company facilities 6)utilities, axes, and real estate costs @secondary factors-1)proximity to customers 2)transportation costs and proximity to markets 3)location of competitors 4)site specific factors @recent trends in the location of industries-1)priority for the sub urban areas 2)industrial development in the notifies back word areas 3)establishment of industrial estate 4)D centralization of industries 5)increased role of government in the deciding locations of industries 6)competition between government and institutions @factors influencing layout-1)factory building 2)nature of product 3)production process 4)type of machinery 5)repairs and maintenance 6)human needs 7)plant environment @types of layout-1)manufacturing units 2)traders 3)service establishments @manufacturing units-1)product or line layout 2)process or functional layout 3)fixed position or location layout 4)combined or grouped layout @traders-1)self service or modified self service layout 2)full service layouts 3)special layouts Unit 2 @Types of growth strategies--1)intensive growth(expansion) 2)diversification 3)modernization 4)external growth strategy-mergers and acquisition, joint venture @franchising—1)product franchising 2)manufacturing franchising 3)business format franchising @types of entrepreneurship 1)types of business 2)use of professional skill 3)motivation 4)stages of development 1)entrepreneurs according to the type of business- a)business entrepreneurs b)trading c)industrial d)corporate e)agriculture 2)entrepreneurs in technology-a)technical b)non technical c)professional 3)entrepreneurs by motivation-a)pure b)induced c)motivated d)spontaneous 4)entrepreneurs by growth-a)growth b)super growth

5)entrepreneur by stages of development-a)first generation b)modern c)classical 6)others- innovating entrepreneurs @career planning process-a)identifying individual needs and aspiration b)analyzing career opportunities c)aligning needs and opportunities d)action plans and periodic review Unit 3 business idea @entrepreneurial competencies identified by the EDI-a)initiative b)sees and acts on opportunities c)knowing d)concern for high quality of work d)commitment to work contract e)effective orientation f)systematic planning g)problem solving h)self confidence i)assertiveness j)persuasion K)use of influence strategies l)monitoring m)concern for employee welfare @Basic rule for brainstorming-a)all idea n suggestions are welcome b)no critical judgement is require c)quantity, not quality is important d)combination and improvement of ideas is sought @the four strategic points are-1)skills the women have 2)available resources 3)product or service which are not available in the community 4)institutional demand @evolution f business ideas Unit 4 business plan @the ED cycle-1)develop skills that may contribute to entrepreneurial behavior 2)examine opportunities to fulfill needs or wants, and solve the problem 3)generate ideas to satisfy the opportunities 4)assess the opportunities and ideas 5)use all available sources and resources to evaluate opportunities and ideas 6)plan and prepare the venture thoroughly @content of business plan1)introductory page-a)name and addr of business b)name and addr of principals c)nature of business d)statement of confidentiality of report 2)executive summery-a)three to four pages summarizing the complete business plan 3)industry analysis-a)future outlook and trends b)analysis of competitors c)market segmentation d)industry forecasts 4)description of venture-a)product b)service c)size of business d)office equipment and personal e)background of entrepreneurs

5)production plan-a)manufacturing process b)physical plant c)machinery and equipment d)name of suppliers of raw material 6)marketing plan-a)pricing b)distribution c)promotion d)product forecasting e)controls 7)organizational plan-a)form of ownership b)identifying of partners or principal shareholders c)authority of principal d)management team background e)roles and responsibilities of members of organization 8)assessment of risk-a)evaluate weakness of business b)new technologies c)contingency plan 9)financial plan-a)proforma income statement b)cash flow projection c)proforma balance sheet d)break even analyzing e)sources and application of funds 10)appendix(content backup material)-a)letter b)market research data c)leases or contractor d)price list from suppliers @financial considerations-1)management of fixed capital 2)working capital @factors affecting the requirement of fixed capital-1)nature of business 2)scale of operation 3)choice of technology 4)technology up gradation 5)growth prospects 6)diversification 7)financing alternatives 8)level of collaboration @ factors affecting the requirement of working capital-1)cash in hand/cash in bank 2)marketable securities 3)bills receivable 4)debtors 5)finished goods inventory 6)work in progress 7)raw material 8)prepaid expenses @how dose cash flow management work-1)making financial projection 2)contingency plan 3)cap on spending 4)limit inventory 5)rising invoices unit 6 location and layout decision @location analysis-1)demographic 2)trade area 3)competitive 4)traffic 5)site economic @factors affecting location-1)primary factor 2)secondary factor @primary factor-1)favorable labor climate 2)proximity to markets 3)quality of life 4)proximity to suppliers and resources 5)proximity to parent company facilities 6)utilities, axes, and real estate costs @secondary factors-1)proximity to customers 2)transportation costs and proximity to markets 3)location of competitors 4)site specific factors @recent trends in the location of industries-1)priority for the sub urban areas 2)industrial development in the notifies back word areas 3)establishment of industrial estate 4)D centralization of industries 5)increased role of government

in the deciding locations of industries 6)competition between government and institutions @factors influencing layout-1)factory building 2)nature of product 3)production process 4)type of machinery 5)repairs and maintenance 6)human needs 7)plant environment @types of layout-1)manufacturing units 2)traders 3)service establishments @manufacturing units-1)product or line layout 2)process or functional layout 3)fixed position or location layout 4)combined or grouped layout @traders-1)self service or modified self service layout 2)full service layouts 3)special layouts Unit 2 @Types of growth strategies--1)intensive growth(expansion) 2)diversification 3)modernization 4)external growth strategy-mergers and acquisition, joint venture @franchising—1)product franchising 2)manufacturing franchising 3)business format franchising @types of entrepreneurship 1)types of business 2)use of professional skill 3)motivation 4)stages of development 1)entrepreneurs according to the type of business- a)business entrepreneurs b)trading c)industrial d)corporate e)agriculture 2)entrepreneurs in technology-a)technical b)non technical c)professional 3)entrepreneurs by motivation-a)pure b)induced c)motivated d)spontaneous 4)entrepreneurs by growth-a)growth b)super growth 5)entrepreneur by stages of development-a)first generation b)modern c)classical 6)others- innovating entrepreneurs @career planning process-a)identifying individual needs and aspiration b)analyzing career opportunities c)aligning needs and opportunities d)action plans and periodic review Unit 3 business idea @entrepreneurial competencies identified by the EDI-a)initiative b)sees and acts on opportunities c)knowing d)concern for high quality of work d)commitment to work contract e)effective orientation f)systematic planning g)problem solving

h)self confidence i)assertiveness j)persuasion K)use of influence strategies l)monitoring m)concern for employee welfare @Basic rule for brainstorming-a)all idea n suggestions are welcome b)no critical judgement is require c)quantity, not quality is important d)combination and improvement of ideas is sought @the four strategic points are-1)skills the women have 2)available resources 3)product or service which are not available in the community 4)institutional demand @evolution f business ideas Unit 4 business plan @the ED cycle-1)develop skills that may contribute to entrepreneurial behavior 2)examine opportunities to fulfill needs or wants, and solve the problem 3)generate ideas to satisfy the opportunities 4)assess the opportunities and ideas 5)use all available sources and resources to evaluate opportunities and ideas 6)plan and prepare the venture thoroughly @content of business plan1)introductory page-a)name and addr of business b)name and addr of principals c)nature of business d)statement of confidentiality of report 2)executive summery-a)three to four pages summarizing the complete business plan 3)industry analysis-a)future outlook and trends b)analysis of competitors c)market segmentation d)industry forecasts 4)description of venture-a)product b)service c)size of business d)office equipment and personal e)background of entrepreneurs 5)production plan-a)manufacturing process b)physical plant c)machinery and equipment d)name of suppliers of raw material 6)marketing plan-a)pricing b)distribution c)promotion d)product forecasting e)controls 7)organizational plan-a)form of ownership b)identifying of partners or principal shareholders c)authority of principal d)management team background e)roles and responsibilities of members of organization 8)assessment of risk-a)evaluate weakness of business b)new technologies c)contingency plan 9)financial plan-a)proforma income statement b)cash flow projection c)proforma balance sheet d)break even analyzing e)sources and application of funds

10)appendix(content backup material)-a)letter b)market research data c)leases or contractor d)price list from suppliers @financial considerations-1)management of fixed capital 2)working capital @factors affecting the requirement of fixed capital-1)nature of business 2)scale of operation 3)choice of technology 4)technology up gradation 5)growth prospects 6)diversification 7)financing alternatives 8)level of collaboration @ factors affecting the requirement of working capital-1)cash in hand/cash in bank 2)marketable securities 3)bills receivable 4)debtors 5)finished goods inventory 6)work in progress 7)raw material 8)prepaid expenses @how dose cash flow management work-1)making financial projection 2)contingency plan 3)cap on spending 4)limit inventory 5)rising invoices unit 6 location and layout decision @location analysis-1)demographic 2)trade area 3)competitive 4)traffic 5)site economic @factors affecting location-1)primary factor 2)secondary factor @primary factor-1)favorable labor climate 2)proximity to markets 3)quality of life 4)proximity to suppliers and resources 5)proximity to parent company facilities 6)utilities, axes, and real estate costs @secondary factors-1)proximity to customers 2)transportation costs and proximity to markets 3)location of competitors 4)site specific factors @recent trends in the location of industries-1)priority for the sub urban areas 2)industrial development in the notifies back word areas 3)establishment of industrial estate 4)D centralization of industries 5)increased role of government in the deciding locations of industries 6)competition between government and institutions @factors influencing layout-1)factory building 2)nature of product 3)production process 4)type of machinery 5)repairs and maintenance 6)human needs 7)plant environment @types of layout-1)manufacturing units 2)traders 3)service establishments @manufacturing units-1)product or line layout 2)process or functional layout 3)fixed position or location layout 4)combined or grouped layout @traders-1)self service or modified self service layout 2)full service layouts 3)special layouts

Unit 2 @Types of growth strategies--1)intensive growth(expansion) 2)diversification 3)modernization 4)external growth strategy-mergers and acquisition, joint venture @franchising—1)product franchising 2)manufacturing franchising 3)business format franchising @types of entrepreneurship 1)types of business 2)use of professional skill 3)motivation 4)stages of development 1)entrepreneurs according to the type of business- a)business entrepreneurs b)trading c)industrial d)corporate e)agriculture 2)entrepreneurs in technology-a)technical b)non technical c)professional 3)entrepreneurs by motivation-a)pure b)induced c)motivated d)spontaneous 4)entrepreneurs by growth-a)growth b)super growth 5)entrepreneur by stages of development-a)first generation b)modern c)classical 6)others- innovating entrepreneurs @career planning process-a)identifying individual needs and aspiration b)analyzing career opportunities c)aligning needs and opportunities d)action plans and periodic review Unit 3 business idea @entrepreneurial competencies identified by the EDI-a)initiative b)sees and acts on opportunities c)knowing d)concern for high quality of work d)commitment to work contract e)effective orientation f)systematic planning g)problem solving h)self confidence i)assertiveness j)persuasion K)use of influence strategies l)monitoring m)concern for employee welfare @Basic rule for brainstorming-a)all idea n suggestions are welcome b)no critical judgement is require c)quantity, not quality is important d)combination and improvement of ideas is sought @the four strategic points are-1)skills the women have 2)available resources 3)product or service which are not available in the community 4)institutional demand @evolution f business ideas Unit 4 business plan @the ED cycle-1)develop skills that may contribute to entrepreneurial behavior 2)examine opportunities to fulfill needs or wants, and solve the problem 3)generate ideas to satisfy the opportunities 4)assess the opportunities and

ideas 5)use all available sources and resources to evaluate opportunities and ideas 6)plan and prepare the venture thoroughly @content of business plan1)introductory page-a)name and addr of business b)name and addr of principals c)nature of business d)statement of confidentiality of report 2)executive summery-a)three to four pages summarizing the complete business plan 3)industry analysis-a)future outlook and trends b)analysis of competitors c)market segmentation d)industry forecasts 4)description of venture-a)product b)service c)size of business d)office equipment and personal e)background of entrepreneurs 5)production plan-a)manufacturing process b)physical plant c)machinery and equipment d)name of suppliers of raw material 6)marketing plan-a)pricing b)distribution c)promotion d)product forecasting e)controls 7)organizational plan-a)form of ownership b)identifying of partners or principal shareholders c)authority of principal d)management team background e)roles and responsibilities of members of organization 8)assessment of risk-a)evaluate weakness of business b)new technologies c)contingency plan 9)financial plan-a)proforma income statement b)cash flow projection c)proforma balance sheet d)break even analyzing e)sources and application of funds 10)appendix(content backup material)-a)letter b)market research data c)leases or contractor d)price list from suppliers @financial considerations-1)management of fixed capital 2)working capital @factors affecting the requirement of fixed capital-1)nature of business 2)scale of operation 3)choice of technology 4)technology up gradation 5)growth prospects 6)diversification 7)financing alternatives 8)level of collaboration @ factors affecting the requirement of working capital-1)cash in hand/cash in bank 2)marketable securities 3)bills receivable 4)debtors 5)finished goods inventory 6)work in progress 7)raw material 8)prepaid expenses @how dose cash flow management work-1)making financial projection 2)contingency plan 3)cap on spending 4)limit inventory 5)rising invoices unit 6 location and layout decision

@location analysis-1)demographic 2)trade area 3)competitive 4)traffic 5)site economic @factors affecting location-1)primary factor 2)secondary factor @primary factor-1)favorable labor climate 2)proximity to markets 3)quality of life 4)proximity to suppliers and resources 5)proximity to parent company facilities 6)utilities, axes, and real estate costs @secondary factors-1)proximity to customers 2)transportation costs and proximity to markets 3)location of competitors 4)site specific factors @recent trends in the location of industries-1)priority for the sub urban areas 2)industrial development in the notifies back word areas 3)establishment of industrial estate 4)D centralization of industries 5)increased role of government in the deciding locations of industries 6)competition between government and institutions @factors influencing layout-1)factory building 2)nature of product 3)production process 4)type of machinery 5)repairs and maintenance 6)human needs 7)plant environment @types of layout-1)manufacturing units 2)traders 3)service establishments @manufacturing units-1)product or line layout 2)process or functional layout 3)fixed position or location layout 4)combined or grouped layout @traders-1)self service or modified self service layout 2)full service layouts 3)special layouts Unit 2 @Types of growth strategies--1)intensive growth(expansion) 2)diversification 3)modernization 4)external growth strategy-mergers and acquisition, joint venture @franchising—1)product franchising 2)manufacturing franchising 3)business format franchising @types of entrepreneurship 1)types of business 2)use of professional skill 3)motivation 4)stages of development 1)entrepreneurs according to the type of business- a)business entrepreneurs b)trading c)industrial d)corporate e)agriculture 2)entrepreneurs in technology-a)technical b)non technical c)professional 3)entrepreneurs by motivation-a)pure b)induced c)motivated d)spontaneous 4)entrepreneurs by growth-a)growth b)super growth

5)entrepreneur by stages of development-a)first generation b)modern c)classical 6)others- innovating entrepreneurs @career planning process-a)identifying individual needs and aspiration b)analyzing career opportunities c)aligning needs and opportunities d)action plans and periodic review Unit 3 business idea @entrepreneurial competencies identified by the EDI-a)initiative b)sees and acts on opportunities c)knowing d)concern for high quality of work d)commitment to work contract e)effective orientation f)systematic planning g)problem solving h)self confidence i)assertiveness j)persuasion K)use of influence strategies l)monitoring m)concern for employee welfare @Basic rule for brainstorming-a)all idea n suggestions are welcome b)no critical judgement is require c)quantity, not quality is important d)combination and improvement of ideas is sought @the four strategic points are-1)skills the women have 2)available resources 3)product or service which are not available in the community 4)institutional demand @evolution f business ideas Unit 4 business plan @the ED cycle-1)develop skills that may contribute to entrepreneurial behavior 2)examine opportunities to fulfill needs or wants, and solve the problem 3)generate ideas to satisfy the opportunities 4)assess the opportunities and ideas 5)use all available sources and resources to evaluate opportunities and ideas 6)plan and prepare the venture thoroughly @content of business plan1)introductory page-a)name and addr of business b)name and addr of principals c)nature of business d)statement of confidentiality of report 2)executive summery-a)three to four pages summarizing the complete business plan 3)industry analysis-a)future outlook and trends b)analysis of competitors c)market segmentation d)industry forecasts 4)description of venture-a)product b)service c)size of business d)office equipment and personal e)background of entrepreneurs

5)production plan-a)manufacturing process b)physical plant c)machinery and equipment d)name of suppliers of raw material 6)marketing plan-a)pricing b)distribution c)promotion d)product forecasting e)controls 7)organizational plan-a)form of ownership b)identifying of partners or principal shareholders c)authority of principal d)management team background e)roles and responsibilities of members of organization 8)assessment of risk-a)evaluate weakness of business b)new technologies c)contingency plan 9)financial plan-a)proforma income statement b)cash flow projection c)proforma balance sheet d)break even analyzing e)sources and application of funds 10)appendix(content backup material)-a)letter b)market research data c)leases or contractor d)price list from suppliers @financial considerations-1)management of fixed capital 2)working capital @factors affecting the requirement of fixed capital-1)nature of business 2)scale of operation 3)choice of technology 4)technology up gradation 5)growth prospects 6)diversification 7)financing alternatives 8)level of collaboration @ factors affecting the requirement of working capital-1)cash in hand/cash in bank 2)marketable securities 3)bills receivable 4)debtors 5)finished goods inventory 6)work in progress 7)raw material 8)prepaid expenses @how dose cash flow management work-1)making financial projection 2)contingency plan 3)cap on spending 4)limit inventory 5)rising invoices unit 6 location and layout decision @location analysis-1)demographic 2)trade area 3)competitive 4)traffic 5)site economic @factors affecting location-1)primary factor 2)secondary factor @primary factor-1)favorable labor climate 2)proximity to markets 3)quality of life 4)proximity to suppliers and resources 5)proximity to parent company facilities 6)utilities, axes, and real estate costs @secondary factors-1)proximity to customers 2)transportation costs and proximity to markets 3)location of competitors 4)site specific factors @recent trends in the location of industries-1)priority for the sub urban areas 2)industrial development in the notifies back word areas 3)establishment of industrial estate 4)D centralization of industries 5)increased role of government

in the deciding locations of industries 6)competition between government and institutions @factors influencing layout-1)factory building 2)nature of product 3)production process 4)type of machinery 5)repairs and maintenance 6)human needs 7)plant environment @types of layout-1)manufacturing units 2)traders 3)service establishments @manufacturing units-1)product or line layout 2)process or functional layout 3)fixed position or location layout 4)combined or grouped layout @traders-1)self service or modified self service layout 2)full service layouts 3)special layouts Unit 2 @Types of growth strategies--1)intensive growth(expansion) 2)diversification 3)modernization 4)external growth strategy-mergers and acquisition, joint venture @franchising—1)product franchising 2)manufacturing franchising 3)business format franchising @types of entrepreneurship 1)types of business 2)use of professional skill 3)motivation 4)stages of development 1)entrepreneurs according to the type of business- a)business entrepreneurs b)trading c)industrial d)corporate e)agriculture 2)entrepreneurs in technology-a)technical b)non technical c)professional 3)entrepreneurs by motivation-a)pure b)induced c)motivated d)spontaneous 4)entrepreneurs by growth-a)growth b)super growth 5)entrepreneur by stages of development-a)first generation b)modern c)classical 6)others- innovating entrepreneurs @career planning process-a)identifying individual needs and aspiration b)analyzing career opportunities c)aligning needs and opportunities d)action plans and periodic review Unit 3 business idea @entrepreneurial competencies identified by the EDI-a)initiative b)sees and acts on opportunities c)knowing d)concern for high quality of work d)commitment to work contract e)effective orientation f)systematic planning g)problem solving

h)self confidence i)assertiveness j)persuasion K)use of influence strategies l)monitoring m)concern for employee welfare @Basic rule for brainstorming-a)all idea n suggestions are welcome b)no critical judgement is require c)quantity, not quality is important d)combination and improvement of ideas is sought @the four strategic points are-1)skills the women have 2)available resources 3)product or service which are not available in the community 4)institutional demand @evolution f business ideas Unit 4 business plan @the ED cycle-1)develop skills that may contribute to entrepreneurial behavior 2)examine opportunities to fulfill needs or wants, and solve the problem 3)generate ideas to satisfy the opportunities 4)assess the opportunities and ideas 5)use all available sources and resources to evaluate opportunities and ideas 6)plan and prepare the venture thoroughly @content of business plan1)introductory page-a)name and addr of business b)name and addr of principals c)nature of business d)statement of confidentiality of report 2)executive summery-a)three to four pages summarizing the complete business plan 3)industry analysis-a)future outlook and trends b)analysis of competitors c)market segmentation d)industry forecasts 4)description of venture-a)product b)service c)size of business d)office equipment and personal e)background of entrepreneurs 5)production plan-a)manufacturing process b)physical plant c)machinery and equipment d)name of suppliers of raw material 6)marketing plan-a)pricing b)distribution c)promotion d)product forecasting e)controls 7)organizational plan-a)form of ownership b)identifying of partners or principal shareholders c)authority of principal d)management team background e)roles and responsibilities of members of organization 8)assessment of risk-a)evaluate weakness of business b)new technologies c)contingency plan 9)financial plan-a)proforma income statement b)cash flow projection c)proforma balance sheet d)break even analyzing e)sources and application of funds

10)appendix(content backup material)-a)letter b)market research data c)leases or contractor d)price list from suppliers @financial considerations-1)management of fixed capital 2)working capital @factors affecting the requirement of fixed capital-1)nature of business 2)scale of operation 3)choice of technology 4)technology up gradation 5)growth prospects 6)diversification 7)financing alternatives 8)level of collaboration @ factors affecting the requirement of working capital-1)cash in hand/cash in bank 2)marketable securities 3)bills receivable 4)debtors 5)finished goods inventory 6)work in progress 7)raw material 8)prepaid expenses @how dose cash flow management work-1)making financial projection 2)contingency plan 3)cap on spending 4)limit inventory 5)rising invoices unit 6 location and layout decision @location analysis-1)demographic 2)trade area 3)competitive 4)traffic 5)site economic @factors affecting location-1)primary factor 2)secondary factor @primary factor-1)favorable labor climate 2)proximity to markets 3)quality of life 4)proximity to suppliers and resources 5)proximity to parent company facilities 6)utilities, axes, and real estate costs @secondary factors-1)proximity to customers 2)transportation costs and proximity to markets 3)location of competitors 4)site specific factors @recent trends in the location of industries-1)priority for the sub urban areas 2)industrial development in the notifies back word areas 3)establishment of industrial estate 4)D centralization of industries 5)increased role of government in the deciding locations of industries 6)competition between government and institutions @factors influencing layout-1)factory building 2)nature of product 3)production process 4)type of machinery 5)repairs and maintenance 6)human needs 7)plant environment @types of layout-1)manufacturing units 2)traders 3)service establishments @manufacturing units-1)product or line layout 2)process or functional layout 3)fixed position or location layout 4)combined or grouped layout @traders-1)self service or modified self service layout 2)full service layouts 3)special layouts

Unit 2 @Types of growth strategies--1)intensive growth(expansion) 2)diversification 3)modernization 4)external growth strategy-mergers and acquisition, joint venture @franchising—1)product franchising 2)manufacturing franchising 3)business format franchising @types of entrepreneurship 1)types of business 2)use of professional skill 3)motivation 4)stages of development 1)entrepreneurs according to the type of business- a)business entrepreneurs b)trading c)industrial d)corporate e)agriculture 2)entrepreneurs in technology-a)technical b)non technical c)professional 3)entrepreneurs by motivation-a)pure b)induced c)motivated d)spontaneous 4)entrepreneurs by growth-a)growth b)super growth 5)entrepreneur by stages of development-a)first generation b)modern c)classical 6)others- innovating entrepreneurs @career planning process-a)identifying individual needs and aspiration b)analyzing career opportunities c)aligning needs and opportunities d)action plans and periodic review Unit 3 business idea @entrepreneurial competencies identified by the EDI-a)initiative b)sees and acts on opportunities c)knowing d)concern for high quality of work d)commitment to work contract e)effective orientation f)systematic planning g)problem solving h)self confidence i)assertiveness j)persuasion K)use of influence strategies l)monitoring m)concern for employee welfare @Basic rule for brainstorming-a)all idea n suggestions are welcome b)no critical judgement is require c)quantity, not quality is important d)combination and improvement of ideas is sought @the four strategic points are-1)skills the women have 2)available resources 3)product or service which are not available in the community 4)institutional demand @evolution f business ideas Unit 4 business plan @the ED cycle-1)develop skills that may contribute to entrepreneurial behavior 2)examine opportunities to fulfill needs or wants, and solve the problem 3)generate ideas to satisfy the opportunities 4)assess the opportunities and

ideas 5)use all available sources and resources to evaluate opportunities and ideas 6)plan and prepare the venture thoroughly @content of business plan1)introductory page-a)name and addr of business b)name and addr of principals c)nature of business d)statement of confidentiality of report 2)executive summery-a)three to four pages summarizing the complete business plan 3)industry analysis-a)future outlook and trends b)analysis of competitors c)market segmentation d)industry forecasts 4)description of venture-a)product b)service c)size of business d)office equipment and personal e)background of entrepreneurs 5)production plan-a)manufacturing process b)physical plant c)machinery and equipment d)name of suppliers of raw material 6)marketing plan-a)pricing b)distribution c)promotion d)product forecasting e)controls 7)organizational plan-a)form of ownership b)identifying of partners or principal shareholders c)authority of principal d)management team background e)roles and responsibilities of members of organization 8)assessment of risk-a)evaluate weakness of business b)new technologies c)contingency plan 9)financial plan-a)proforma income statement b)cash flow projection c)proforma balance sheet d)break even analyzing e)sources and application of funds 10)appendix(content backup material)-a)letter b)market research data c)leases or contractor d)price list from suppliers @financial considerations-1)management of fixed capital 2)working capital @factors affecting the requirement of fixed capital-1)nature of business 2)scale of operation 3)choice of technology 4)technology up gradation 5)growth prospects 6)diversification 7)financing alternatives 8)level of collaboration @ factors affecting the requirement of working capital-1)cash in hand/cash in bank 2)marketable securities 3)bills receivable 4)debtors 5)finished goods inventory 6)work in progress 7)raw material 8)prepaid expenses @how dose cash flow management work-1)making financial projection 2)contingency plan 3)cap on spending 4)limit inventory 5)rising invoices unit 6 location and layout decision

@location analysis-1)demographic 2)trade area 3)competitive 4)traffic 5)site economic @factors affecting location-1)primary factor 2)secondary factor @primary factor-1)favorable labor climate 2)proximity to markets 3)quality of life 4)proximity to suppliers and resources 5)proximity to parent company facilities 6)utilities, axes, and real estate costs @secondary factors-1)proximity to customers 2)transportation costs and proximity to markets 3)location of competitors 4)site specific factors @recent trends in the location of industries-1)priority for the sub urban areas 2)industrial development in the notifies back word areas 3)establishment of industrial estate 4)D centralization of industries 5)increased role of government in the deciding locations of industries 6)competition between government and institutions @factors influencing layout-1)factory building 2)nature of product 3)production process 4)type of machinery 5)repairs and maintenance 6)human needs 7)plant environment @types of layout-1)manufacturing units 2)traders 3)service establishments @manufacturing units-1)product or line layout 2)process or functional layout 3)fixed position or location layout 4)combined or grouped layout @traders-1)self service or modified self service layout 2)full service layouts 3)special layouts Unit 2 @Types of growth strategies--1)intensive growth(expansion) 2)diversification 3)modernization 4)external growth strategy-mergers and acquisition, joint venture @franchising—1)product franchising 2)manufacturing franchising 3)business format franchising @types of entrepreneurship 1)types of business 2)use of professional skill 3)motivation 4)stages of development 1)entrepreneurs according to the type of business- a)business entrepreneurs b)trading c)industrial d)corporate e)agriculture 2)entrepreneurs in technology-a)technical b)non technical c)professional 3)entrepreneurs by motivation-a)pure b)induced c)motivated d)spontaneous 4)entrepreneurs by growth-a)growth b)super growth

5)entrepreneur by stages of development-a)first generation b)modern c)classical 6)others- innovating entrepreneurs @career planning process-a)identifying individual needs and aspiration b)analyzing career opportunities c)aligning needs and opportunities d)action plans and periodic review Unit 3 business idea @entrepreneurial competencies identified by the EDI-a)initiative b)sees and acts on opportunities c)knowing d)concern for high quality of work d)commitment to work contract e)effective orientation f)systematic planning g)problem solving h)self confidence i)assertiveness j)persuasion K)use of influence strategies l)monitoring m)concern for employee welfare @Basic rule for brainstorming-a)all idea n suggestions are welcome b)no critical judgement is require c)quantity, not quality is important d)combination and improvement of ideas is sought @the four strategic points are-1)skills the women have 2)available resources 3)product or service which are not available in the community 4)institutional demand @evolution f business ideas Unit 4 business plan @the ED cycle-1)develop skills that may contribute to entrepreneurial behavior 2)examine opportunities to fulfill needs or wants, and solve the problem 3)generate ideas to satisfy the opportunities 4)assess the opportunities and ideas 5)use all available sources and resources to evaluate opportunities and ideas 6)plan and prepare the venture thoroughly @content of business plan1)introductory page-a)name and addr of business b)name and addr of principals c)nature of business d)statement of confidentiality of report 2)executive summery-a)three to four pages summarizing the complete business plan 3)industry analysis-a)future outlook and trends b)analysis of competitors c)market segmentation d)industry forecasts 4)description of venture-a)product b)service c)size of business d)office equipment and personal e)background of entrepreneurs

5)production plan-a)manufacturing process b)physical plant c)machinery and equipment d)name of suppliers of raw material 6)marketing plan-a)pricing b)distribution c)promotion d)product forecasting e)controls 7)organizational plan-a)form of ownership b)identifying of partners or principal shareholders c)authority of principal d)management team background e)roles and responsibilities of members of organization 8)assessment of risk-a)evaluate weakness of business b)new technologies c)contingency plan 9)financial plan-a)proforma income statement b)cash flow projection c)proforma balance sheet d)break even analyzing e)sources and application of funds 10)appendix(content backup material)-a)letter b)market research data c)leases or contractor d)price list from suppliers @financial considerations-1)management of fixed capital 2)working capital @factors affecting the requirement of fixed capital-1)nature of business 2)scale of operation 3)choice of technology 4)technology up gradation 5)growth prospects 6)diversification 7)financing alternatives 8)level of collaboration @ factors affecting the requirement of working capital-1)cash in hand/cash in bank 2)marketable securities 3)bills receivable 4)debtors 5)finished goods inventory 6)work in progress 7)raw material 8)prepaid expenses @how dose cash flow management work-1)making financial projection 2)contingency plan 3)cap on spending 4)limit inventory 5)rising invoices unit 6 location and layout decision @location analysis-1)demographic 2)trade area 3)competitive 4)traffic 5)site economic @factors affecting location-1)primary factor 2)secondary factor @primary factor-1)favorable labor climate 2)proximity to markets 3)quality of life 4)proximity to suppliers and resources 5)proximity to parent company facilities 6)utilities, axes, and real estate costs @secondary factors-1)proximity to customers 2)transportation costs and proximity to markets 3)location of competitors 4)site specific factors @recent trends in the location of industries-1)priority for the sub urban areas 2)industrial development in the notifies back word areas 3)establishment of industrial estate 4)D centralization of industries 5)increased role of government

in the deciding locations of industries 6)competition between government and institutions @factors influencing layout-1)factory building 2)nature of product 3)production process 4)type of machinery 5)repairs and maintenance 6)human needs 7)plant environment @types of layout-1)manufacturing units 2)traders 3)service establishments @manufacturing units-1)product or line layout 2)process or functional layout 3)fixed position or location layout 4)combined or grouped layout @traders-1)self service or modified self service layout 2)full service layouts 3)special layouts Unit 2 @Types of growth strategies--1)intensive growth(expansion) 2)diversification 3)modernization 4)external growth strategy-mergers and acquisition, joint venture @franchising—1)product franchising 2)manufacturing franchising 3)business format franchising @types of entrepreneurship 1)types of business 2)use of professional skill 3)motivation 4)stages of development 1)entrepreneurs according to the type of business- a)business entrepreneurs b)trading c)industrial d)corporate e)agriculture 2)entrepreneurs in technology-a)technical b)non technical c)professional 3)entrepreneurs by motivation-a)pure b)induced c)motivated d)spontaneous 4)entrepreneurs by growth-a)growth b)super growth 5)entrepreneur by stages of development-a)first generation b)modern c)classical 6)others- innovating entrepreneurs @career planning process-a)identifying individual needs and aspiration b)analyzing career opportunities c)aligning needs and opportunities d)action plans and periodic review Unit 3 business idea @entrepreneurial competencies identified by the EDI-a)initiative b)sees and acts on opportunities c)knowing d)concern for high quality of work d)commitment to work contract e)effective orientation f)systematic planning g)problem solving

h)self confidence i)assertiveness j)persuasion K)use of influence strategies l)monitoring m)concern for employee welfare @Basic rule for brainstorming-a)all idea n suggestions are welcome b)no critical judgement is require c)quantity, not quality is important d)combination and improvement of ideas is sought @the four strategic points are-1)skills the women have 2)available resources 3)product or service which are not available in the community 4)institutional demand @evolution f business ideas Unit 4 business plan @the ED cycle-1)develop skills that may contribute to entrepreneurial behavior 2)examine opportunities to fulfill needs or wants, and solve the problem 3)generate ideas to satisfy the opportunities 4)assess the opportunities and ideas 5)use all available sources and resources to evaluate opportunities and ideas 6)plan and prepare the venture thoroughly @content of business plan1)introductory page-a)name and addr of business b)name and addr of principals c)nature of business d)statement of confidentiality of report 2)executive summery-a)three to four pages summarizing the complete business plan 3)industry analysis-a)future outlook and trends b)analysis of competitors c)market segmentation d)industry forecasts 4)description of venture-a)product b)service c)size of business d)office equipment and personal e)background of entrepreneurs 5)production plan-a)manufacturing process b)physical plant c)machinery and equipment d)name of suppliers of raw material 6)marketing plan-a)pricing b)distribution c)promotion d)product forecasting e)controls 7)organizational plan-a)form of ownership b)identifying of partners or principal shareholders c)authority of principal d)management team background e)roles and responsibilities of members of organization 8)assessment of risk-a)evaluate weakness of business b)new technologies c)contingency plan 9)financial plan-a)proforma income statement b)cash flow projection c)proforma balance sheet d)break even analyzing e)sources and application of funds

10)appendix(content backup material)-a)letter b)market research data c)leases or contractor d)price list from suppliers @financial considerations-1)management of fixed capital 2)working capital @factors affecting the requirement of fixed capital-1)nature of business 2)scale of operation 3)choice of technology 4)technology up gradation 5)growth prospects 6)diversification 7)financing alternatives 8)level of collaboration @ factors affecting the requirement of working capital-1)cash in hand/cash in bank 2)marketable securities 3)bills receivable 4)debtors 5)finished goods inventory 6)work in progress 7)raw material 8)prepaid expenses @how dose cash flow management work-1)making financial projection 2)contingency plan 3)cap on spending 4)limit inventory 5)rising invoices unit 6 location and layout decision @location analysis-1)demographic 2)trade area 3)competitive 4)traffic 5)site economic @factors affecting location-1)primary factor 2)secondary factor @primary factor-1)favorable labor climate 2)proximity to markets 3)quality of life 4)proximity to suppliers and resources 5)proximity to parent company facilities 6)utilities, axes, and real estate costs @secondary factors-1)proximity to customers 2)transportation costs and proximity to markets 3)location of competitors 4)site specific factors @recent trends in the location of industries-1)priority for the sub urban areas 2)industrial development in the notifies back word areas 3)establishment of industrial estate 4)D centralization of industries 5)increased role of government in the deciding locations of industries 6)competition between government and institutions @factors influencing layout-1)factory building 2)nature of product 3)production process 4)type of machinery 5)repairs and maintenance 6)human needs 7)plant environment @types of layout-1)manufacturing units 2)traders 3)service establishments @manufacturing units-1)product or line layout 2)process or functional layout 3)fixed position or location layout 4)combined or grouped layout @traders-1)self service or modified self service layout 2)full service layouts 3)special layouts

Unit 2 @Types of growth strategies--1)intensive growth(expansion) 2)diversification 3)modernization 4)external growth strategy-mergers and acquisition, joint venture @franchising—1)product franchising 2)manufacturing franchising 3)business format franchising @types of entrepreneurship 1)types of business 2)use of professional skill 3)motivation 4)stages of development 1)entrepreneurs according to the type of business- a)business entrepreneurs b)trading c)industrial d)corporate e)agriculture 2)entrepreneurs in technology-a)technical b)non technical c)professional 3)entrepreneurs by motivation-a)pure b)induced c)motivated d)spontaneous 4)entrepreneurs by growth-a)growth b)super growth 5)entrepreneur by stages of development-a)first generation b)modern c)classical 6)others- innovating entrepreneurs @career planning process-a)identifying individual needs and aspiration b)analyzing career opportunities c)aligning needs and opportunities d)action plans and periodic review Unit 3 business idea @entrepreneurial competencies identified by the EDI-a)initiative b)sees and acts on opportunities c)knowing d)concern for high quality of work d)commitment to work contract e)effective orientation f)systematic planning g)problem solving h)self confidence i)assertiveness j)persuasion K)use of influence strategies l)monitoring m)concern for employee welfare @Basic rule for brainstorming-a)all idea n suggestions are welcome b)no critical judgement is require c)quantity, not quality is important d)combination and improvement of ideas is sought @the four strategic points are-1)skills the women have 2)available resources 3)product or service which are not available in the community 4)institutional demand @evolution f business ideas Unit 4 business plan @the ED cycle-1)develop skills that may contribute to entrepreneurial behavior 2)examine opportunities to fulfill needs or wants, and solve the problem 3)generate ideas to satisfy the opportunities 4)assess the opportunities and

ideas 5)use all available sources and resources to evaluate opportunities and ideas 6)plan and prepare the venture thoroughly @content of business plan1)introductory page-a)name and addr of business b)name and addr of principals c)nature of business d)statement of confidentiality of report 2)executive summery-a)three to four pages summarizing the complete business plan 3)industry analysis-a)future outlook and trends b)analysis of competitors c)market segmentation d)industry forecasts 4)description of venture-a)product b)service c)size of business d)office equipment and personal e)background of entrepreneurs 5)production plan-a)manufacturing process b)physical plant c)machinery and equipment d)name of suppliers of raw material 6)marketing plan-a)pricing b)distribution c)promotion d)product forecasting e)controls 7)organizational plan-a)form of ownership b)identifying of partners or principal shareholders c)authority of principal d)management team background e)roles and responsibilities of members of organization 8)assessment of risk-a)evaluate weakness of business b)new technologies c)contingency plan 9)financial plan-a)proforma income statement b)cash flow projection c)proforma balance sheet d)break even analyzing e)sources and application of funds 10)appendix(content backup material)-a)letter b)market research data c)leases or contractor d)price list from suppliers @financial considerations-1)management of fixed capital 2)working capital @factors affecting the requirement of fixed capital-1)nature of business 2)scale of operation 3)choice of technology 4)technology up gradation 5)growth prospects 6)diversification 7)financing alternatives 8)level of collaboration @ factors affecting the requirement of working capital-1)cash in hand/cash in bank 2)marketable securities 3)bills receivable 4)debtors 5)finished goods inventory 6)work in progress 7)raw material 8)prepaid expenses @how dose cash flow management work-1)making financial projection 2)contingency plan 3)cap on spending 4)limit inventory 5)rising invoices unit 6 location and layout decision

@location analysis-1)demographic 2)trade area 3)competitive 4)traffic 5)site economic @factors affecting location-1)primary factor 2)secondary factor @primary factor-1)favorable labor climate 2)proximity to markets 3)quality of life 4)proximity to suppliers and resources 5)proximity to parent company facilities 6)utilities, axes, and real estate costs @secondary factors-1)proximity to customers 2)transportation costs and proximity to markets 3)location of competitors 4)site specific factors @recent trends in the location of industries-1)priority for the sub urban areas 2)industrial development in the notifies back word areas 3)establishment of industrial estate 4)D centralization of industries 5)increased role of government in the deciding locations of industries 6)competition between government and institutions @factors influencing layout-1)factory building 2)nature of product 3)production process 4)type of machinery 5)repairs and maintenance 6)human needs 7)plant environment @types of layout-1)manufacturing units 2)traders 3)service establishments @manufacturing units-1)product or line layout 2)process or functional layout 3)fixed position or location layout 4)combined or grouped layout @traders-1)self service or modified self service layout 2)full service layouts 3)special layouts Unit 2 @Types of growth strategies--1)intensive growth(expansion) 2)diversification 3)modernization 4)external growth strategy-mergers and acquisition, joint venture @franchising—1)product franchising 2)manufacturing franchising 3)business format franchising @types of entrepreneurship 1)types of business 2)use of professional skill 3)motivation 4)stages of development 1)entrepreneurs according to the type of business- a)business entrepreneurs b)trading c)industrial d)corporate e)agriculture 2)entrepreneurs in technology-a)technical b)non technical c)professional 3)entrepreneurs by motivation-a)pure b)induced c)motivated d)spontaneous 4)entrepreneurs by growth-a)growth b)super growth

5)entrepreneur by stages of development-a)first generation b)modern c)classical 6)others- innovating entrepreneurs @career planning process-a)identifying individual needs and aspiration b)analyzing career opportunities c)aligning needs and opportunities d)action plans and periodic review Unit 3 business idea @entrepreneurial competencies identified by the EDI-a)initiative b)sees and acts on opportunities c)knowing d)concern for high quality of work d)commitment to work contract e)effective orientation f)systematic planning g)problem solving h)self confidence i)assertiveness j)persuasion K)use of influence strategies l)monitoring m)concern for employee welfare @Basic rule for brainstorming-a)all idea n suggestions are welcome b)no critical judgement is require c)quantity, not quality is important d)combination and improvement of ideas is sought @the four strategic points are-1)skills the women have 2)available resources 3)product or service which are not available in the community 4)institutional demand @evolution f business ideas Unit 4 business plan @the ED cycle-1)develop skills that may contribute to entrepreneurial behavior 2)examine opportunities to fulfill needs or wants, and solve the problem 3)generate ideas to satisfy the opportunities 4)assess the opportunities and ideas 5)use all available sources and resources to evaluate opportunities and ideas 6)plan and prepare the venture thoroughly @content of business plan1)introductory page-a)name and addr of business b)name and addr of principals c)nature of business d)statement of confidentiality of report 2)executive summery-a)three to four pages summarizing the complete business plan 3)industry analysis-a)future outlook and trends b)analysis of competitors c)market segmentation d)industry forecasts 4)description of venture-a)product b)service c)size of business d)office equipment and personal e)background of entrepreneurs

5)production plan-a)manufacturing process b)physical plant c)machinery and equipment d)name of suppliers of raw material 6)marketing plan-a)pricing b)distribution c)promotion d)product forecasting e)controls 7)organizational plan-a)form of ownership b)identifying of partners or principal shareholders c)authority of principal d)management team background e)roles and responsibilities of members of organization 8)assessment of risk-a)evaluate weakness of business b)new technologies c)contingency plan 9)financial plan-a)proforma income statement b)cash flow projection c)proforma balance sheet d)break even analyzing e)sources and application of funds 10)appendix(content backup material)-a)letter b)market research data c)leases or contractor d)price list from suppliers @financial considerations-1)management of fixed capital 2)working capital @factors affecting the requirement of fixed capital-1)nature of business 2)scale of operation 3)choice of technology 4)technology up gradation 5)growth prospects 6)diversification 7)financing alternatives 8)level of collaboration @ factors affecting the requirement of working capital-1)cash in hand/cash in bank 2)marketable securities 3)bills receivable 4)debtors 5)finished goods inventory 6)work in progress 7)raw material 8)prepaid expenses @how dose cash flow management work-1)making financial projection 2)contingency plan 3)cap on spending 4)limit inventory 5)rising invoices unit 6 location and layout decision @location analysis-1)demographic 2)trade area 3)competitive 4)traffic 5)site economic @factors affecting location-1)primary factor 2)secondary factor @primary factor-1)favorable labor climate 2)proximity to markets 3)quality of life 4)proximity to suppliers and resources 5)proximity to parent company facilities 6)utilities, axes, and real estate costs @secondary factors-1)proximity to customers 2)transportation costs and proximity to markets 3)location of competitors 4)site specific factors @recent trends in the location of industries-1)priority for the sub urban areas 2)industrial development in the notifies back word areas 3)establishment of industrial estate 4)D centralization of industries 5)increased role of government

in the deciding locations of industries 6)competition between government and institutions @factors influencing layout-1)factory building 2)nature of product 3)production process 4)type of machinery 5)repairs and maintenance 6)human needs 7)plant environment @types of layout-1)manufacturing units 2)traders 3)service establishments @manufacturing units-1)product or line layout 2)process or functional layout 3)fixed position or location layout 4)combined or grouped layout @traders-1)self service or modified self service layout 2)full service layouts 3)special layouts Unit 2 @Types of growth strategies--1)intensive growth(expansion) 2)diversification 3)modernization 4)external growth strategy-mergers and acquisition, joint venture @franchising—1)product franchising 2)manufacturing franchising 3)business format franchising @types of entrepreneurship 1)types of business 2)use of professional skill 3)motivation 4)stages of development 1)entrepreneurs according to the type of business- a)business entrepreneurs b)trading c)industrial d)corporate e)agriculture 2)entrepreneurs in technology-a)technical b)non technical c)professional 3)entrepreneurs by motivation-a)pure b)induced c)motivated d)spontaneous 4)entrepreneurs by growth-a)growth b)super growth 5)entrepreneur by stages of development-a)first generation b)modern c)classical 6)others- innovating entrepreneurs @career planning process-a)identifying individual needs and aspiration b)analyzing career opportunities c)aligning needs and opportunities d)action plans and periodic review Unit 3 business idea @entrepreneurial competencies identified by the EDI-a)initiative b)sees and acts on opportunities c)knowing d)concern for high quality of work d)commitment to work contract e)effective orientation f)systematic planning g)problem solving

h)self confidence i)assertiveness j)persuasion K)use of influence strategies l)monitoring m)concern for employee welfare @Basic rule for brainstorming-a)all idea n suggestions are welcome b)no critical judgement is require c)quantity, not quality is important d)combination and improvement of ideas is sought @the four strategic points are-1)skills the women have 2)available resources 3)product or service which are not available in the community 4)institutional demand @evolution f business ideas Unit 4 business plan @the ED cycle-1)develop skills that may contribute to entrepreneurial behavior 2)examine opportunities to fulfill needs or wants, and solve the problem 3)generate ideas to satisfy the opportunities 4)assess the opportunities and ideas 5)use all available sources and resources to evaluate opportunities and ideas 6)plan and prepare the venture thoroughly @content of business plan1)introductory page-a)name and addr of business b)name and addr of principals c)nature of business d)statement of confidentiality of report 2)executive summery-a)three to four pages summarizing the complete business plan 3)industry analysis-a)future outlook and trends b)analysis of competitors c)market segmentation d)industry forecasts 4)description of venture-a)product b)service c)size of business d)office equipment and personal e)background of entrepreneurs 5)production plan-a)manufacturing process b)physical plant c)machinery and equipment d)name of suppliers of raw material 6)marketing plan-a)pricing b)distribution c)promotion d)product forecasting e)controls 7)organizational plan-a)form of ownership b)identifying of partners or principal shareholders c)authority of principal d)management team background e)roles and responsibilities of members of organization 8)assessment of risk-a)evaluate weakness of business b)new technologies c)contingency plan 9)financial plan-a)proforma income statement b)cash flow projection c)proforma balance sheet d)break even analyzing e)sources and application of funds

10)appendix(content backup material)-a)letter b)market research data c)leases or contractor d)price list from suppliers @financial considerations-1)management of fixed capital 2)working capital @factors affecting the requirement of fixed capital-1)nature of business 2)scale of operation 3)choice of technology 4)technology up gradation 5)growth prospects 6)diversification 7)financing alternatives 8)level of collaboration @ factors affecting the requirement of working capital-1)cash in hand/cash in bank 2)marketable securities 3)bills receivable 4)debtors 5)finished goods inventory 6)work in progress 7)raw material 8)prepaid expenses @how dose cash flow management work-1)making financial projection 2)contingency plan 3)cap on spending 4)limit inventory 5)rising invoices unit 6 location and layout decision @location analysis-1)demographic 2)trade area 3)competitive 4)traffic 5)site economic @factors affecting location-1)primary factor 2)secondary factor @primary factor-1)favorable labor climate 2)proximity to markets 3)quality of life 4)proximity to suppliers and resources 5)proximity to parent company facilities 6)utilities, axes, and real estate costs @secondary factors-1)proximity to customers 2)transportation costs and proximity to markets 3)location of competitors 4)site specific factors @recent trends in the location of industries-1)priority for the sub urban areas 2)industrial development in the notifies back word areas 3)establishment of industrial estate 4)D centralization of industries 5)increased role of government in the deciding locations of industries 6)competition between government and institutions @factors influencing layout-1)factory building 2)nature of product 3)production process 4)type of machinery 5)repairs and maintenance 6)human needs 7)plant environment @types of layout-1)manufacturing units 2)traders 3)service establishments @manufacturing units-1)product or line layout 2)process or functional layout 3)fixed position or location layout 4)combined or grouped layout @traders-1)self service or modified self service layout 2)full service layouts 3)special layouts

Unit 2 @Types of growth strategies--1)intensive growth(expansion) 2)diversification 3)modernization 4)external growth strategy-mergers and acquisition, joint venture @franchising—1)product franchising 2)manufacturing franchising 3)business format franchising @types of entrepreneurship 1)types of business 2)use of professional skill 3)motivation 4)stages of development 1)entrepreneurs according to the type of business- a)business entrepreneurs b)trading c)industrial d)corporate e)agriculture 2)entrepreneurs in technology-a)technical b)non technical c)professional 3)entrepreneurs by motivation-a)pure b)induced c)motivated d)spontaneous 4)entrepreneurs by growth-a)growth b)super growth 5)entrepreneur by stages of development-a)first generation b)modern c)classical 6)others- innovating entrepreneurs @career planning process-a)identifying individual needs and aspiration b)analyzing career opportunities c)aligning needs and opportunities d)action plans and periodic review Unit 3 business idea @entrepreneurial competencies identified by the EDI-a)initiative b)sees and acts on opportunities c)knowing d)concern for high quality of work d)commitment to work contract e)effective orientation f)systematic planning g)problem solving h)self confidence i)assertiveness j)persuasion K)use of influence strategies l)monitoring m)concern for employee welfare @Basic rule for brainstorming-a)all idea n suggestions are welcome b)no critical judgement is require c)quantity, not quality is important d)combination and improvement of ideas is sought @the four strategic points are-1)skills the women have 2)available resources 3)product or service which are not available in the community 4)institutional demand @evolution f business ideas Unit 4 business plan @the ED cycle-1)develop skills that may contribute to entrepreneurial behavior 2)examine opportunities to fulfill needs or wants, and solve the problem 3)generate ideas to satisfy the opportunities 4)assess the opportunities and

ideas 5)use all available sources and resources to evaluate opportunities and ideas 6)plan and prepare the venture thoroughly @content of business plan1)introductory page-a)name and addr of business b)name and addr of principals c)nature of business d)statement of confidentiality of report 2)executive summery-a)three to four pages summarizing the complete business plan 3)industry analysis-a)future outlook and trends b)analysis of competitors c)market segmentation d)industry forecasts 4)description of venture-a)product b)service c)size of business d)office equipment and personal e)background of entrepreneurs 5)production plan-a)manufacturing process b)physical plant c)machinery and equipment d)name of suppliers of raw material 6)marketing plan-a)pricing b)distribution c)promotion d)product forecasting e)controls 7)organizational plan-a)form of ownership b)identifying of partners or principal shareholders c)authority of principal d)management team background e)roles and responsibilities of members of organization 8)assessment of risk-a)evaluate weakness of business b)new technologies c)contingency plan 9)financial plan-a)proforma income statement b)cash flow projection c)proforma balance sheet d)break even analyzing e)sources and application of funds 10)appendix(content backup material)-a)letter b)market research data c)leases or contractor d)price list from suppliers @financial considerations-1)management of fixed capital 2)working capital @factors affecting the requirement of fixed capital-1)nature of business 2)scale of operation 3)choice of technology 4)technology up gradation 5)growth prospects 6)diversification 7)financing alternatives 8)level of collaboration @ factors affecting the requirement of working capital-1)cash in hand/cash in bank 2)marketable securities 3)bills receivable 4)debtors 5)finished goods inventory 6)work in progress 7)raw material 8)prepaid expenses @how dose cash flow management work-1)making financial projection 2)contingency plan 3)cap on spending 4)limit inventory 5)rising invoices unit 6 location and layout decision

@location analysis-1)demographic 2)trade area 3)competitive 4)traffic 5)site economic @factors affecting location-1)primary factor 2)secondary factor @primary factor-1)favorable labor climate 2)proximity to markets 3)quality of life 4)proximity to suppliers and resources 5)proximity to parent company facilities 6)utilities, axes, and real estate costs @secondary factors-1)proximity to customers 2)transportation costs and proximity to markets 3)location of competitors 4)site specific factors @recent trends in the location of industries-1)priority for the sub urban areas 2)industrial development in the notifies back word areas 3)establishment of industrial estate 4)D centralization of industries 5)increased role of government in the deciding locations of industries 6)competition between government and institutions @factors influencing layout-1)factory building 2)nature of product 3)production process 4)type of machinery 5)repairs and maintenance 6)human needs 7)plant environment @types of layout-1)manufacturing units 2)traders 3)service establishments @manufacturing units-1)product or line layout 2)process or functional layout 3)fixed position or location layout 4)combined or grouped layout @traders-1)self service or modified self service layout 2)full service layouts 3)special layouts Unit 2 @Types of growth strategies--1)intensive growth(expansion) 2)diversification 3)modernization 4)external growth strategy-mergers and acquisition, joint venture @franchising—1)product franchising 2)manufacturing franchising 3)business format franchising @types of entrepreneurship 1)types of business 2)use of professional skill 3)motivation 4)stages of development 1)entrepreneurs according to the type of business- a)business entrepreneurs b)trading c)industrial d)corporate e)agriculture 2)entrepreneurs in technology-a)technical b)non technical c)professional 3)entrepreneurs by motivation-a)pure b)induced c)motivated d)spontaneous 4)entrepreneurs by growth-a)growth b)super growth

5)entrepreneur by stages of development-a)first generation b)modern c)classical 6)others- innovating entrepreneurs @career planning process-a)identifying individual needs and aspiration b)analyzing career opportunities c)aligning needs and opportunities d)action plans and periodic review Unit 3 business idea @entrepreneurial competencies identified by the EDI-a)initiative b)sees and acts on opportunities c)knowing d)concern for high quality of work d)commitment to work contract e)effective orientation f)systematic planning g)problem solving h)self confidence i)assertiveness j)persuasion K)use of influence strategies l)monitoring m)concern for employee welfare @Basic rule for brainstorming-a)all idea n suggestions are welcome b)no critical judgement is require c)quantity, not quality is important d)combination and improvement of ideas is sought @the four strategic points are-1)skills the women have 2)available resources 3)product or service which are not available in the community 4)institutional demand @evolution f business ideas Unit 4 business plan @the ED cycle-1)develop skills that may contribute to entrepreneurial behavior 2)examine opportunities to fulfill needs or wants, and solve the problem 3)generate ideas to satisfy the opportunities 4)assess the opportunities and ideas 5)use all available sources and resources to evaluate opportunities and ideas 6)plan and prepare the venture thoroughly @content of business plan1)introductory page-a)name and addr of business b)name and addr of principals c)nature of business d)statement of confidentiality of report 2)executive summery-a)three to four pages summarizing the complete business plan 3)industry analysis-a)future outlook and trends b)analysis of competitors c)market segmentation d)industry forecasts 4)description of venture-a)product b)service c)size of business d)office equipment and personal e)background of entrepreneurs

5)production plan-a)manufacturing process b)physical plant c)machinery and equipment d)name of suppliers of raw material 6)marketing plan-a)pricing b)distribution c)promotion d)product forecasting e)controls 7)organizational plan-a)form of ownership b)identifying of partners or principal shareholders c)authority of principal d)management team background e)roles and responsibilities of members of organization 8)assessment of risk-a)evaluate weakness of business b)new technologies c)contingency plan 9)financial plan-a)proforma income statement b)cash flow projection c)proforma balance sheet d)break even analyzing e)sources and application of funds 10)appendix(content backup material)-a)letter b)market research data c)leases or contractor d)price list from suppliers @financial considerations-1)management of fixed capital 2)working capital @factors affecting the requirement of fixed capital-1)nature of business 2)scale of operation 3)choice of technology 4)technology up gradation 5)growth prospects 6)diversification 7)financing alternatives 8)level of collaboration @ factors affecting the requirement of working capital-1)cash in hand/cash in bank 2)marketable securities 3)bills receivable 4)debtors 5)finished goods inventory 6)work in progress 7)raw material 8)prepaid expenses @how dose cash flow management work-1)making financial projection 2)contingency plan 3)cap on spending 4)limit inventory 5)rising invoices unit 6 location and layout decision @location analysis-1)demographic 2)trade area 3)competitive 4)traffic 5)site economic @factors affecting location-1)primary factor 2)secondary factor @primary factor-1)favorable labor climate 2)proximity to markets 3)quality of life 4)proximity to suppliers and resources 5)proximity to parent company facilities 6)utilities, axes, and real estate costs @secondary factors-1)proximity to customers 2)transportation costs and proximity to markets 3)location of competitors 4)site specific factors @recent trends in the location of industries-1)priority for the sub urban areas 2)industrial development in the notifies back word areas 3)establishment of industrial estate 4)D centralization of industries 5)increased role of government

in the deciding locations of industries 6)competition between government and institutions @factors influencing layout-1)factory building 2)nature of product 3)production process 4)type of machinery 5)repairs and maintenance 6)human needs 7)plant environment @types of layout-1)manufacturing units 2)traders 3)service establishments @manufacturing units-1)product or line layout 2)process or functional layout 3)fixed position or location layout 4)combined or grouped layout @traders-1)self service or modified self service layout 2)full service layouts 3)special layouts Unit 2 @Types of growth strategies--1)intensive growth(expansion) 2)diversification 3)modernization 4)external growth strategy-mergers and acquisition, joint venture @franchising—1)product franchising 2)manufacturing franchising 3)business format franchising @types of entrepreneurship 1)types of business 2)use of professional skill 3)motivation 4)stages of development 1)entrepreneurs according to the type of business- a)business entrepreneurs b)trading c)industrial d)corporate e)agriculture 2)entrepreneurs in technology-a)technical b)non technical c)professional 3)entrepreneurs by motivation-a)pure b)induced c)motivated d)spontaneous 4)entrepreneurs by growth-a)growth b)super growth 5)entrepreneur by stages of development-a)first generation b)modern c)classical 6)others- innovating entrepreneurs @career planning process-a)identifying individual needs and aspiration b)analyzing career opportunities c)aligning needs and opportunities d)action plans and periodic review Unit 3 business idea @entrepreneurial competencies identified by the EDI-a)initiative b)sees and acts on opportunities c)knowing d)concern for high quality of work d)commitment to work contract e)effective orientation f)systematic planning g)problem solving

h)self confidence i)assertiveness j)persuasion K)use of influence strategies l)monitoring m)concern for employee welfare @Basic rule for brainstorming-a)all idea n suggestions are welcome b)no critical judgement is require c)quantity, not quality is important d)combination and improvement of ideas is sought @the four strategic points are-1)skills the women have 2)available resources 3)product or service which are not available in the community 4)institutional demand @evolution f business ideas Unit 4 business plan @the ED cycle-1)develop skills that may contribute to entrepreneurial behavior 2)examine opportunities to fulfill needs or wants, and solve the problem 3)generate ideas to satisfy the opportunities 4)assess the opportunities and ideas 5)use all available sources and resources to evaluate opportunities and ideas 6)plan and prepare the venture thoroughly @content of business plan1)introductory page-a)name and addr of business b)name and addr of principals c)nature of business d)statement of confidentiality of report 2)executive summery-a)three to four pages summarizing the complete business plan 3)industry analysis-a)future outlook and trends b)analysis of competitors c)market segmentation d)industry forecasts 4)description of venture-a)product b)service c)size of business d)office equipment and personal e)background of entrepreneurs 5)production plan-a)manufacturing process b)physical plant c)machinery and equipment d)name of suppliers of raw material 6)marketing plan-a)pricing b)distribution c)promotion d)product forecasting e)controls 7)organizational plan-a)form of ownership b)identifying of partners or principal shareholders c)authority of principal d)management team background e)roles and responsibilities of members of organization 8)assessment of risk-a)evaluate weakness of business b)new technologies c)contingency plan 9)financial plan-a)proforma income statement b)cash flow projection c)proforma balance sheet d)break even analyzing e)sources and application of funds

10)appendix(content backup material)-a)letter b)market research data c)leases or contractor d)price list from suppliers @financial considerations-1)management of fixed capital 2)working capital @factors affecting the requirement of fixed capital-1)nature of business 2)scale of operation 3)choice of technology 4)technology up gradation 5)growth prospects 6)diversification 7)financing alternatives 8)level of collaboration @ factors affecting the requirement of working capital-1)cash in hand/cash in bank 2)marketable securities 3)bills receivable 4)debtors 5)finished goods inventory 6)work in progress 7)raw material 8)prepaid expenses @how dose cash flow management work-1)making financial projection 2)contingency plan 3)cap on spending 4)limit inventory 5)rising invoices unit 6 location and layout decision @location analysis-1)demographic 2)trade area 3)competitive 4)traffic 5)site economic @factors affecting location-1)primary factor 2)secondary factor @primary factor-1)favorable labor climate 2)proximity to markets 3)quality of life 4)proximity to suppliers and resources 5)proximity to parent company facilities 6)utilities, axes, and real estate costs @secondary factors-1)proximity to customers 2)transportation costs and proximity to markets 3)location of competitors 4)site specific factors @recent trends in the location of industries-1)priority for the sub urban areas 2)industrial development in the notifies back word areas 3)establishment of industrial estate 4)D centralization of industries 5)increased role of government in the deciding locations of industries 6)competition between government and institutions @factors influencing layout-1)factory building 2)nature of product 3)production process 4)type of machinery 5)repairs and maintenance 6)human needs 7)plant environment @types of layout-1)manufacturing units 2)traders 3)service establishments @manufacturing units-1)product or line layout 2)process or functional layout 3)fixed position or location layout 4)combined or grouped layout @traders-1)self service or modified self service layout 2)full service layouts 3)special layouts

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