Financial reporting is one of the main accounting functions, as emphasized by C. Paczuła (Paczuła, 2005, p.232), stating that “both theoreticians and practitioners draw attention to one of the main accounting functions in the unit, what is the reporting function”.
Family Business and Financial Performance: What are the Effects of Tax Cut Policy on Them in Uzbekistan?
A family business is the most common in the world, and it relies on a centuries-old traditional form of entrepreneurial activity. Family firms in countries with developed market economies are the basis for societal development, and they account for a significant portion of goods and services.
The Impact of SMEs Financing on Business Growth in Nigeria: A Study of Keffi and Mararaba Metropolis
The impact of SMEs financing on business growth in Nigeria using Keffi and Mararaba Metropolis as a case study was assessed in this work.
The current research paper is a review of current concepts in M-commerce and Mobile Applications. In the paper M-commerce is defined as a part of e-commerce. The conclusion suggests that M-commerce depends significantly on e-commerce technologies.
Suggestion System as an HRM Tool to be Successful in Organisations in New Zealand: Some Empirical Evidence
Owners-managers of SMEs may sustain their competitive position and survive longer when knowledge is effectively and efficiently shared in order to increase their innovation capability.
The study results revealed that only knowledge sharing was found positive and significant predictor of innovation whereas the effect of knowledge acquisition and responsiveness to knowledge on innovation was not significant.
Factors Affecting the Success of Bumiputera Entrepreneurs in Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Malaysia
All parties must work together to assist Bumiputera entrepreneurs in addressing their problems in the field of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in order for their businesses to compete in the market.
The present study determines firm and entrepreneurship characteristics of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) active in international trade towards investment and growth.
The results of this research paper emphasizes that entrepreneurial spirit is the key to job creation, improving competitiveness and economic growth in Namibia.