Ntrepreneurship and small business development

I need to do “Question 1page 9, in the module handbook which is attached. PLAGIARISM is very important, they have a software against that.

Question 1 is about advising a MICRO retail business in the UK with one fashion outlet selling mens and female clothes. This SMALL retail business has to survive against big retailers in BRIGHTON BN1 1HN, with a limited budget which is ?10,000. Segmentation Analysis, Cost/Benefit Analysis, Market Research and Promotional Mix are some of the techniques which tutor wants to see in this Assignment.

Ntrepreneurship and small business development

I want this work base on Alan Sugar who is also known as Sir Lord Sugar, is a British entrepreneur born in 1947.
Subject: One written project on the theme of one selected characteristic associated with the Business Entrepreneur( Alan Sugar) and researched in the context of one noteworthy entrepreneur.
NOTES: the follow structure describe below is the only one i want the writer to be focus on it as well i will attach one a4 paper with more information that i request from this job. i want the writer to separate each part of the work with title as i have done below. Also i want that each part of the work must be approximately the number of suggestion word as i requested.
-Introduction: (300 word)
This should be an overview of what is to come. This should explain how the theory and biographical material come together to explain this aspect of entrepreneurship.
-Literature review: (700 word)
Here we are looking at attributes associated with entrepreneurship. We cannot observe the entrepreneurial phenomenon directly but we can observe the spin-offs. Typical topics here include; motivation, leadership, invention, innovation, and change. This section is pure theory, the practical section follows next.
-A review of relevant material related to the selected entrepreneur: (850 word)
This should be detailed and based entirely on material related to the conceptual material presented in literature review. For example, if your literature review was on a?Motivationa?, then you should assess the entrepreneur in the context of motivation. The selected entrepreneur must not be contacted directly; this work is based on secondary research. Entrepreneurs that are acceptable for this project fall into the famous bracket, i.e. ones that have significant amounts of public domain material published about them. Remember that the stronger the evidence, the stronger the case.
-Analysis:(850 word)
This section is important! It is a synthesis of the material on the selected entrepreneur and the review of the literature. You are trying to gain an insight into the entrepreneur from the theory.
-Conclusions: (300 word)
The conclusions are drawn directly from the analysis. No new material must appear here, conclusions must relate exclusively to the earlier discussion
-Writing style:
The writing style is important. You must show a good research trail. Consult many sources and give precise references. Finally, beware of passages that look like, or lead to, plagiarism. Appendices are not treated as part of your word count. Organise your bibliography alphabetically (if you use one).

Referencing Requirements:
Bass, B. (1985). Leadership and performance beyond expectations. New York: The Free Press
Blake, R.R. and J.S. Mouton (1964) The managerial grid. Houston TX: Gulf.Buchanan, D. and Huczynski, A. (2004) Organizational Behaviour: an introductory text (5th edition). Harlow: Pearson Education Limited

W, G. Bennis; 1998; On Becoming a Leader; Arrow Books Ltd; 2nd Revised edition

J A. Kakabadse, N. Kakabadse; 1998; Essence of Leadership: A Managers Guide to Competing Worldwide; Cengage Learning EMEA
J. Collins; 2002; Good to great: Why some companies make the leap and others donat; New York: Harper Collins
Sir Alan Sugar: The Biographyby Charlie Burden,, 2010

Ntrepreneurship and small business development

The Subject is Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development. Its a 4000 word maximum essay. That inludes the table of contents footnotes and the main body and everything in the essay. I have attached a file that will talk about the whole essay and give you a clear view of what to do. So please read the file carefully. The file mentions two assignments, assignment 1 and two. The one I want you to do is assignment 2.

Here is the assignment question:


What is  Social Entrepreneurship . What is its impact in the UK? (Please
note carefully the second part of this question!) Carefully distinguish between the US experience and concepts and those used in the UK. Take time to analyse your definitions.

Look at the definitions given and see how in the US the same term can be applied to corporate sponsorship. However, you need to go further for the UK and decide, based on evidence, whether or not the term SE could be applied to any and all non-profit making organisations? If it does these days would that include say Oxfam? Would it include these days all education outlets? How would National and Local government fit in? What about the NHS, the Police or even the Army then?

There is a lot of sections (handouts) here on Blackboard that are very relevant. You should also use the General Enterprise Monitor (GEM) fro SE --not not not Entrepreneurship. Check out the definitions for all your sources though as they are usually quite different from each other.

You will need to think this out carefully based on the literature and then and only then can you respond to the section  What is its impact in the UK? This you can look at in terms of the effect on UK GDP and employment in terms of trends.





The deadline is on the 13th of december so I really need it before then. Please read the attached file because it includes everything you need to know about the assignment. If you need any more information please ask me for it.

Thank You
Footnotes

Ntrepreneurship and small business development

This essay should include:

a? A discussion of theoretical concepts from a range of academic sources
a? An application of your analysis to a contemporary hospitality business

Assessment Criteria

Depth of understanding of an aspect of hospitality operations/management theory. 40%

Demonstration of awareness of relevant current hospitality issues and critical
evaluation of their implications 30%

Application of theory to practice and use of industry examples or case studies. 20%

Clear evidence of research and appropriate referencing plus structure,
written style and presentation of essay. 10%

Ntrepreneurship and small business development

Assessment title
A written project on the theme of one selected characteristic/attribute associated with the Business Entrepreneur and researched in the context of one noteworthy entrepreneur
One written project on the theme of one selected characteristic/attribute associated with the Business Entrepreneur and researched in the context of one noteworthy entrepreneur.
Your report should include the following elements:
(1) Introduction (15%): This should be an overview of whatas to come. Specifically, this should explain how the relevant theory and biographical material come together to explain this aspect of entrepreneurship (approximate 300 words).
(2) Literature review (25%): The focus is on looking at attributes associated with entrepreneurship. Typical topics include, for example, motivation, leadership, invention, innovation, and change, but are not limited. This section is purely theoretical identification and review with proposition(s) proposed (approximate 700 words).
(3) Practical Evidence (15%): Collect information about the entrepreneur focused on the theme you selected in the literature review and review relevant material related to the selected entrepreneur (approximate 850 words).
(4) Analysis (20%): A synthesis of the material on the selected entrepreneur and the review of the literature. Discussions are to generate insights into the entrepreneur from the theory (approximate 850 words).
(5) Conclusion (15%): Derive from analysis and draw conclusion (approximate 300 words).
(6) Overall structure, presentation and references (10%): A good research trial should be shown and supported with sufficient and precise resources and references.