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1) Franchising

 

Franchising is one of the way to expand easily with a very less investment. This is beneficial for both franchisor and franchisee, as now the franchisor has to invest in the form of the of training the employees hired by the franchisee and giving the software support i.e. tools which will help a franchisee within it's sales whereas the franchisee has to pay the licensing fee with the profit percentage to the franchisor for getting a full-fledged business setup of a well known brand. These small investment helps both of them to expand easily.

Eg:-

McDonald's, Pizza but etc.

 

2) Outsourcing

 

Outsourcing can help you to divide your work in parts so that you can work set of task without taking much tension about the other tasks.

Eg:-

Apple is a well known smartphone brand.  It produces the best quality of smartphones all over the world. But you will be surprise to know the fact that Apple doesn't makes the smartphone by themselves whereas outsource this work to a different company and just works on the r&d and sales of their smartphones.

 

3) Renting your License

 

 

The license can be rented, which can reduce the cost for both the companies. The companies which are licensing out and licensing in, will be getting a low cost of production and other expenses.

Eg:-

Most of the pharmaceutical companies are doing the same thing i.e. renting their licensing with the other companies.

 

 

A business is one having an unique idea for implementing and changing the lifestyle of the people. This business becomes a great business depending on the different factors like scope of the product/services, cost of the product and many more. But the most important factor which gives a good curve to the business is the employees working for the company. They are the main assets that the company has. If the employees will work good then any business will grow very easily in the short span of time but, if the employees are not doing a great work then there is a fault in the company's roots which is not able to make their employees to do a better for the company.

There are some of the factors which can make your employees a great asset for you and your company.

They are:-

1) Be a friend with your employees

All the employees working in the company should be treated as a family member. This creates a good bond between the employees and their business heads. This bond will help the business to grow rapidly as on becoming a bond, the employees will think that the company in which they are working is their own and then the employees will give you the best result and output who h will be very beneficial for your business.

2) Develop a unique identity for the employees

Every person wants to have an unique identity for themselves, which will help them to get... (More)

The dotcom bubble, was a rapid rise in U.S. It was also known as the internet bubble. In 2001 and through 2002 the bubble burst.
During the dotcom bubble, the value of equity markets grew exponentially, with the technology-dominated Nasdaq index rising from under 1,000 to more than 5,000 between the years 1995 and 2000.

By the end of 2001, most dotcom stocks had gone bust. Even the share prices of blue-chip technology stocks like Cisco, Intel and Oracle lost more than 80% of their value.

In the year 1995 most of the Investors poured money into internet startups in the hope that those companies would one day become profitable and one day they will make a big profit out of it, but such things did not happened. The main criteria of the Investors was the .com domain i.e. the startup which were having the .com domains were having the only preference of the Investors.

Investors started investing in the Companies which were not having any proprietary technology. These companies spent all their money on marketing, to establish brands that would differentiate themselves from the competition.
The bubble that formed in the five years i.e. from 1995-2000 was fed by cheap money, easy capital, market overconfidence, and pure speculation.
Then in the 2001, some companies started failing, which was the starting of the dot com bubble burst. several of the leading high-tech companies, such as Dell and Cisco placed huge sell orders on their stocks, sparking panic selling among investors.... (More)

Voted for Interesting

1) The Social Network

The Social Network was a blockbuster movie. It was released in 2010. The movie showed that, how Mark Zuckerberg transformed from a Harvard student to launching the most popular social-media network in the world.
The film gives viewers a better understanding of how to make a startup succeed by exhibiting such qualities as being flexible and resilient.

2) The Wolf of Wall Street

The Wolf of Wall Street is based on the true story of Jordan Belfort. It follows his rise and fall as an entrepreneur.

3) The Founder

The Founder is a biopic of the American fast-food tycoon Ray Kroc. Starring Michael Keaton, the movie tells the story of his creation of McDonald’s fast-food restaurant chain, which became the biggest restaurant business in the world.

4) The Pursuit of Happyness

The Pursuit of Happyness is a true story based on the life of entrepreneur Chris Gardner’s nearly one-year struggle of being homeless with his son while going through a gruelling 6-month unpaid internship as a stockbroker. 
 

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These are the movies which makes you learn how to work on your own startup and take it to the great success.

These movies keeps you motivated and enthusiastic towards your dream projects.

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