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What is sustained growth and why do you feel it is important to an enterprise?Initial PostSustainable growth is the realistically attainable growth that a company could maintain without running into problems. “Encyclopaedia, 2018 “A business that grows too quickly may find it difficult to fund the growth. A business that grows too slowly or not at all may stagnate. Finding the optimum growth rate is the goalIn essence, finding a company's sustainable growth rate answers the question: how much can this company grow before it must borrow money? If the company set a goal today to continue growing at a steady growth or time more within the next few years and they accomplish such growth regardless of the economy condition (good/bad) then it’s safe to say that company achieved their sustained growth. However, the growth challenge is articulated differently by different companies and within different industries “Encyclopaedia, 2018”. For some, developingand launching new products and services to meet the evolving needs of their customers is the issue. For others, capitalizing on global opportunities is key.Sustainable growth is important to an enterprise because it gives the company information on their current operation and possible future expected value. It gives them the maximum rate in which the company can grow without additional funding and or how much funding required operating their business. References:Barringer, B. R., & Ireland, R. D. (2015). Entrepreneurship: Successfully launching new ventures (5th ed.). Don Mills, Canada: Pearson Education Inc.Encyclopaedia, 2018 “Sustainable Growth retrieved from:
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Why would entrepreneurs open themselves up to personal financial losses by using a proprietorship rather than a company?Initial PostAs a sole proprietorship, you are the sole owner and fully responsible for all debts and obligations related to your business.” Canada Business, 2018 “Therefore, because you are personally liable, a creditor can make a claim against your personal assets as well as your
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