organize their own enterprise Julius Nyerere legendary former president of

Organize their own enterprise julius nyerere

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organize their own enterprise Julius Nyerere, legendary former president of Tanzania “Development is people’s development of themselves, their lives, their environment. Freedom is essential to development, not just a product of it, but it should not be freedom to exploit. People cannot develop if thy have no power, and development will occur if, and only if, the people can organize their own power in their own interest. Government Assistance Programs 1. Peace and Order 2. Political Stability 3. Price Stability 4. Taxes 5. Infrastructures 6. Education and Training 7. Public Administration 8. Production Technology 9. Marketing Assistance 10.Financial Assistance Government Programs for Entrepreneurs 1. Magna Carta for Small Enterprises 2. Kalakalan 20 3. Micro-Enterprise Development Program 4. Self-Employment Loan Assistance Program 5. Training Programs for Small and Medium Enterprises French word entreprendre which means “between taker” “go between” or “to undertake” An individual who have initiated the establishment of a business enterprise. 1734: Richard Cantillon: Entrepreneurs are non- fixed income earners who pay known costs of production but earn uncertain incomes. 1934:Schumpeter: Entrepreneurs is an innovator. He does new things or does things in a new way. 1961:David McClelland: An entrepreneur is a person with a high need for achievement. He is energetic and a moderate risk taker. 1964: Peter Drucker: An entrepreneur searches for change, responds to it and exploits opportunities. The American Heritage Dictionary defines entrepreneur as a person who organizes, operates and assumes the risk for business. The pure entrepreneurs are those who launch their business from scratch.
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