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Best Entrepreneurship Final Year Research Project Topics With Abstract by gomtas: 11:10am On Feb 15, 2018
1. SMALL SCALE BUSINESS AS A STRATEGY FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION In every business there is a way of doing things or a system adopted by the firm in order to achieve its objectives and goal leads to their growth, which is also a means of promoting entrepreneur practice in Nigeria. This practical entrepreneur development in Nigeria is the main target of every nation and the impact of business to realise this growth is the subject of small...Continue Reading »

65 pages | 885 engagements |

2. ENTERPRENEURIAL DEVELOPMENT AND IT'S IMPACT IN OUR ECONOMY

» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY The worldwide economic depression of the early 80’s caused a rapid deterioration of the Nigeria economy. The output shrank to an all time local and commercial activities, which were consequently reduced, leading to the loss of employment opportunities in the country. Therefore, by the end of 1985, the unemployment situation in Nigeria had increased it...Continue Reading »

65 pages | 539 engagements |

3. ENTREPRENEURIAL DEVELOPMENT AND ITS IMPACT ON OUR ECONOMY

» CHAPTER ONE 1.1 GENERAL BACKGROUND OF THE SUBJECT MATER The worldwide economic depression of the early 80’s caused a rapid detonation toNigeria economy. Thus, industrial output Shrank to an extents on local and commercial activities were consequently opportunities in the country. Therefore, by the end of 1988, the unemployment situations, a...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 471 engagements |

4. THE ROLE OF SMALL SCALE BUSINESS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF A NATION

» CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION. Small scale industries play a vital role in the Material welfare of many nations today’s especially the developing nations. They makes specific contributions depending on the form and objectives. Some produces raw materials, distribute products or provide services while others them the raw materials into finished goods or products. The need of ...Continue Reading »

65 pages | 493 engagements |



5. THE ROLE OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT (1990-2015)

» Abstract This study examined the role of financial institutions in agricultural development.( A case study of Nigeria Agricultural Cooperative and Rural Development Bank) with a view to make useful suggestions and recommendations as way of enhancing the development of agricultural sector. The population of the study includes large and small scale farmers and the sampling method adopted for the stu...Continue Reading »

65 pages | 330 engagements |

6. THE IMPACT OF TAXATION ON SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE BUSINESS IN NIGERIA

» Abstract The study was carried out to find out the impact of taxes on small and medium scale business enterprises in Nigeria.The study aimed at assessing the performance of business enterprises in Nigeria, finding out if tax payers are aware of all their tax obligations, policies and problems affecting them as well as their businesses. The study applied both qualitative and quantitative research d...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 457 engagements |

7. FINANCIAL PROBLEMS AND SURVIVAL STRATEGIES OF SMALL SCALE ENTERPRISES

» ABSTRACT The study was carried out to examine the financial Problems and Survival Strategies of Small Scale enterprise in Aguata Local Government Area of Anambra State. The purpose of the study is to find out the financial problems and survival strategies of small and medium scale enterprises. Four research questions and four null hypotheses were raised. The sample size was 140. Questionnaire wa...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 322 engagements |

8. ENTREPRENEURIAL DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE AND MICRO ENTERPRISE SUSTENANCE

» ABSTRACT This study evaluates entrepreneurial development initiatives and micro enterprise sustenance in Awka metropolis. The objective of this study is to determine the entrepreneurial initiatives that can sustain micro enterprises, to investigate the extent entrepreneurial initiatives can reduce unemployment and to identify the challenges of entrepreneurial development initiatives on micro enter...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 298 engagements |

9. AN APPRAISAL OF PERFORMANCE OF SMALL SCALE ENTERPRISES IN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

» Abstract This study examines an appraisal of performance of small scale enterprises in community development; evidence from Anambra south senatorial zone, Anambra state. Specifically the study provides the reasons for going into SMEs; sources of financing SMEs; role of SMEs in community development and factors militating against SMEs in community development. The researchers distributed 143 questi...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 313 engagements |



10. THE EFFECT OF ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS ON THE SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE BUSINESS IN NIGERIA

» CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF STUDY Oshimili North LGA with headquarters at Akwukwu Igbo was created out of the defunct Oshimili LGA in December, 1996. It has a population of about 80,000 people who are predominantly operating Small and Medium Scale businesses. There is controversy that small and medium scale business in any country where they operate play impo...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 375 engagements |

11. THE IMPACT OF ENTREPRENEURIAL EDUCATION ON ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTIONS AMONG UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

» ABSTRACT The general objective of this study is to determine the impact of entrepreneurial education, personal attitude, social norm and perceived behavioural control on entrepreneurial intentions. Entrepreneurial intention is concerned with the inclination of a person to start an entrepreneurial activity in the future. It is a key determinant of the action of new venture creation determined by ex...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 407 engagements |

12. FACTORS INFLUENCING ENTREPRENEURIAL PERFORMANCE IN SMALL SCALE BUSINESS
» ABSTRACT This research work, the Factors Influencing Entrepreneurial Performance of Small Scale Business. The general objectives of this study are to assess the factor that influence entrepreneurial performance in small and medium scale enterprise (SMEs) and also to assess how each factor identified affects the success of the of the entrepreneur in small scale business. The primary data for this r...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 334 engagements |

13. DETERMINANTS OF ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTIONS AMONG FRESH GRADUATES IN NIGERIA

» ABSTRACT The importance of fresh graduates in a developing country like Nigeria cannot be overemphasized, therefore, priority should be given to the study of the factors that spur entrepreneurial intentions among graduates in Nigeria with a view to promoting better policies and programs aimed at redirecting emphasis on entrepreneurship as a tool for economic growth and development. This study seek...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 376 engagements |

14. PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY OF NIGERIAN MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

» HAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Academics and practitioners have been striving to establish and agreed upon definitions of the concept of corporate social responsibility for over 30 years. Davis (1960) suggested that social responsibility refers to businesses’ “decisions and actions taken for reasons at least partially beyond the firm’s direct economic or tech...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 511 engagements |

15. AN APPRAISAL OF SUCCESS CRITERIA FOR ENTREPRENUERSHIP BUSINESS IN NIGERIA

» BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Management School of EntrepreneurshipThe management school suggests that an entrepreneur is a person who organizes or manages a business undertaking, assuming the risk for the sake of profit (Webster, 1966). Within this perspective, it is believed that entrepreneurship can be developed through conscious learning. In most cases, failure in entrepreneurial activities is att...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 338 engagements |

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