Download Entrepreneurial Icebreakers: Insights and Case Studies from by J. Prats, M. Sosna, S. Sysko-Romanczuk, Sylwia PDF

By J. Prats, M. Sosna, S. Sysko-Romanczuk, Sylwia Sysko-Roma?czuk

This booklet offers key insights in regards to the demanding situations and the techniques they utilized. All businesses are featured in 15 teachable case reports – able to use in entrepreneurship and approach classes – that characterize a extensive point of variety in regards to nations, industries, issues, development levels, demanding situations and internationalization options.

Show description

Read Online or Download Entrepreneurial Icebreakers: Insights and Case Studies from Internationally Successful Central and Eastern European Entrepreneurs PDF

Best eastern books

Autobiography and Authorship in Renaissance Verse (Early Modern Literature in History)

The arrival of quite reasonable variants within the mid-16th century produced an explosion of verse, a lot of which represented the 1st individual speaker as a model of the writer. This booklet examines ways that writers, usually looking development of their careers, harnessed verse for self-promotional reasons.

The Leader Cult in Communist Dictatorships: Stalin and the Eastern Bloc

The 1st ebook to investigate the specific chief cults that flourished within the period of 'High Stalinism' as a vital part of the process of dictatorial rule within the Soviet Union and japanese Europe. Fifteen reports discover the way those cults have been proven, their functionality and operation, their dissemination and reception, where of the cults in artwork and literature, the exportation of the Stalin cult and its implantment within the communist states of jap Europe, and the effect which de-Stalinisation had on those cults.

Extra info for Entrepreneurial Icebreakers: Insights and Case Studies from Internationally Successful Central and Eastern European Entrepreneurs

Sample text

Petersburg. His engineer’s salary was insufficient to support his two children and wife, so he looked for ways to make extra money on the side. It was the 1980s and blue jeans were fashionable and prestigious, but virtually impossible to buy. Boris and a few friends signed up to take men’s tailoring classes and set out to sell blue jeans. It was his first venture. He bought two sewing machines and fabric from foreign sailors. After a year and a half of working at the machine-factory during the day and sewing jeans at night, Boris decided it was time for a change.

The company is a world-class manufacturer of hospital and nursing beds and sells in over 90 countries around the world. Dávid Tibor, CEO of Masterplast Group. The firm was set up in 1997 in Hungary and is a leading producer and distributor of construction industry products, selling to 28 countries and employing workers in 13 countries. Modesat was set up in Estonia in 2005 by Tarmo Pihl and his co-founders. The company designs high-performance wireless backhaul solutions that allow mobile networks to multiply the amount of data transmitted.

2). 2 1995 1996 1997 Average bank credit to enterprise (in percentage of GDP) Note: Outstanding bank loans to domestic nonfinancial enterprises, all types of ownership, end of period. Data shown are unweighted averages of regions. Included in the CEE countries are Albania, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, FYR Macedonia, Hungary, Poland, the Slovak Republic and Slovenia; the Baltic states comprise Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania; the CIS covers Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Ukraine.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.64 of 5 – based on 14 votes