“Smaller businesses and start-ups have more scope for professional growth”, the title itself is big…;) but anyways let me tell you why i feel so……
Business in India are not only huge ones but also small and medium scale companies or the start-ups which requires professional growth in order to expand in a better way.
Smaller businesses are those business which have started but lack management skills and expertise and are not well versed with the management concepts and conventions and principles which need a professional touch to grow. Some of them are cottage industries, ancillary units, handicraft industries are so small and if they given a professional mixture of modern principles it can also grow in a better way and they also can expand themselves can bring in FDIs and increase GDPs of the country.
Same also with the start-ups. They have just started their businesses and still need to grow very much as they too need practical and professional touch. These industries can grow well if there is planning, co-ordination of all members and through modern principles of management they can have that professional touch in them..
But they have to keep a watch as to when and where these principles have to be applied otherwise they will land up to nothing. So being conscious at least and practical will help to them to grow at a faster pace and they will have many opportunities in front of them waiting for them.
I m not a has-been I m a will-be
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