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Chapter 1 : 

SMEs are Big Businesses Chapter 1 Chapter 1

Definition of SMEs : 

Definition of SMEs Independently owned and managed business that does not dominate its market

Two Types of SMEs : 

Two Types of SMEs Lifestyle Businesses: Small businesses intended to provide the owner with a comfortable livelihood. Lifestyle businesses are not designed to grow into large enterprises. 2.    High-growth Ventures: Small businesses intended to achieve rapid growth and high profits on investment.

Ulker : 

Ulker Ülker was established in 1944 with 3 employees, now has 58 active companies, 6 different divisions and 21 thousands personnels, 18 thousands in country, 3 thousands in out of the country.Turkey’s fourth largest consumer brand and the leader in five product categories.

Story of GOOGLE : 

Story of GOOGLE SAN FRANCISCO, California (AP) -- In five mind-blowing years, Google has blossomed from a nerdy college experiment to a mainstream sensation so ubiquitous that its goofy name is now synonymous with looking things up. Google's co-founders, Larry Page, left, and Sergey Brin rest on bean bags at Google's headquarters.

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Why Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs)?

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What is the importance of SMEs?

Importance in the Economy : 

Importance in the Economy Turkey 99.5% of all manufacturing enterprises 61.1% of employment in manufacturing Job Creation Innovation Importance to Big Businesses

The Importance of Small Business in the U.S. : 

The Importance of Small Business in the U.S. Figure 3–2

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Since the beginning of the history, human being is trying to be indepedendent and produce by himself. SMEs are the places where people can show their skills, abilities, creativity.......

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SMEs play a key role in the evolution of new findings new ideas. Part time job Thus for the improvement of the welafare of the humanity.

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SMEs are more customer oriented. SMEs are the backbone of the market economy. Expenditure for management is less, so product price will be lower.

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Distribution of production and industrialisation over the country is mostly done by SMEs. In the long-run SMEs provides the basis of the input of the big producers. Small earnings of the families contri-butes to direct pro-duction. Relation of the employees with the employers are close, increasing the motivation.

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During the war time or after a natural disaster, SMEs can continue their production.

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Examples from some countries sh-owing the impor-tance of SMEs.

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98% of all the businness are SMEs. 46.5% of the total employee work in SMEs. 48% of the manufacturing industry. TURKEY

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Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus 98% of all the businness are SMEs. 80% of the total employee work in SMEs.

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Italy 99% of all the businness are SMEs. 78% of the total employee work in SMEs.

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98% of all the businesses are SMEs. 50% of GNP is produced by SMEs. Germany

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Every year; 300,000 new SMEs established 250,000 close Therefore; 50,000 SMEs are successful. Germany

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Japan Classification of SMEs are done according to the sectors.

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There are 6,470,000 SMEs. 99.1% of all the businesses. 76.5% of labors. 51.7% of the manufacturing industry. 62.1% of Wholesale sales. 78% of Retail sales.

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