Chapter 3 Company, Branch of Industry, Business Column and Legal Forms
He / she who refuses to work (still longer) about 8 hours a day and 5 days a week, not every week in a year, for ‘a boss’, but instead will work every minute for him / herself, is ready to set up a company. Of course, you need to have ideas about the market(s) you think you will be able to serve, with which products, how to make them (at least partly), and so on. And when you knock on the door of the bank, they want to know more about you personally. Finally, just start with your business.
Just before the described Legal Forms in Nederland, England, France and USA, literal quotation: In history, we now go back a moment to where it once started with companies. The VOC (a historical name) was founded in 1602 in the Netherlands. It grew steadily to become the largest trading company in the world at the time and it was the first company with freely tradable shares. In many countries there are other but often comparable legal forms with those according to Dutch law.
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SUMMARY up to and including CHAPTER 3
We now have some ideas, some general knowledge and we control Money Calculus. Furthermore, our company has an appropriate legal form. Neatly registered in the trade register. With all sorts of numbers, including a PO Box and a VAT number. Then we will face the next problem: investments will have to be made, in some things. We are so far now. Actually, still nowhere. See the next chapter for the first major issue we meet: the investment issue.
This book harshly criticizes out-of-date Business Economics textbooks.
You are very poorly trained in Business Economics even at Business Schools that ignore this book.
A self-study book, hardly needing a teacher. Necessary also for many managers in companies to improve their own performance.
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