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French Business P1

Brasil Pakistan France
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photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli There’s a new law for all the French entrepreneurship, a way to stay safe just in case that the new idea doesn’t work. They have to subscribe is a special program that they will give them back the money that they have invested or even if they have acquire some deft.
The law is established since January 2011 State Help Meetic
Dailymotion
Ventes-privées
Free Example The ages go before arriveing to the 20’s
And olther than 60’s
Must of them are men, only few women try to be an entrepreneur. Gender equity One-person enterprises / self-employed
Part- time entrepreneurs
Parallel entrepreneurs
Serial entrepreneurs
Business transfers and successions Types of Entrepreneurs FRANCE PAKISTÁN MOST CRUCIAL SECTOR Brazil is a leader in entrepreneurship, with an estimated one in eight adults being “entrepreneurs.” Much of the business that occurs in Brazil is done by single businesspeople either selling their homemade goods or providing their services.
It is simple for a local businessperson to open a business by, in most cases, circumventing the typical red tape associated with starting a business. The regulatory boards are so poorly managed and so open to bribes that local entrepreneurs can easily sneak by without following proper procedure. For foreign businesspeople it is much more difficult.
New programs have recently been started to help women become even more involved. Opportunity based entrepreneurship and need based entrepreneurship are close to being equal.
One of the major problems to getting started in Brazil is paperwork. Bureaucracy in Brazil is very bad and it takes a while for things to get through certain channels. Despite this, Brazil ranks very high on the Global Entrepreneurship Model (GEM) list of countries with the highest entrepreneurial activity. Enterpreneurship – Gender Equity Increase in the number of jobs
Brazil achieved a record in the creation of formal jobs in 2010. According to information from Caged (General Roll of Employment and Unemployment), disseminated by the Ministry of Labor and Employment, 2.52 million formal jobs were recorded. Before that, the highest number had been registered in 2007, with the creation of 1.617 million jobs.
Average rate of unemployment in metropolitan areas in 2010 
6.7% (average from January to December)

Average income in metropolitan areas in 2010
R$ 1,490.61 per month 

Minimum wage in 2011
R$ 545.00

Average Admission Salary in 2010 
R$ 832.43 (from January to November)

Economically Active Population (PEA) in 2009
62% of the Brazilian population of 10 years of age or more Rol of State:
Labor, Employment and Income Club Entrepreneurs Agro ParisTech
Club Entrepreneurs CCIP Paris/Advancia
Club Entrepreneurs AAE ENSIMAG
Club Université DAUPHINE Entrepreneurs
Club Entrepreneurs ENSAE
Club Entrepreneurs ESCP EUROPE
Club ESSEC PME - PMI
Groupement HEC Entreprendre
Club Entrepreneurs Agro ParisTech
Club Entrepreneurs IAE de Paris Sorbonne
Club Entrepreneurs SUPELEC
Club Entrepreneurs Telecom ParisTech
Club Entrepreneurs Telecom Bretagne
Club des Créateurs d'Entreprises AI ESME
- associations de créateurs et chefs d'entreprises
ARMIR
CEFT: Club des Entrepreneurs Français des Telecoms
CJD Paris
Comité Bougainville
Créer  & Entreprendre Clubs for Entrepreneurships Business
Investments
Healthcare
Software Sectors France Entrepreneurship Mean age of entrepreneur, 42 years.
Enterprises 12 years.
60% have school education and 30% have college or better education only 10% have professional or graduation level.
Most of training is as a family member. Technically they are very skilled in heredity business. New generation has professional education.
Majority started in a small way with less than 10 workers and 1/2 to 2/3 of the firms started with less than50,000 investments ENTREPREUNORS http://techcrunch.com/2011/12/18/building-a-company-in-brazil-an-american-entrepreneurs-perspective/ Brazilian entrepreneurs have produced some great companies such as Apontador, Vostu, Bucaspé, Peixe Urbano, Compra3, Fashion.me, to name a few. But it hasn’t come easy. Founders not only have to build great companies, which is hard enough, they have to do it in suboptimal conditions. There is a scarcity of resources at their disposal to help them grow. Entrepreneural companies In 2004, Brazil was the 3rd largest export market for U.S. goods and services.
In 2004 Brazil’s GDP exceeded $812 Billion Dollars.
Sometimes Highest TEA level in the world.
South America’s dominant economy.
Part of MERCOSUL, 2nd largest customs union in the world and fourth largest consumer market with a GDP of $221.44 Billion Dollars.
In 2004 Brazil’s population exceeded 177 million
More than 79 million people in the workforce.
Majority of their industrial activity is concentrated in the south.
Brazil’s landmass is larger than the U.S. at 3,290,000 sq. mi.
World’s 4th largest road system and a large % of the world’s navigable rivers. Enterpreneurship in Brasil 58th in the economic competitiveness ranking (World Economic Forum in September of 2010, which analyzed 139 countries).
Market size (10th place)
Business sophistication (31st)
Macroeconomic environment (111th)
Efficiency in the assets market (114th).
Innovation and sophistication (38th)
Promoters of efficiency (44th)
Basic requirements for competitiveness (86th) BRASIL Mr Malika Riaz
Owner of bahria Town (Luxury housing Society in Pakistan).
He starts as a “lowly Clerk”
Then, he moved on “contracting business” carrying his bussines til Malasya.
In Malasya he launched Bahria Town. Rozhaneh Zafa
Auto part dealer (man dominant business).
Buys/Sells autoparts Motorbike.
Way to survive since her husband died 10 years ago.
Now she employs five men on the job.
Sucessful auto part dealer. Examples of entrepreneurship Retail.
Technology.
Transport Industry.
Food. Most crucial sectors Just written… Stimulate innovative activities in the economy
Encourage absorption of technology
Create competitive business environment
Providing access to finance
Developing a technically competent labour force Rol of the State Entrepreneurship is a process through which individuals identify opporunities, allocate resources, and create value. entrepreneurship Vanessa López
Lorena Marqués
Pamela Morales Pakistan Brazil France gender inequalities Easier for men because of culture, religion and society Give Wumen entrepreneurs:
Pre-feasibility Studies
Exhibitions
Marketing Assistance
Business Plan
Facilitation for Financing
Training programs
Technical Assistance There’s a new law for all the French entrepreneurship, a way to stay safe just in case that the new idea doesn’t work. They have to subscribe is a special program that they will give them back the money that they have invested or even if they have acquire some deft.
The law is established since January 2011 State Help Meetic
Dailymotion
Ventes-privées
Free Example Business
Investments
Healthcare
Software Sectors The ages go before arriveing to the 20’s
And olther than 60’s
Must of them are men, only few women try to be an entrepreneur. Gender equity France Entrepreneurship PAKISTÁN MOST CRUCIAL SECTOR Brazil is a leader in entrepreneurship, with an estimated one in eight adults being “entrepreneurs.” Much of the business that occurs in Brazil is done by single businesspeople either selling their homemade goods or providing their services.
It is simple for a local businessperson to open a business by, in most cases, circumventing the typical red tape associated with starting a business. The regulatory boards are so poorly managed and so open to bribes that local entrepreneurs can easily sneak by without following proper procedure. For foreign businesspeople it is much more difficult.
New programs have recently been started to help women become even more involved. Opportunity based entrepreneurship and need based entrepreneurship are close to being equal.
One of the major problems to getting started in Brazil is paperwork. Bureaucracy in Brazil is very bad and it takes a while for things to get through certain channels. Despite this, Brazil ranks very high on the Global Entrepreneurship Model (GEM) list of countries with the highest entrepreneurial activity. Enterpreneurship – Gender Equity Increase in the number of jobs
Brazil achieved a record in the creation of formal jobs in 2010. According to information from Caged (General Roll of Employment and Unemployment), disseminated by the Ministry of Labor and Employment, 2.52 million formal jobs were recorded. Before that, the highest number had been registered in 2007, with the creation of 1.617 million jobs.
Average rate of unemployment in metropolitan areas in 2010 
6.7% (average from January to December)

Average income in metropolitan areas in 2010
R$ 1,490.61 per month 

Minimum wage in 2011
R$ 545.00

Average Admission Salary in 2010 
R$ 832.43 (from January to November)

Economically Active Population (PEA) in 2009
62% of the Brazilian population of 10 years of age or more Rol of State:
Labor, Employment and Income Club Entrepreneurs Agro ParisTech
Club Entrepreneurs CCIP Paris/Advancia
Club Entrepreneurs AAE ENSIMAG
Club Université DAUPHINE Entrepreneurs
Club Entrepreneurs ENSAE
Club Entrepreneurs ESCP EUROPE
Club ESSEC PME - PMI
Groupement HEC Entreprendre
Club Entrepreneurs Agro ParisTech
Club Entrepreneurs IAE de Paris Sorbonne
Club Entrepreneurs SUPELEC
Club Entrepreneurs Telecom ParisTech
Club Entrepreneurs Telecom Bretagne
Club des Créateurs d'Entreprises AI ESME
- associations de créateurs et chefs d'entreprises
ARMIR
CEFT: Club des Entrepreneurs Français des Telecoms
CJD Paris
Comité Bougainville
Créer  & Entreprendre Clubs for Entrepreneurships One-person enterprises / self-employed
Part- time entrepreneurs
Parallel entrepreneurs
Serial entrepreneurs
Business transfers and successions Types of Entrepreneurs FRANCE Retail.
Technology.
Transport Industry.
Food. Most crucial sectors http://techcrunch.com/2011/12/18/building-a-company-in-brazil-an-american-entrepreneurs-perspective/ Brazilian entrepreneurs have produced some great companies such as Apontador, Vostu, Bucaspé, Peixe Urbano, Compra3, Fashion.me, to name a few. But it hasn’t come easy. Founders not only have to build great companies, which is hard enough, they have to do it in suboptimal conditions. There is a scarcity of resources at their disposal to help them grow. Entrepreneural companies In 2004, Brazil was the 3rd largest export market for U.S. goods and services.
In 2004 Brazil’s GDP exceeded $812 Billion Dollars.
Sometimes Highest TEA level in the world.
South America’s dominant economy.
Part of MERCOSUL, 2nd largest customs union in the world and fourth largest consumer market with a GDP of $221.44 Billion Dollars.
In 2004 Brazil’s population exceeded 177 million
More than 79 million people in the workforce.
Majority of their industrial activity is concentrated in the south.
Brazil’s landmass is larger than the U.S. at 3,290,000 sq. mi.
World’s 4th largest road system and a large % of the world’s navigable rivers. Enterpreneurship in Brasil 58th in the economic competitiveness ranking (World Economic Forum in September of 2010, which analyzed 139 countries).
Market size (10th place)
Business sophistication (31st)
Macroeconomic environment (111th)
Efficiency in the assets market (114th).
Innovation and sophistication (38th)
Promoters of efficiency (44th)
Basic requirements for competitiveness (86th) BRASIL Mr Malika Riaz
Owner of bahria Town (Luxury housing Society in Pakistan).
He starts as a “lowly Clerk”
Then, he moved on “contracting business” carrying his bussines til Malasya.
In Malasya he launched Bahria Town. Rozhaneh Zafa
Auto part dealer (man dominant business).
Buys/Sells autoparts Motorbike.
Way to survive since her husband died 10 years ago.
Now she employs five men on the job.
Sucessful auto part dealer. Examples of entrepreneurship Mean age of entrepreneur, 42 years.
Enterprises 12 years.
60% have school education and 30% have college or better education only 10% have professional or graduation level.
Most of training is as a family member. Technically they are very skilled in heredity business. New generation has professional education.
Majority started in a small way with less than 10 workers and 1/2 to 2/3 of the firms started with less than50,000 investments ENTREPREUNORS Just written… Stimulate innovative activities in the economy
Encourage absorption of technology
Create competitive business environment
Providing access to finance
Developing a technically competent labour force Rol of the State Entrepreneurship is a process through which individuals identify opporunities, allocate resources, and create value. entrepreneurship gender inequalities Easier for men because of culture, religion and society Give Wumen entrepreneurs:
Pre-feasibility Studies
Exhibitions
Marketing Assistance
Business Plan
Facilitation for Financing
Training programs
Technical Assistance Vanessa López
Lorena Marqués
Pamela Morales Pakistan Brazil France
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