Smaller businesses and start-ups have more scope for professional growth.

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Tina said:   7 years ago
Start-ups like a boon for India as well for an individual, more start-up, more professional growth, more job opportunity, less dependency on a foreign company, a more experience (key for success) increase in the economic condition of India. Would it possible to get over a night. Have to be patient (which is the basic need to get anything), have to be prepared for ups-down, but at the end whatever will get would be incomparable with any blood sucking routine job.

Yogesh said:   7 years ago
I think starting our own business is very good idea but you have to think globally, in every sector there is competition. So start up with big capital is more risky so you have research the market.

Ashish Goel said:   7 years ago
According to my point of view the start up can give more growth if the person is ready to take huge risk and can wait for the growth as there are so many person who want early success so for them the startups are not the right place.

Pooja said:   8 years ago
Indeed start ups can give more experience than any M&C as you get to explore different fields. You can execute any of your wild ideas and see if it actually works in the real world, which you will never experience in any big company and hence delivering job satisfaction along with professional growth.

Hemant prajapat said:   8 years ago
I think, if you want to success in your life so you can take a risk. In business you take a risk with full planning then no one can stop you to achieve a predetermined goals or objective. And business depends on risk so all time think be positive.

Adolescent said:   8 years ago
Hi guys,

I'm be-positive that might be I am a positive thinker. I believe the growth of the business is depends upon a businessman. His hardwork, innovation, ability and ideas will lead him to success.

So keep focus on your business what ever it is, retailer or large scale units, work hard invest money on business you will get the benefit in near future. You might be failed but don't give up try hard. Grab the power and get won.

Ashish bhutada said:   8 years ago
Hi, I am aashish bhutada.

Problems regarding thinking any start up is, product brought into market is already being set up by some other which is already running on large scale.

So how to tackle it sir.

Saubhiknayak said:   8 years ago
Every business starts with an initial creative idea. When idea is converted into action a business is established. Starting a small business with minimum capital is the best option because their is minimum risk. The preferences of the consumers cannot be predicted due to the diverse competition in marketing world. They can switch from one product to another so investing huge amount of capital is worthless without knowing the outcome.

Haribabu said:   8 years ago
Hello friends,

I would like to share my view.

Small/start up company provides a good chance for the professional growth. But it also lacks the exposure for modern technology and management. I am working on a MNC and dealing supplier.

What I have seen is the broad vision and exposure to the modern technology, management or concept which you get in a larger MNC is certainly missing.

When it comes for family run business, you generally takes the learning front your elders which is most of the time is last generation thinking.

I am not against the start up companies. Certainly you get more learning from the small companies, which you can never get in a large MNC.

But you need to get exposure to the larger MNC by which you can harness your skill on long term thinking, vision and strategy. Also need to spend time and energy on training. Spend few pennies on people development and continuously update along with the industry.

Abhay Nahata said:   8 years ago
In my opinion definitely smaller business and start ups have a good scope for professional growth as majority of the Indian population is middle class and thus they have a limited purchasing power. They prefer to go for products and services which falls within their range.

While most of the large business set ups sell their products at a price which is above the budgets of the common class. Greater initiatives by the government like the"Make in India" programs further encourages the people to start businesses and again as most of the Indian population is middle class they have limited capital to start with.

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