MICRO AND SMALL ENTERPRISES MANAGEMENT: MAIN ADMINISTRATIVE DIFFICULTIES OBSERVED IN CONSTRUCTION SECTOR ENTERPRISES
Keywords:Management, Entrepreneurship, Construction.
This paper analyzes the main difficulties in managing of Micro and Small enterprises of construction sector in Jundiai city. For this, a survey was done with 51 entrepreneurs and the difficulties analyzed in nine categories. Some results stand out among many others presented in this paper, such as 46% of respondents indicated that the tax burden as one of the most problematic aspects in economic and financial management, 41% who reported differences between the theoretical and real inventory and 52% who have problems in the strategic management of their business. Finally, it emphasizes that this research presents a deductive character and their results are valid only focused for entrepreneurs reported sample.
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