Entrepreneurs, et al. : for post pandemic business startups / Shane Patrick Irvine, BSL.JDMaterial type: TextPublisher: [Estados Unidos de América] : [Publicador no identificado], 2020Description: 397 páginas : 23 cm.Content type: texto Media type: sin mediación Carrier type: volumenISBN: 9798686358621.Subject(s): Creación de empresas | Crisis económica | Desempleo | Desarrollo económico | Gestión empresarial -- Aspectos económicos | Coronavirus -- Aspectos socialesDDC classification: 658.04
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Chapter 1: Entrepreneurship ; Chapter 2: Strategic management ; Chapter 3: Insurance ; Chapter 4: Finance ; Chapter 5: Dispute resolution ; Chapter 6: Sales and marketing ; Chapter 7: Human resources ; Chapter 8: Accounting
The world was dealt a serious blow with the Covid-19 pandemic. Recovery varied by region and jobs and financial resources became scarce. The cost of formal university education had already been reaching an unsustainable plateau even before the pandemic. Millions of people suddenly lost their jobs and became faced with an entrepreneurial endeavors quickly became the new business norm as many people had no choice except to go to work for themselves.
With major corporations and government entities outsourcing much of their work to avoid workplace exposure to the coronavirus, many people, mostly lower-echelon workers, were left unemployed, laid off, or had their jobs suspended. The lucky ones were able to work from home.
As a result, entrepreneurialism became the new standard for business in the United States and around the world. Many entrepreneurds had studied business science in undergraduate or graduate coursework, and were able to adapt. However, many found themselves unprepared to start or manage their own business, and going back to school was just not an option. This series of courses is designed for those who want to improve their business skills but lack the resources to go back to school. Contraportada.