Feasibility Study of a Proposed Entrepreneurial Venture


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This feasibility study of a proposed entrepreneurial venture for outsourcing information technology management will provide a clear illustration of the viability and proposed sustainability. The purpose of the study is to demonstrate the basic market, operational, and economic viability of this proposed enterprise. An executive study will provide a foundation for the feasibility to expand. Critical aspects of the study will be illustrated, as well as financial projections. In summary, the feasibility study for the proposed entrepreneurial venture will delineate an original concept for an entrepreneurial, growth-oriented venture.
Feasibility Study of a Proposed Entrepreneurial Venture
Outsourcing Information Technology Management...
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..... the entrepreneurial venture proposal.
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