Sergey Bragin lists the main consequences of “business fragmentation” and explains how to avoid common mistakes
All that is not forbidden is allowed – such a postulate has been enshrined in our heads since childhood. But far from always it comes down to direct prohibitions. I am sure that many start-up entrepreneurs do not even think about the consequences of “splitting up a business,” since they do not associate this process with something illegal. Continue reading
Alexander Kuklev, co-owner and head of the Novosibirsk company Benkoni, who managed to increase profits several times over in five crisis years, tells how small businesses can survive the crisis and grow amid the economic downturn.
For many entrepreneurs, the economic crisis is associated with a transition to a survival mode. Continue reading