This Case is about ENTREPRENEURSHIP

PUBLICATION DATE: August 08, 2012 PRODUCT #: W12121-PDF-ENG

While on a trip to Haiti, a pupil entrepreneur realized the possibility of economic development in a nation which was almost unexplored and rich in specific resources by the private sector. The entrepreneur determined on java as a business opportunity and his three associates and he imported their very first burlap sack. For sale the merchandise was by November 2011 – a superior java from Southeastern Haiti with a brand focused on helping sustainability and the redevelopment of the Haitian coffee business. Following the merchandise satisfied with success, the entrepreneur and his associates were prepared to make an additional investment. Yet, additionally they understood that such an investment would be a    high-risk.

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