Narayan Chandra Samal
Business doesn’t mean floating a company.
It means creating markets & satisfying customers.
It means maintaining goodwill & attracting investors.
Business doesn’t mean making only profit.
It means successfully running of the unit.
It means controlling of cost without considering with quality.
Business doesn’t mean baying & selling.
It means effective utilization of the resource.
It means creating friendly atmosphere inside the premises.
Business doesn’t mean investing money.
It means management of man, machine & material.
It means exercising of effective inventory control.
Business doesn’t mean money management.
It means planning, organizing, motivating & controlling.
It means meeting customers demand, timely production & selling.
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