SCB No. 49 (3/2021), Volume 14

Influence of Strategic Factors on Early Internationalization of Small and Medium Enterprises in Nigeria

Akinbola Olufemi Amos – Babatolu Ayorinde Tobi – Sanni Sekinat Arike – Akinbola Omolola Sariat

The  study  on  strategic  factors  and  internationalization  of  small  medium  enterprises (SMEs) has continued to gain attention across the globe as most indigenous organization desire to take their products and services to international markets. As such, this study tried to ascertain the influence of the strategic factors element of the early internation-alization process and tendencies of firms going to foreign market within the period of one to five years which signifies early internationalization.


Employee Fidelity and the Survival of Micro and Small Scale Businesses in Nigeria

Ehiorobo Osa Abraham

This  research  examines  the  impact  of  employee  fidelity  on  the  survival  of  micro  and small  scale  enterprises  in  Nigeria.  The  mortality  rate  of  small  businesses  in  Nigeria  is alarming. Most previous studies tend to concentrate on the managerial, technical, edu-cational and even capital deficiencies of the entrepreneurs but this study focuses on the employees.


Poistné právo v kontexte legislatívy

Lujza Jurkovičová

The paper deals with European sources of insurance law. In the first part of this paper, we present the theoretical basis for insurance. The first part includes a brief history and development of insurance.


Microeconomic Aspects of Franchising

Jozef Orgonáš

The  present  arrangement  of  franchising  is  a  very  popular  business  form.  It  is  a  very dynamic form of making business. The form is very modern and conservative at once. It ́s modern enough and at the same time approved, to represent the possible visionary way  of  the  entrepreneurship  in  the  21stcentury.