When the United States began sending combat forces to Vietnam in 1965, the American economy became overstimulated by the war expenses, resulting in higher wages, higher prices, and significant inflation.
After starting in 1979 with a single retail outlet in Los Angeles, the video rental industry boomed during the 1980’s and became a fixture in consumers’ spending during the 1990’s, grossing an average of $1 billion yearly.
A brief, concise statement by an organization of what it needs to become is called a vision statement. The vision statement should motivate and inspire the organization’s employees and be shared with the businesses’ owners, customers, and suppliers.
A visa is an endorsement in a passport allowing an individual to enter a country for purposes of travel or work. Business visas allow foreigners to enter and work in the United States. Often mistakenly referred to as GREEN CARDS because of their color, business visas are temporary nonimmigrant visas
Viral marketing occurs when a marketing message influences people to pass on the message to other potential customers. Similar to a biological virus, viral marketing has the potential to never end. The idea motivating viral marketing is to succeed by means of numerical power.
There are several different business models for companies to create sound business practices. Vertical integration is the model that allows a company to control aspects of its business by owning other companies.
In its rawest form, venture capital is the money invested in young, rapidly growing businesses—in essence, the important startup CAPITAL needed by new businesses. It is invested in high-risk situations with a compensating high expectation of return. To produce such compensations, usually a notable portion of the startup ownership is apportioned to these investors, the venture capitalists.