In an attempt to reduce costs and improve the use of resources devoted to the subject, a bill proposes integrating into a single institution the organizations dedicated to promoting entrepreneurship.
The aim of the bill is for the current bodies DIGEPYME, INAPYME, PRONAMYPE, FODEMIPYME, PROPYME and CONICIT to be integrated into a single entity and a with single fund to maximize resources, reduce paperwork and costs.
The practical sharing economy is keeping pace with digital communications and logistics systems finely tuned to all size markets.
And this realization already extends beyond using Airbnb to rent an apartment for vacation or a using Uber to make a journey. If you need a drill for a couple of hours to hang new curtains, why buy it if it is something which afterwards you will only use occasionally? Rent it. Surely someone in your neighborhood has a drill that they once bought to hang their own curtains, and is willing to rent it for less than a new one costs.
The mere announcement of the arrival in Costa Rica of the private transport network has already generated projects that result in benefits for consumers.
Competition is always good, and its actual existence in any market produces better use of available resources, bringing benefits for society in terms of better products and services and reducing costs.
A bill is proposing that new small businesses pay no income tax in the first year of operation, pay 25% of the total amount in the second year and 50% in the third year.
According to the text, during the first year of activity, this kind of new small businesses should not be taxed. For the second year, the obligation changes to 25% of the total amount of income and then increase to 50% in the third year of operation.
While the ambition of being a state employee grows, in the last two years the number of start up enterprises or early-stage companies fell by 35%.
The decrease was observed in all types of enterprises, both those in initial stages, when wages had been paid for less than three months, as well as those in the gestation phase, in which companies have paid salaries to employees for more than three months.
The best way to generate entrepreneurship and innovation is not bringing people together in boring classrooms led by public officials who will never be entrepreneurs or innovative themselves, but by leaving space in the market for those who do have the courage and skills to be so.
Analysis of the overall growth of Uber, an international company that connects its customers to a transport network using software for mobile phones, is the basis for the development of a concept which states that the greater the freedom of competition is, the better products and services will be for consumers, and the greater economic development.
It is remarkable how the role of the State has been misrepresented, especially in some countries in the region. The primary functions of governments are being carried out at half measures or not being done at all: the insecurity of people and goods is increasing, justice is neither swift nor effective, health and education services are only for those who can afford them, and public infrastructure is a far cry from the taxes that correspond to paying for it.
In order to solve problems entrepreneurs are seeking new ways of behaving, while most managers use logical thinking, directly related to established processes.
An article in Nacion.com reports that "... A research team of neuroscientists and academics from business schools in Italy and Switzerland have used an fMRI to capture images of the brains of entrepreneurs and managers who performed a task consisting in the search for alternative approaches to solve a problem, something scholars call 'exploration'. "
To be successful you need a good idea to accompany an indispensable ability and entrepreneurial drive.
A report entitled "Entrepreneurship in Latin America: A Lot of Companies and Little Innovation," prepared by the World Bank (WB), reports that in the region one in three workers are self-employed or a small employer. However, most of them rarely hire workers and remain small, even after decades of operation.
Nine of the most prominent success stories of innovation and entrepreneurship registered in the country in recent years have been showcased.
In 2012, BodyGuard Box, won first place in the sixth edition of the National Award for Business Innovation." This is a company that sells software which allows people to avoid accidents in areas where loads are handled and was developed by a Panamanian university student," reports Capital.com.pa.
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