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Small & Medium Enterprise Assessment in Czech Republic & Russia Using Marketing Analytics Methodology

Pramod Dasan

Central European Business Review, 2013, vol. 2013, issue 4, 39-49

Abstract: This paper aims to focus on the determinants influencing the internationalization of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Czech Republic and Russia. The objective is to investigate and evaluate the business environment and, then, examine the importance of developing and promoting entrepreneurship to allow SMEs in Czech & Russia to develop a competitive position in the international marketplace. An overview of the current economic situation facing SMEs in CZ & RU is provided. Then the factors necessary for the expansion of the business will be discussed, along with the challenges of overcoming the resource gaps to be identified. We have conducted empirical surveys along with the use of SPSS statistical tools to predict the potential of revenue growth in SME sector. Information is provided concerning the current situation for SMEs in CZ & RU and the challenges encountered as they face a business environment that is becoming more competitive. We also found that SMEs are increasingly more integrated into the global economy and not limited to regional/international activities. Quantitative analysis shows that there is significant potential for SMEs for the next couple of years despite the economic uncertainty. This paper integrates entrepreneurship, and the resource-based internationalization of SMEs in Czech Republic & Russia, specifically focusing on the use of technology.

Keywords: Entrepreneurs; International trade; Small to medium-sized enterprises; Europe; Marketing Analytics (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C40 C49 C63 C81 C83 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2013
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