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Edexcel GCSE Business Studies

Unit 1 - An Introduction To Small Business

1.1: Spotting A Business Opportunity

1.1.1: Understanding Customer Needs HTML5 Version
 
     
1.1.2: Market Mapping HTML5 Version        
1.1.3: Analysing Competitor Strengths and Weaknesses HTML5 Version        
1.1.4: Understanding the Need to Add Value HTML5 Version        

1.1.5: What Options Exist for Starting a Business?

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1.2: Showing Enterprise


1.2.1: What is Enterprise? HTML5 Version        
1.2.2: Thinking Creatively HTML5 Version        
1.2.3: What Questions Do Entrepreneurs Ask? HTML5 Version        
1.2.4: Invention & Innovation - Generating Business Ideas HTML5 Version        

1.2.5: Taking a Calculated Risk

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1.2.6: Other Important Enterprise Skills

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1.3: Putting a Business Idea Into Practice

1.3.1: Objectives When Starting Up  HTML5 Version        
1.3.2: The Qualities Shown By Entrepreneurs  HTML5 Version        

1.3.3: Estimating Revenues, Costs & Profits

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1.3.4: Forecasting Cash Flows

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1.3.5: Obtaining Finance

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1.4: Making The Start-up Effective

1.4.1: Customer Focus  HTML5 Version        
1.4.2: The Marketing Mix  HTML5 Version        
1.4.3: The Importance of Limited Liability  HTML5 Version        
1.4.4: Start-up Legal & Tax Issues  HTML5 Version        
1.4.5: Effective On-Time Delivery & Customer Satisfaction  HTML5 Version        

1.4.6: Recruiting, Training & Motivating Staff  HTML5 Version        

1.5: Understanding The Economic Context

1.5.1: Market Demand & Supply  HTML5 Version        
1.5.2: Impact of Changes In Interest Rates on Small Businesses  HTML5 Version        
1.5.3: Impact of Changes In Exchange Rates  HTML5 Version        
1.5.4: How Do Business Cycles Affect Small Businesses?  HTML5 Version        
1.5.5: What Effect Do Business Decisions Have On Stakeholders?  HTML5 Version