This is a Danish version. In 2005, the Danish owner-manager Kim Bengtsson relauched his traditional carpentry business as a producer of allotment houses by the name KB Fritidshuse. He worked alone but after consuting the local business council, he decides to employ two people to promote sales and development. However, two years later, it appears that the investment was unsound and he fires the employees. The question is how Kim Bengtsson can develop and eventually transfer the ownership of his company.
|Publikationsdato||9 aug. 2017|
|Status||Udgivet - 9 aug. 2017|
Bibliografisk noteCase - Reference no. DK317-0305-1
- Long-term planning
- Entrepreneurship and small business management
- Business development