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Greener Journal of  Business and Management Studies  Vol. 6 (2), pp. 050-056, July 2016

 ISSN: 2276-7827 

Research Paper

Manuscript Number: 052016093


(DOI: http://doi.org/10.15580/GJBMS.2016.2.052016093)

 

Performance of Young Businesses in Vietnam and Its Affecting Factors: Anempirical Study in Tu Son District, BacNinh Province

 

Bui Thi Nga

 

Faculty of Accounting and Business Management, Vietnam National University of Agriculture.


Abstract


Tu Son is one of the traditional commercial districts in BacNinh province of Vietnam, that has many traditional villages and many young people in Tu Son have established and run their own business. Young businesses in Tu Son are often creative, active, flexible and quickly respond to the demand in the market. However, young businesses have less experience to face the difficulties and challenges in the market; therefore, it has been easy for them to be vulnerableto the market sock or crisis in recent years. This study aimed to analyze the performance results of young businesses in Tu Son district and find out some affecting factors to this result. The data were collected by standard questionnaires from 120 young businesses from November 2015 to January 2016. The results showed that the performance of young art furniture businesses were quite high and stable, the performance of young textile businesses tended to decrease while those numbers of young iron and steel businesses were quite high, but were not stable.There were five factors and all had positive impacts on the young businesses’ profits: area of production, quantity of production, investment, equity capital, and revenue of the young businesses.To improve the performance of the young businesses, it is necessary to enlarge the area of production, increase the quantity of production, expand the investment in the production and owner equity, and promote the sales of products to enhance the revenue of the young businesses.

 

Keywords: young business, performance, textiles, art furniture, iron and steel.


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Tran Hoang Long (2013), Research the impact of expanding payment time and reducing corporate income tax policy on the performance and efficiency of small and medium size enterprises in Tu Son district, BacNinh province of Vietnam. Master thesis of Vietnam National University of Agriculture, Vietnam.


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