Author: Gheorge-Florentin Miulescu
Introduction. There are a lot of factors, both internal and external (social, financial, technological, political, legislative, demographic) that influence the activity of a company. Its adaptability and flexibility are decisively influenced by the entrepreneur’s education, but also by the group he leads and by the innovative spirit that exists at the organizational level. The local and global information flows provide support for the development of businesses that once seemed impossible. The entrepreneur has the capacity to take major risks, to identify opportunities and to ensure the company’s sustainability.
Aim of the study. The paper aims at presenting some aspects regarding the current level of entrepreneurship and the way in which education and innovation influence it.
Keywords: entrepreneurship, innovation, education, entrepreneurship factors, growth
JEL Classification: L26
Introduction. Trends of global market evolution have influenced the emergence and development of clusters which are very well structured and, at the level of companies, they have encouraged the development of individual and professional networking processes. Networking thus becomes a resource that represents an opportunity offering potential organisational benefits, while being a process in which management principles and organisational communication elements are found.
Aim of the study. As a process, management aims at achieving the organisational objectives by using limited resources and by guiding systems within the context of a dynamic environment.
Keywords: networking, management, branding, planning.
Introduction. The essential information relating to the work that the authorities regulating competition carries out in an economic sector, particularly when talking about the protection of economic actors against anti-competitive behaviours and making sure that they, as well as the consumers can benefit from a fully open internal market facilitate the collaboration of national competition authorities that become vectors of market development policies. In the context of a market-oriented policy, it is very important to strengthen the position of manufacturers in the product supply chain. We must highlight how legislation in the analysed field and in competition law is compatible with a view to achieving fairer and more efficient results for both producers and consumers. The superior satisfaction of consumers’ interests aims to develop a market for products or services that offer facilities to both manufacturers and consumers. The approach in terms of competitive cooperation specific to the theory of games, emphasizes the benefits of companies that are actively involved in influencing the market, in creating an environment where the end result contributes to increasing profitability of the economic operators and in achieving certain benefits for consumers.
Aim of the study. The paper briefly presents several theoretical aspects specific to the concept of competitive cooperation accompanied by relevant examples.
Keywords: cooperation, competition, business development, added value.