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DetailsAt the beginning of their venture, young and small start-ups have to struggle a lot to survive. And when a company has passed this basic stage, a battle may be won, but the road to long-term success is still a long way ahead. Young and small companies are then forced to achieve constant and high growth if they want to stay on the global marketplace by successfully defeating global competition. This book illustrates the special situation of such companies, calls for dedicated and special assistance and wants to provide necessary hands-on management advice for the future economic development of companies in this stage. The book aims at entrepreneurs, founders and managers of young and small companies which successfully survived the start-up phase as well as to venture capital companies, independent advisors, banks, consultants and other stakeholders.
About the authorCHRISTOPH SCHMID, is currently working with balesio GmbH & Co. KG, a young software company, to achieve substantial high growth. He holds an MSc in International Management from ESB Reutlingen and Reims Management School and a master’s degree from the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore Milan/Piacenza. He has several years of management experience with large corporations and young companies in Germany, Italy and France.
SIMON G. FAUSER, is lecturer and tutor at ESB Reutlingen and Europäische Fernhochschule, Hamburg. He is employed at the ESB Research Institute and PhD candidate at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore Milan/Piacenza. He holds an MSc in International Management from ESB Reutlingen and Reims Management School and has several years of industry experience in Germany and South Africa.