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EXHIBITION STAND DESIGN & SETUP FOR BUSINESS-TRADE-FAIRS-EXHIBITIONS

EXHIBITION STAND DESIGN & SETUP FOR BUSINESS-TRADE-FAIRS-EXHIBITIONS

Pixelmate Exhibits & Designs caters to the business industry in the trade fair and stand setup we have unique designs for this industry and we cater to them and provide all kind of support and solution required to make them stand out of the clutter, we cater not only to the fortune 500 but to the start ups and small and medium enterprise.

Business industry companies can avail Pixelmate Exhibits & Design service by writing to them at info@pixelmateindia.com or logging on to their website www.pixelmateindia.com.

One stop solution to all your exhibition and trade fair needs.

A business (also known as a firm, an enterprise or a company) is an organizational entity concerned in the provision of goods and services to customer. Businesses serve as a form of economic activity, and are widespread in capitalist economies, where the majority of them are privately owned and supply goods and services owed through a market to customers and consumer in exchange for other goods, services, money, or other types of exchange that hold intrinsic economic value. Businesses can also be social non-profit entity or state-owned public enterprises operated by governments with precise economic and social objectives. A business established by numerous private persons may form as an incorporated company or jointly organize as a partnership. Countries have diverse laws that can assign diverse privileges to the different business entities.

The word “business” can refer to a specific organization or to the market sector (for example: “the agricultural sector”) or to the total of all economic action (“the business sector”). Compound forms such as “agribusiness” describe subsets of the concept’s wider meaning, which cover all activity by distributor of goods and services.

Businesses objective is to maximize sales to have their revenue surpass their expenditures, resulting in a gain, surplus, or profit.

Types of business ownership vary by jurisdiction:

  • Sole proprietorship: this is also known as a sole trader, is owned by single individual and operates for their advantage. The owner runs the business alone and may employ employee. A sole trader has unlimited liabilities for all activities and obligation incurred by the enterprise, whether from judgments or operating cost against the business. All assets of the enterprise belong to a sole proprietor, including, for example, inventory, computer infrastructure, equipment, retail fixtures, real property as well as manufacturing owned by the sole proprietor.
  • Partnership: this is an enterprise established and owned by two or more people. In most types of partnerships, every partner has unlimited liability for the liability incurred by the enterprise. The three most common types of partnerships are: limited partnerships, general partnerships, and limited liability partnerships.
  • Corporation: The owners of a corporation have a limited liability and the business has a separate legal entity from its owners. Corporations can be either privately owned or government owned. They can establish either for profit or a nonprofit organization. A privately owned, Profit Corporation is owned by its shareholders, who elect a board of directors to manage the corporation and employ its managerial staff.

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