Business Environment Tutorial


What is business environment?

Business environment tutorial helps in understanding the business world. It explains about the importance of Management. Functions of management, importance of the functions, concept of marketing management and financial management system in detail manner.

Audience

The target audience of this tutorial is Management professionals and business professionals who wish to enhance their knowledge on Economics and related concepts.

Prerequisites

To learn this tutorial one must be aware of basis of business and management studies.

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The Business Organisation And Its Environment
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