Thanks for the Connection! Welcome to Alliance in Motion Global. Visit www.allianceinmotion.com and www.danielmuguko.com for more details about joining Alliance in Motion Global Opportunity. We have powerful Business Plan Presentations Monday to Saturday at Laxmi Plaza along Biashara Street in Nairobi Kenya at 12 Noon and at 5.30 pm. Let me know when you will be coming or sending a representative. Call me CPA Daniel Muguko 0722 281679 for more details. Physically coming for the presentation answers ALL your questions and helps make a better informed decision to join the business.
At Alliance in Motion Global (www.allianceinmotion.com) we are giving you an opportunity to start your own business or earn an extra part time income irrespective of your social background/standing,career,education,experience etc. It’s a Network Marketing venture that is turning fortunes for millions of people worldwide by disrupting the rules of MLM’s that have made people not succeed in other similar companies. AIM Global is fully registered in Kenya, has no Monthly Quotas, You only sponsor 2 – 8 new distributors and that’s it, The quality products are KEBS Certified and can be consumed within your family, You earn on a daily basis and payments are done through your bank account as you deem fit. All you have to do is make a one-time investment of between Kshs 23k to Kshs 161k ($230 to $1610), then share the opportunity to all your networks anywhere in the world who invest in a similar way and you could make over Kshs 1M ($10,000) within one year. We offer FREE training to all your prospects along Biashara Street Nairobi Kenya and many other parts of the world every weekday before and after they join the business. You may not have time for this business but you should sponsor your spouse,brother,sister,nephew,niece,employee,friend,church group such as choir,worship team,youth team etc with the seed capital to secure their future. Allow me in your meetings to do a short PowerPoint Presentation of not more than 45 minutes. Check out www.danielmuguko.com then let me know when and where i can visit you at your convenience to sign up. AIM Global Opportunity can be accessed from anywhere in the world. Ask your family and friends abroad to join also. Thanks again for the connection. I value it.
The field of entrepreneurship has struggled since the 1970s to define itself as a field and gain legitimacy as a valid academic area of research (Cooper, 2003). Much of the work in entrepreneurship was either theoretical or used the phenomena as a context in which to observe other theories (Alvarez & Barney, 2008). Later focused research has led to a unique defining question for the field of entrepreneurship: where do opportunities come from (Alvarez & Barney, 2007; Alvarez & Parker, 2009; Eckhardt & Ciuchta, 2008; Shane & Venkataraman, 2000)? The question of where opportunities come from has generated significant debate (Alvarez & Barney, 2008).
Identifying Entrepreneurial Opportunities in Kenya
This debate is embedded in a larger philosophy of science debate about realist and constructionist paradigms that has plagued organizational science scholars for at least the past four decades (Moldoveanu & Baum, 2002). Moreover, it is at the core of the debate between discovered realist opportunities and created evolutionary realist opportunities (McMullen & Shepherd, 2006).
Perhaps not surprisingly, up to this point in the evolution of the field of entrepreneurship the realist perspective of how opportunities are formed and exploited has dominated, while the constructionist and evolutionary realist approaches have received much less attention (Venkataraman, 2003). This is not to say that constructionist (Gartner, 1985) or evolutionary realist (Aldrich & Kenworthy, 1999; Aldrich & Ruef, 2006; Baker & Nelson, 2005) work has not been done in the field of entrepreneurship. However, realist views of entrepreneurship— labeled as either the individual/opportunity nexus approach or discovery—have to this point been more systematically developed as approaches to opportunity formation (Shane, 2003).
Opportunities stem from imperfect knowledge, subject to the particular knowledge of time, and place possessed by the entrepreneur. In this view, opportunities are there for the taking, but only for those who possess the qualities necessary both to discover and exploit them (Shane & Eckhardt, 2003). Thus, entrepreneurs are considered as possessing an accurate view of “reality” as opposed to non-entrepreneurs (McMullen & Shepherd, 2006).
Opportunities in this view arise from competitive imperfections in markets due to changes in technology, consumer preferences, or some other attributes of the context within which an industry or market exists (Kirzner, 1973, 10). The task of the individual is to become “alert” to the existence of these opportunities and to “claim” those that hold the greatest potential (Casson, 1982; Shane, 2003). In this view, entrepreneurial opportunities are like lost luggage in a train station; they exist, just waiting to be claimed by alert individuals who know of their existence. The discovery and exploitation of opportunities often requires individuals to have ex-ante knowledge of the opportunity (Shane, 2000). Consistent with the realist perspective knowledge in this view is highly informative, reliable, and useful.
Opportunities are phenomena subject to invariable laws of nature and the task of the individual entrepreneur is to discover these laws. Individuals in this view already possess information and knowledge from previous experience in an industry or market, or they may collect it as they begin to search for possible opportunities in a recently changed market or industry (Casson, 1982). Alert (or just lucky (Barney, 1986)) individuals may even discover opportunities without engaging in a systematic search. Indeed as stated by Kirzner (1973) an alert individual may actually find a $10 bill on the ground waiting to be picked-up.
Differences between entrepreneurs and non-entrepreneurs
Several possible differences between entrepreneurs and non-entrepreneurs have been examined (Kirzner, 1973; Shane, 2003). Most of these differences lead to the development of information asymmetries between entrepreneurs and non-entrepreneurs (Shane, 2000). Kirzner (1973, 67) summarizes the differences between entrepreneurs and non-entrepreneurs by simply asserting that entrepreneurs are more “alert” to the existence of opportunities than non-entrepreneurs. The basic ontological position of the realist discovery view of opportunities is that these opportunities exist independent of individual’s knowledge of them, and that this knowledge can be acquired. However, the limitation of this view is that it holds the nature of the world, and specifically the opportunity in this case, subject to empirical investigation. It is therefore committed to an ontological unity in that it does not recognize ontologies that are closed to empirical investigation. Thus, in principle, opportunities in this view can be “tested” for validity before an individual entrepreneur provides agency to the opportunity. This perspective of opportunities assumes a “God’s eye” view of opportunities as reality.
Various entrepreneurial opportunities exist right here and now in Kenya. They include;
a) Joinig Alliance in Motion Motion. With a one-time investment of between $ 230-$1610 (Kshs 23k-Kshs 161k), you are guaranteed a lifetime stream of income at NO OVERHEADS. Please call me on 0722 281679 to get you started on this venture.
b) The Baking and Confectionery Business -A perfect opportunity for housewives and youths to start profitable ventures from zero capital. Get your baking business plan for Kshs 20,000/= only.
c) Fattening goats and Sheep – This is a venture perfected by the Maasai. All you need are young ones that have just stopped being suckled at approximately Kshs 2000-3000. With proper care, which is basically free range in open plains, they will be ready within 4-6 months and each could fetch at least Kshs 7,000/=.
d) What i call Creative Imitation. Identify fast moving consumer products in the Kenyan market, apply some creativity to change a few functionalities and come up with a unique product,have the Chinese produce and ship to you asap. You can easily make profits of between 300%-1000%. We provide import consolidation services for this.
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