|Opis:||Setting up and running a business enterprise seems to be an easy thing to do, yet not everything is as simple as it sounds. There is a great number of things an entrepreneur needs to take into consideration before starting a business. In the thesis, we are going to compare a business establishment and its closure in terms of legal and organizational form of enterprise in Slovenia. When establishing a company, choosing the right legal form of business organization is of crucial importance. We are going to introduce the entire process of founding a company with regard to both, legal and organizational forms of enterprise, the advantages and disadvantages and, last but not least, the procedure of closing a company.
When founding an enterprise, a company´s greatest priority is choosing the right legal form of business organization. Therefore, we are going to closely examine the similarities and differences between an individual entrepreneurship and a limited liability company. In addition, an entrepreneur, who has decided to start a new business, needs to acquaint himself with the procedure of business dissolution; a business career might, in many cases, be highly unpredictable. Furthermore, there are several external factors that can affect any business (e.g.: international crises, currency instability and inflation, etc.)
In 2016, there were 196 072 registered Slovenian companies, comprising 60 514 companies as separate legal identities and 94 730 individual entrepreneurs. Statistically speaking, this suggests Slovenia is rather an enterprising country with many successful companies. Additionally, striving to increase an opportunity-based entrepreneurship in contrast to a necessity-based one is an important factor for the economic growth of a country.|