Recently, we have had a case in the office that has inspired us to make a brief introduction about the concept of ‘company’ itself. And it turns out that a client told us: “Today I do nothing but listen to terms in English, and of course, I want to set up a company with two partners, but on the Internet it is very difficult to find simple theory in our language, the that we have never involved in this area. ”
You are right. We had to explain why we use Management as our brand description, we talked about the differences between start -ups and SMEs … and we end up returning to our degrees -Por That then, they were degrees without the Internet, but with many folios- to make a small introduction to the company. The best thing, in addition to that memory, is that we now have a new company (specifically created a community of goods) in portfolio and another client that has come through this first: one of the partners with whom I wanted to assemble your company, go .
Introduction to the company
Where to start? Well, how could it be otherwise, to point out what we understand as a company. A company is a goods production unit that is responsible for combining material resources to produce goods and services with which to cover our needs. What do we understand by needs? Anyone related to our day to day: from food, real estate, immobilized, services that we hire, teaching to learn and other products and services necessary for our life.
Types of companies
Being clear where we start, the next step is to make a classification of companies according to different objective criteria. Thus, we differentiate the types of companies by their activity, by their size, for their property and by their legal form.
for their activity we are divided into 3 sectors:
1. Primary sector: they are dedicated to extracting the products of nature.
2. Secondary sector: They are dedicated to transforming the products obtained by the companies of the primary sector into goods and services directly usable by consumers, industrial or productive companies and construction companies.
3. Tertiary sector: are dedicated to providing and marketing intangible products or services.
by its size we differentiate 4 types:
1. Microenterprises: organizations with less than ten workers.
2. Small business: organizations between ten and fifty workers.
3. Medium Enterprise: Organizations with more than fifty and less than two hundred and fifty employees.
4. Great company: Organizations with more than 250 employees.
by their legal form companies are divided into:
1. Individual companies.
2. Collective companies.
3. Corporate companies.
for their property, we divide companies into:
In this sense, it is important to remember that public companies can in turn commercial if their objective is to compete in the market, or of a non -commercial nature when they are created to cover some basic need of the population.
from the base to continue
We cannot collect the entire set of theoretical meanings, or of course, practical that surround the concepts of the concept of ‘company’ in a single post. Therefore, we encourage you to follow our activity in social networks and blog. Our day to day covers very broad efforts and consultations, including those related to the commercial sphere (constitution and dissolution of companies, partners, statutes …), so if you are thinking of setting up a company -the same if It will be a startup -and you need advice, do not hesitate to contact us in firstname.lastname@example.org
Gillespie, Craig. The million dollars. 2014. – Cineycomedia.com