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The optimum size of a firm is a very subjective idea The ways in which size can help or hinder a firm vary from which angle you a looking at the situation from Size can have its benefits and its drawbacks and each firm will have its own benefits and drawbacks that come from either increasing in size or remaining small and these will depend on the market in which the firm is in the current economy and in some cases the preferences of the managers For example a small firm may be small for many reasons It may be small because it has just started out in business and still has relatively little funds so although the ownermanager may have aspirations of the business growing at the present time his main concern would be keeping the business afloat Another small business may stay small due to the preference of the managerowner for example a corner newsagents shop may remain a small retail business as the owner is making a profit from the business that he finds acceptable and does not want the hassle of either expanding his current business setting up new shops or taking over another business The size of a business does however depend a great deal on the market which it is in For example a business which makes specialist goods or caters to only a very small number of people will not be able to grow beyond the capacity of that market This means that the optimum size for a business in a market with little growth and only a small number of prospective customers would be large enough to serve as many customers as it had market share for but small enough to ensure that they dont over produce If there is a fairly large market for the productservice that a company is providing
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