Medium-Scale Industry

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Thomas Miller
11 April 2017

Medium-scale businesses typically result from the slow and steady growth that results from a successful small business. As a company earns more revenue, it sets aside the capital needed for buildings, equipment and more employees, eventually bridging the gap between small business and large corporations. The Small Business Administration can audit the size of your company and provide a definitive answer concerning its status as a medium-sized business.The definition of medium-sized industries may vary among different countries throughout the world, making business dealings complicated to companies that aren't prepared. For example, medium-sized businesses in the United Kingdom may have up to 250 employees, far short of the 500-employee limit of most United States medium-sized companies. A medium-sized U.K. business may have trouble partnering with certain U.S. medium-sized businesses because of the production differences.

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