SMEs PERCEPTION LEVEL OF FINANCE AND INVESTMENT RESOURCES: A CASE STUDY
Journal Title:Journal of Economics, Finance and Accounting (JEFA)
Until recently, when SME was called, the workshops where 10 or 50 people worked first could come to the mind. But, today the definition of SME-small and medium size enterprise has changed and taken a form that even housewives are adopted as a product unit. It has lead to increase the number of enterprises that can be established with small capitals such as the rural development programme, state-supported projects, enterpreneurship trainee programmes. Depending on their increasing importance, with this study financial problems and investment priorities of SMEs searched in Giresun. At the end of the study, it was concluded that most of SME have a macro dimension and micro dimension, they are financed with equity capital. It was also concluded that capital-adding and time deposit are preferred as an investment and SMEs do not deal with alternative finance products, inducement and exchange due to the lack of information.