1. Which Businesses Qualify as Enterprises?
A business classified as “Enterprise” has little to do with the number of employees on its payroll, client base or payroll. While some of these factors may be indicators, the real basis of a business qualifying as an enterprise has everything to do with structure.
You might be an enterprise if you offer more than one kind of product or service to your customers and the various branches or departments in your businesses pool financial and technical resources. Another indicator may be if your branch network operates under a singular general management team.