• Women Entrepreneurship as a Barrier to Success in Bangladesh
    to join politics as well as business. But compared with the Unites States and the European countries, the number is still poor. In fact, women entrepreneurship development is a challenging phenomenon in Bangladesh as women are lagged behind (economically and socially) compared to men. Generally, women...
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  • Corporate Entrepreneurship
                                CEMS BLOCK SEMINAR:  Take‐home examination  Corporate Entrepreneurship            Pauline GELDOF – CEMS Master 2  Introduction    In today’s global economy, Corporate Entrepreneurship defined by Damanpour (1991) as the generation, development, and implementation of new...
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  • barriers to corporate entreneurship
    Corporate entrepreneurship(CE) is the process where an individual or a group of individuals, in association with an existing organization, create a new organization or instigate renewal or innovation within that organization (Sharma / Chrisman 1999). Corporate entrepreneurship involves a wide...
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  • entrepreneurship
    Corporate Entrepreneurship Enterprise and Entrepreneurship L3 Zoë Dann Learning Outcomes • By the end of this session student should be able to: – Understand the concepts of Intrapreneurship, Corporate Entrepreneurship (CE) and Corporate Venturing (CV) – Understand the controversy of identifying ...
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  • Entrepreneurship
    expend a venture, an entrepreneur needs to identify opportunities for domestic and international expansion. [pic] The nature of entrepreneurship Entrepreneurship plays an important role in the creation and growth of business as well as in the growth and prosperity of regions and nation. These...
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  • Women Entrepreneurs: a Growing and Promising Phenomenon
    and growth in GDP, suggesting that countries that are successful in promoting entrepreneurship among women could experience a positive impact on economic growth rates. In Israel, as in many other countries, entrepreneurship by women is expanding steadily. There was been a rise of 52 percent in the Total...
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  • Women Entrepreneurship
    managing their own business that can impede women’s success in the corporate world. Women entrepreneurship need to be studied separately for two main reasons. the first reason is that women’s entrepreneurship has been recognised during the last decade as an untapped source of economic growth. Women...
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  • Entrepreneur
    VIT-Business School Entrepreneurship Ecosystems – Helps and Barriers to Entrepreneurship Sucharita Kumar National knowledge Commission set up by Government of India defines Entrepreneurship as follows: ‘Entrepreneurship is the professional application of knowledge, skills and competencies and/or...
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  • Development of Entrepreneurship in Ghana: the Way Forward
    DEVELOPMENT OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN GHANA: THE WAY FORWARD Entrepreneurship is the most powerful economic force known to mankind. The Entrepreneurial Revolution that captured our imagination during the 1990s has now permeated every aspect of business thinking and planning. As exemplified by industry...
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  • Women Entrepreneur in Iran
    Women Entrepreneurship in Iran Mehrganrad,Mojdeh.M.A Faculty of Management and Economy Ferdowsi University Mashhad, Iran Mojdeh.Mehrgan@Gmail.com Abstract The only way to survive the volatile situation of today's economy is to utilize all the available resources and to enhance all the present...
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  • Obstacle to Young Entrepreneur
    to be young entrepreneur. Implication of the study were provided Keyword : entrepreneurship, obstacles, university student Background of The Study Chindoga and Fatoki (2011) define Entrepreneurship as a vehicle to economic growth, success, and prosperity. Pretorius and Shaw...
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  • Entrepreneurship and Economic Development.
    Entrepreneurship and Economic Development A Commentary on Entrepreneurship and Economic Development (ed. Wim Naudé) Robert J. Strom Interest in the study of entrepreneurship has flourished among scholars in recent years. This research has brought to light, among other things, the important role of...
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  • Emerging Entrepreneur Trends
    EMERGING TRENDS IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP TEJASHREE YEVALE - MBA TIMSR, MUMBAI Abstract: Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine key emerging trends in Entrepreneurs in India its reasons for growth and impact towards economy and society as a whole. Design /approach – The paper is primarily...
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  • Nursing Entepreneur
    Merging Entrepreneurship among Nurses Innovation in the healthcare industry has twisted the opportunities for nurses’ entrepreneurs. The changes include a shift from nurses’ care to self care, movement of the primary site of care from inpatient setting to outpatient or community settings, the aging...
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  • Contextual Analysis
    developed in the West, very little is known about the women entrepreneurship in Pakistan especially in the context of sociocultural environment and agency of women entrepreneurs. Therefore this study contributes to the literature of women entrepreneurship from an Islamic developing country’s perspective. The...
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  • Edpm Review
    influencing the entrepreneurship ability of the entrepreneurs. The analysis, based on series of logical steps, has shown both positive and negative associations. For instance, the socio-demographic characteristics of the entrepreneurs have shown little positive influences on the entrepreneurship ability. In...
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  • Women Are Struggling in Business
    Women are struggling to be successful in entrepreneurship more than men. The concept of entrepreneurship holds a wide range of meaning. Entrepreneurship is defined by Webster’s Dictionary as ‘the creation of new, innovative, profit- oriented, visionary economic organization that exists in uncertain...
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  • Entrepreneurship
    PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP AMONG EDUCATED YOUTH Ms.K.Ramalakshmi, M.Com.M.phil., Mrs.S.Sakunthala Devi, M.Com,M.phil, ...
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  • Entrepreneurship
    Entrepreneurship and Innovation Young entrepreneurship TABLE OF CONTENTS * Introduction 3 * How can young people become more entrepreneurial? 3 * Background of young entrepreneurs 7 * Barriers for young entrepreneurs 9 * External assistance 12 * How will...
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  • the personal and external factors that influence on entrepreneurship
    Entrepreneurship is important in business and essential for economic growth. Those aspects of factors have been highlighted and proved by different schools. There are some debates about the impact on entrepreneurs’ personal character and their operating environment. Both of them are important and have...
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