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- Recent evidence of the development of micro, small and medium enterprises in Indonesia
- Dimensions of Entrepreneurial Success: A Multilevel Study on Stakeholders of Micro-Enterprises
- Micro and Small Enterprises in Assosa Town. A Case Study of Factors Affecting Performance
- South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences
Entrepreneurship is the creation or extraction of value.
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Recent evidence of the development of micro, small and medium enterprises in Indonesia
Dimensions of Entrepreneurial Success: A Multilevel Study on Stakeholders of Micro-Enterprises
As each firm is embedded in a network of relations with stakeholders business partners , understanding how they evaluate entrepreneurial success is important. The initial qualitative study in the form of in-depth interviews allowed us to identify the indicators of entrepreneurial success that are identified by external stakeholders of micro-firms. In the quantitative study on stakeholders of 57 micro-firms, we identified the dimensions of entrepreneurial success. Using a multilevel approach, we found six dimensions of entrepreneurial success at the individual stakeholder level and four dimensions at the firm level. The results show that stakeholders perceive entrepreneurial success in terms of many dimensions, not focusing solely on economic indicators. This knowledge may inform micro-firm management and the strategies employed by practitioners supporting entrepreneurs.
Background of the Study 1. Statement of the Problem 1. Research Question 1. Objectives of the Study 1. Significance of the Study 1. Scope of the Study 1. Limitation of the study 1.
Micro and Small Enterprises in Assosa Town. A Case Study of Factors Affecting Performance
Background of the Study 1. Statement of the Problem 1. Research Question 1. Objectives of the Study 1.
In India, many promotional policies and educational institutions have focused on entrepreneurship education EE for the development of future entrepreneurs. Firstly, 23 interviews have been conducted to explore about EE and EA. Further data was collected from respondents through a structured questionnaire and undertaken done with the descriptive analysis: exploratory factor analysis and multiple regression method to explore the result of this study. After the analysis, it was found that EE played an important role in developing EA of the young community towards entrepreneurship. All the coefficients in the regression model are positive, which means that all the factors of EE awareness, enterprise knowledge and practical skills have a positive impact on EA affective, cognitive and behavioural.
A study of factors related to successful and failure of entrepreneurs of small industrial business with emphasis on their level of education and training. This paper examines the determinants of business start-up , long and short-term success and failure of small businesses with emphasis on their education and training. Entrepreneurs and small firm success and failure have been the subject of extensive research. It is important to understand the external, internal and motivational factors responsible for business start-up, the barriers faced during the initial and continuous stages of trading and the advice and assistance available to entrepreneurs.
South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences
Market research should never be underestimated. Many successful new businesses enjoy longevity because their owners conduct regular market research to understand their target market, identify consumer problems and pinpoint realistic competitors. Market research can be carried out at various stages of a business life cycle, from pre-launch and beyond. Primary market research is a kind of market research that can be carried out individually or as a business, with the aim of collecting unique data that can be used to improve products, services and overall functionality. Most new businesses will encounter three different types of customer; market research gives you the ability to understand how your target customers think and adapt to their needs in order to turn them into regular customers and brand advocates. The industry influencer An industry expert or influencer is someone that is not only highly knowledgeable about your target market, they can influence other prospective customers that trust their opinion. An industry expert will not be fixated on the price of a product or service, they are often more concerned with the value and quality.
Lings pointed out that there is apparently a very high rate of business failure among small to medium enterprises, hereinafter referred to as small to micro and medium enterprises SMMEs 1 in South Africa. Despite the globally accepted view that SMMEs are a much-needed panacea to promote economic development, particularly that they contribute to job creation reduction of unemployment , poverty eradication, equitable distribution of income and improved lifestyle, among others, research into the causes and impact of SMME failure is still negligible in the developing and underdeveloped countries of the world and South Africa is not an exception from the challenge. Furthermore, there still lacks a consolidated framework for putting the challenge into perspective to make it easier to tackle at all levels: macro, micro and all other levels of entrepreneurial initiative envisaged.
This article aims to assess the impact of COVID outbreak on these businesses and provide policy recommendations to help MSMEs in reducing business losses and survive through the crisis. We adopted an exploratory methodology with comprehensively reviewing the available literature, including policy documents, research papers, and reports in the relevant field. Further, to add empirical evidence, we collected data from Pakistani MSMEs by administering an online questionnaire. The data were analyzed through descriptive statistics. The results indicate that most of the participating enterprises have been severely affected and they are facing several issues such as financial, supply chain disruption, decrease in demand, reduction in sales and profit, among others.
Metrics details. The pace of innovation continues to increase not only in the developed world but also in developed markets. The key issue facing many small medium-sized enterprises is related to how they can foster effective innovation.