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Women Entrepreneurship: A Big Motivation

Shruti Balhara, Ajmer Singh
2015 Business and Economic Research  
Factors which motivates the Women to becoming Entrepreneurs Now a day Women are found indulged in every line of businesses. Indian Women are becoming increasing visible and successful in all spheres.  ...  .  To remove barriers like self-confidence, fear of failure, training and counselling to women entrepreneurs should be provided.  To handle the problems of women entrepreneurs all over the state women  ...  Business and Economic Research ISSN 2162 -4860 2015  ... 
doi:10.5296/ber.v5i2.8452 fatcat:wleppdpruvbuvjzjf5uz5lmoui


Agus Deva Adhikusuma, Genoveva Genoveva
2020 Firm Journal of Management Studies  
This is recommended for business students in Indonesia especially the Jabodetabek area should more confidence with their capabilities and have a positive mindset to become entrepreneurs.</p>  ...  This research also found that all independent variables simultaneously influence on Entrepreneurial Intention.  ...  entrepreneur and parents should support give motivation, entrepreneurial activities, and support for their children how good when we will become a succeed entrepreneur (Astrachan, Klein, & Smyrnios ,  ... 
doi:10.33021/firm.v5i1.887 fatcat:y3fubp2jbvdmlaz4jtnstuyphi

Generation Z Students' Talent Management: Unveiling Talents of Student CEOs in Creating Student Superstars

Veluchamy Ramar, Bera Sayan, Rajput Abhay Singh, Chakraborty Aaratrika
2016 Indian Journal of Science and Technology  
Having an ecosystem which supports students to achieve career objectives would surely help students to become entrepreneurs in their campus life.  ...  If they get support from parents and teachers, they can become successful student entrepreneurs. It will be inevitable to start such department in future.  ...  We do not need to ask the question, how many of them want to become a CEO. Almost all of them want to become an entrepreneur. They want to become but they believe that they can't achieve it.  ... 
doi:10.17485/ijst/2016/v9i39/102605 fatcat:tc2ucbu535bkdekgtq6npewih4

Does Communication Skills matter to a Nascent Entrepreneur

GT Odewale, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Graduate School of Business and Leadership, SH Abd Rani, SO Migiro, OP Adeyeye, Universiti Utara Malaysia, School of Management, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Graduate School of Business and Leadership, a. University of KwaZulu-Natal, Graduate School of Business and Leadershipb. Federal University, Oye-Ekiti, Faculty of Management Sciences
2019 Journal of Contemporary Management  
The authors recommend that a combination of variety of skills could be another strategy to increase potential entrepreneurs and that every skill should be viewed as pivotal.  ...  The purpose of this conceptual study is to argue that deficiency in communication skills can mar the expertise in other skills and why it should be considered as an integral part of entrepreneurial skills  ...  The global market is becoming more competitive due to technological advancements, as such; entrepreneurs must possess all that venture success entails.  ... 
doi:10.35683/jcm18038.0011 fatcat:4f5vny7pxnbhhntdx7g7mxnjy4

The Specific Character Traits of Young Entrepreneurs in Slovakia

Monika Sobeková Majková, Aleksandr Ključnikov
2017 International Journal of Entrepreneurial Knowledge  
The research was conducted among 1233 young people in all regions of Slovakia in 2012.  ...  Worldwide scientific researches present the entrepreneurs have to declare specific characteristic traits to be successful in the business.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This research paper was funded from the project titled "Financing of young entrepreneurs and innovative companies with focusing on venture and private equity capital in Slovakia and EU"  ... 
doi:10.1515/ijek-2017-0004 fatcat:hl5ukzo5lbhtddy3ckzp5447lq

Startups on women entrepreneurs in India

Thangam A, Ganapathy S
2019 Journal of management and science  
Women's skills, knowledge, talents, abilities, and desire to do something for themselves and their children or family are some of the reasons for the women to become entrepreneurs  ...  The women entering in entrepreneurs the facing for stiff competition family ties, the lack of mobility and low risk-bearing ability and overall important challenges in the male-dominated Indian society  ...  , inspire and assist women entrepreneurs should be made at all possible levels.  ... 
doi:10.26524/jms.2019.2 fatcat:h4y322rpdbhj3lepkizo2ouwzm

The Impact of Balanced Skills, Working Time Allocation and Peer Effects on the Entrepreneurial Intentions of Scientists

Petra M. Moog, Arndt Werner, Stefan Houweling, Uschi Backes-Gellner
2012 Social Science Research Network  
Therefore, in this paper, following Lazear's (2005) jack-of-all-trades approach, we study how his or her composition of skills affects a scientist's intention of becoming an entrepreneur.  ...  Using unique data collected from 480 life sciences researchers, we provide the first evidence that scientists with more balanced skills are more likely to have higher entrepreneurial intentions, particularly  ...  In the next section, we discuss how the jackoff-all-trades perspective can help explain the propensity of scientists to become entrepreneurs.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2179451 fatcat:v7zbwayhv5cbthpvns7lhlufq4


T. Ponceelia, C.Eugine Franco
2017 International journal of research - granthaalayah  
The entrepreneurial traits are important factors in developing prospective entrepreneurs and creating new ventures, and the educational institutions as well as the government should lend a helping hand  ...  The important skill with regard to the development of entrepreneurs is the entrepreneurial traits.  ...  Innovative: With the ever changing world of the internet, the job of an online entrepreneur becomes all the more challenging.  ... 
doi:10.29121/granthaalayah.v5.i1(se).2017.1916 fatcat:o5nrf5qy7vbphgygt6xotpkvyy

Examining The Influence Of Social Support and Mentoring On Entrepreneurial Quality Among Graduate Entrepreneurs

Shamsul Huda Abd Rani, Siti Norasyikin Abd Hamid, Bidayatul Akmal Mustafa Kamil
2016 Sains Humanika  
This study investigates the influence of social support and mentoring on entrepreneurial quality among graduate entrepreneurs.  ...  The findings revealed that social support and mentoring influenced the development of entrepreneurial quality among graduate entrepreneurs.  ...  Looking at the statistic, scenario and prior discussion on the issue of entrepreneurial quality among graduate entrepreneurs, instead of researching on how to increase the number of graduates to become  ... 
doi:10.11113/sh.v8n4-2.1068 fatcat:aggsrwcgbbddvauywpezi7s6ey

Impact of Covid 19 on Women Entrepreneurs Through E-Commerce in Nagaland: Opportunities and Challenges

Loreni Yanthan
2021 Emperor Journal of Economics and Social Science Research  
The entrepreneur qualities are innovative, patience, hardworking, and management, where you will find all these qualities in women entrepreneurs in small,  ...  Opportunities for Naga Women Entrepreneurs in E-Commerce Naga women entrepreneurs should avail these opportunities in order to become a successful entrepreneur.  ...  Despite all these barriers women entrepreneurs have proved themselves in all the walks of industrial activities.  ... 
doi:10.35338/ejessr.2021.3507 fatcat:gqtnua5hr5cubb2mpjo5hqo2zm

Role of Financial Institutions for the Development of Women Entrepreneurship in India

Dr. N. Rajendhiran, M. Kousalya Devi
2017 International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development  
A number of financial institutions provide support to women entrepreneurs for their innovative and imaginative scheme of activities aimed can become a vital link for harnessing huge and unused human skills  ...  to channelize them towards accelerating the gender mainstreaming and p entrepreneur on equivalence with men entrepreneurs.  ...  However, they still represent a minority of all entrepreneurs.  ... 
doi:10.31142/ijtsrd7095 fatcat:bst3ciwghzftxnxuy5nxnxsn5q

Motivational factors those Enforce Business students for Become Entrepreneur: A Case Study of Sindh, Pakistan

Ikramuddin Junejo, Ahmed Ali, Anosha Mustaque, Rehmat Iqbal
2018 International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences  
The tertiary education institutions should develop high growth for all academic disciplines such as universities and Polytechnics.  ...  The findings of this study revealed that the all the above studied variables are found significant and positive except change management on business graduate to become entrepreneur.  ... 
doi:10.6007/ijarbss/v8-i9/4658 fatcat:sydb6zerqngbde7htngmafhtuy

An Empirical Study of Success Factors in Transforming Accounting and Engineering Professionals into Entrepreneurs in the SME Sector, Sri Lanka

Randi Kailashinie Thiranagama
2016 NSBM Journal of Management  
Employing a qualitative research approach methodology, twelve semi-structured interviews and three focus group discussions were conducted with entrepreneurs who have successfully become entrepreneurs in  ...  This paper examines the success factors in transforming Accounting and Engineering Professionals into entrepreneurs in the Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) sector in Sri Lanka.  ...  This research has reinforced the researchers' commitment to assist more employed engineers and accountants to become entrepreneurial engineers and accountants in small businesses in Sri Lanka.  ... 
doi:10.4038/nsbmjm.v1i1.3 fatcat:sfdakcop5rcmlicnofbnhp62l4


2019 Zenodo  
Several studies revealed that entrepreneurship education affects the development of the intention of a person to become an entrepreneur.  ...  In light of these findings, the researcher recommends that important people belong in the university should engage themselves to entrepreneurial capability activities such as seminars, training, workshops  ...  Entrepreneurship should be presented in a creatively and innovatively, in which learning by doing is emphasized. All students are also encouraged to participate in all entrepreneurial activities.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3900018 fatcat:e45zrzhfurdtdgqrbfsbyxxywi

Comparing Entrepreneurship Intention: A Multigroup Structural Equation Modeling Approach

Sabrina O. Sihombing
2012 International Research Journal of Business Studies  
Second, this study applied all variables in the theory of planned behavior except behavior in order to fit with students' conditions.  ...  Acknowledgement: This research is funded by Universitas Pelita Harapan, Tangerang -banten This research is not without limitations.  ...  Not only that, universities and lecturers should raise and maintain awareness of the importance of entrepreneurship subjects to all students.  ... 
doi:10.21632/irjbs.5.1.57-71 fatcat:r7jd7zkngbg4hb45e4vwzbmmiu
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