Study on the Activation of a Venture Creation Platform Based on Co-Creation

Na-Rang Kim, Soon-Goo Hong
2016 unpublished
Diverse and complicated problems involved in the process of starting a business cannot be solved by support that is confined to a specific group or limited resources. Instead of a government-led business start platform, a business start platform based on co-creation through IT became necessary where all interested parties related to the foundation of a business could easily share their knowledge, experience, and human and physical resources, beyond space and time. This study conducted
more » ... conducted interviews with individuals with experience in the venture creation platform and analyzed the results based on grounded theory. The paper then suggests a model for the activation of a venture creation platform based on co-creation. First, academically, this study suggests a venture creation platform based on IT and co-creation through grounded theory. Second, the study supports an in-depth understanding of the participation process in a business start platform, as directed toward solving difficult problems experienced by the founders. The knowledge obtained in this study could be useful for sustaining the activating policy for the venture creation platform by the current government.
doi:10.14257/astl.2016.141.03 fatcat:cfi6dst6ybbmjd6w4hcwzevfzm