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Browsing Startups, Incubators and Accelerators by Issue Date

Browsing Startups, Incubators and Accelerators by Issue Date

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  • Krishnan, S Navaneetha; Ganesh, L S; Rajendran, C (Bookwell Delhi, 2019-02-22)
    New business ventures have been classified as Marginal Businesses, Corporate Initiatives, Promising Startups (PSs), Revolutionary Ventures (RVs), and Venture Capital backed Startups (VCbSs), based on three criteria, viz., ...
  • Kanika; Srivastava, Sumita (Bookwell Delhi, 2019-02-22)
    Entrepreneurs play a significant role in development of an economy. They mobilize resources, produce, facilitate consumption, and generate factor income by creating jobs. The various programs launched by the Indian ...
  • Sanjeev, Rinku; Natrajan, Nidhi S; Mitu G, Matta (Bookwell Delhi, 2019-02-22)
    The current economy of innovation and dynamic changes require efforts not only in proving employment but creating employment. According to the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) entrepreneurial setup on an average ...
  • Shankar, Raj K (Bookwell Delhi, 2019-02-22)
    Corporate accelerator, a recent form of entrepreneurship support, is being embraced by entrepreneurial ventures at a fast pace. Several large corporations globally have started corporate accelerator programs with some ...
  • Thomas, Jyotsna; K I, Georgee (Bookwell Delhi, 2019-02-22)
    Startups have got a vital role to play in the future of India by creating innovative solutions to country’s challenging issues and also by generating large scale job opportunities for upcoming workforce. The Government ...
  • Sheth, Bhavisha P; Sareen, S B (Bookwell Delhi, 2019-02-22)
    Schumpeter said that the survival of an economy depends on innovations by its entrepreneurs eventually contributing to global competiveness. The diffusion of technological innovations can influence the entrepreneurial ...

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