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Entrepreneurial ecosystems in unexpected places : examining the success factors of regional entrepreneurship

Author: Veneta Andonova; Milena S Nikolova; Dilyan Dimitrov
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2019]
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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'Entrepreneurship can make a difference in a society when its success stories are celebrated and its lessons learned are shared. By celebrating successes and extracting lessons, this text has the potential to engage more young people, experienced entrepreneurs and curious investors, and thus make a difference in the future of the region.' --Bill Aulet, Senior Lecturer & MD, Martin Trust Center for MIT  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Veneta Andonova; Milena S Nikolova; Dilyan Dimitrov
ISBN: 9783319982199 3319982192
OCLC Number: 1066741648
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Part I. Entrepreneurial Ecosystems in Numbers and Quotes --
1. What is an Entrepreneurial Ecosystem? --
2. Entrepreneurial Ecosystems in the Balkan Peninsula --
3. The Creation and Development of the Ecosystem: The Role of ICT --
4. Balkan Start-ups and the Entrepreneurs behind them --
5. Founder and Stakeholder Interests: Combining Economic and Societal Factors in the Balkan Peninsula --
Part II. Case Studies: Entrepreneurial Ecosystems from Within: People, Stories and Lessons from the Balkans --
6. Coherent Labs --
7. Dronamics --
8. Enhancv --
9. FITE TV --
10. Sensika Technology --
11. Rentl.10 --
12. Telerik --
Part III. Conclusions --
13. Concluding Thoughts and Lessons Learned from the Birth of Entrepreneurial Ecosystems in Unexpected Places.
Responsibility: Veneta Andonova, Milena S. Nilolova, Dilyan Dimitrov.

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This book sheds light on one of the biggest development issues of our time: how the rise of entrepreneurship and the associated mindset is likely to unfold in unexpected places and change  Read more...

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