Business Panel Prediction of Nascent Entrepreneurs Success

Basil G. Englis, Paula Englis-Danskin, Katarzyna Zalewska-Kurek, Arend J. Groen

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Abstract

University-based incubators guide entrepreneurs through the start-up and growth process. As such, they are catalysts promoting innovation and business development (Aerts, Matthyssens, & Vandenbempt, 2007). They do much more than provide a home for startups (Patton, 2014). University-based incubators create and provide many opportunities for new firms to develop their network with the business environment, get coaching assistance, and perhaps most importantly develop their business models and business plans. (Bollingtoft and Ulhoi 2005). Little attention has been placed on how the impact of constructive feedback from experts in developing a better business plan can help entrepreneurs start and grow their businesses. In this paper, we will explore the predictive ability of business panel assessments of business planning and startup firm success in a University-based incubator context.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the High Technology Small Firms (HTSF) Conference on Technology Based Entrepreneurship
Place of PublicationLiverpool, England
Pages-
Publication statusPublished - 13 Jun 2016
Event24th Annual High Technology Small Firms Confernece, HTSF 2016 - University of Liverpool, Liverpool, United Kingdom
Duration: 13 Jun 201615 Jun 2016
Conference number: 24

Conference

Conference24th Annual High Technology Small Firms Confernece, HTSF 2016
Abbreviated titleHTSF
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityLiverpool
Period13/06/1615/06/16

Keywords

  • IR-102399
  • METIS-319236

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