Corporate Incubation – Giving Innovation a Space to Flourish

"Think about this. The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Report (2016) indicates that twenty-two percent (22%) of people across sixty-four economies intend to start a business within the next three years. That includes everyone in your organisation.  Instead of them leaving and setting up independently, this milieu of entrepreneurial talent can be given space to flourish through corporate incubation."

Author(s) :

Clare Gately

Associate Professor of Practice in Entrepreneurship & Co-Director of MSc. in Entrepreneurship

"Think about this. The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Report (2016) indicates that twenty-two percent (22%) of people across sixty-four economies intend to start a business within the next three years. That includes everyone in your organisation.  Instead of them leaving and setting up independently, this milieu of entrepreneurial talent can be given space to flourish through corporate incubation."

Type : Press article
Date : le 07/11/2017
Source : AsiaBiz Today

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