Beyond Being A Student : An Exploration of Student & Graduate Start-Up’s (SGSU’s) Operating From University Incubators
The purpose of this paper is to explore, evaluate and share the motivations and behaviours of student and graduate entrepreneurs (referred to as SGSUs) operating from university incubators. The study aims to understand the behaviours and motivations of SGSUs, to build on existing literature and contribute towards a discussion around support services for University incubation centres.
Published inJournal of Small Business and Enterprise Development
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