Incubating in Rural Areas: Challenges and Keys to Success
NBIA Publications, May 1, 2001 - Business & Economics - 72 pages
Rural incubator developers and managers face many challenges, such as insufficient financial resources and limited entrepreneurial mass. This study identifies many of the factors that determine rural incubation effectiveness, providing detailed analyses of both low- and high-performing rural incubation practices. Lots of charts, graphs and case studies are included.
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