A Study On Perception Towards An Entrepreneurship Development Program: A Case Of Entrepreneurs Based In Gujarat

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Dr. Rupam Rajivkumar Mishra


Entrepreneurs are seen as economic growth agents. They increase the standard of living through generating wealth, creating jobs, and providing new goods and services. In this competitive era, entrepreneurship growth, particularly first-generation entrepreneurship and the subsequent creation of jobs and income, is one of the most significant parts of supporting MSME, which is a major way of inclusive development. Motivation and training are the two most critical inputs for fostering entrepreneurship and supporting the growth of existing small businesses. An EDP enables and qualifies entrepreneurs to foresee and deal with a wide range of difficulties that every entrepreneur may encounter. It offers the entrepreneur the confidence to tackle challenges and take successful risks. In this study, the researcher aimed to investigate the perceptions of 100 Entrepreneurs who are about to join EDP in Gujarat, India.

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