Exploring the Factors that Affect Business Outcomes

OKS Emem E. Udom (BY 2009-2011) is examining entrepreneurship for her final Master's project at Grenoble Ecole de Management. 

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More people are choosing to become entrepreneurs. Likewise, convinced that entrepreneurial activity is essential for economic development, governments around the world are increasingly funding initiatives that are meant to foster entrepreneurship.

Failure is an important part of the entrepreneurial journey. Yet, no one sets out hoping to fail. Similarly, governments fund entrepreneurship initiatives with the expectation that the businesses created will yield positive economic and societal benefits. Consequently, it is imperative that we explore the factors that affect business outcomes, and this is the focus of my final master’s project.

If you’re an entrepreneur with a business in London, Paris, Grenoble or Berlin, I hope you’ll spare five minutes to answer the short questionnaire below. If you aren’t, please share the survey link with other entrepreneurs you know. Either way, it will be very helpful for my research! Thank you in advance for your help.

http://grenoble.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_38dmx0iyGF5tPBX

If you’d like to know more about my research, please drop me a line here: ememobong.udom@grenoble-em.com


 

 
OKS Emem E. Udom (BY 2009-2011) is examining entrepreneurship for her final Master's project & is looking to get in touch with Entrepreneurs in  London, Paris, Grenoble or Berlin. 

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