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|Title:||Bridging the entrepreneur educational and training gap in growing market sectors: a review of the IT industry in India|
|Citation:||Proceedings of the IntEnt 2001 Conference: Internationalizing Entrepreneurship Education and Training, 2002 / Nieuwenhuizen, C., Klandt, H. (ed./s), vol.39, pp.1-16|
|Publisher:||Josef Eul Verlag|
|Conference Name:||11th Global IntEnt 2001 Conference (02 Jul 2001 - 04 Jul 2001 : Kruger, South Africa)|
|Rajeev Kamineni, Justin Craig, and Noel Lindsay|
|Abstract:||This paper highlights the need for developing countries to introduce enterprise education. Specifically, the situation in India is examined. The suggestion is made that, in order for governments to grow companies, and even industries, that are sustainable, there must be a focus on training initiatives that develop entrepreneurial business skills to complement technical skills. Four major implications (climate for success, skills training, accessing funds, and networking) are discussed.|
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|Appears in Collections:||Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation, and Innovation Centre publications|
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