Comparative studies of the environment and startup barriers on the example of Poland and Kyrgyzstan
Aizhan Dosalieva , Urszula Kobylińska
AbstractEach year, thousands of ambitious startup projects appear in this venture world. As the demand of young students who want to be entrepreneurs to work in their desirable posi-tion, more and more people are setting up their own startups. However, plenty of small business statistics estimated that 80 percent of startups fail by the end of second years of existence. The development of startup projects is hampered by a number of barriers. Some barriers have been formed for a long time, for example, lying in the field of social psychol-ogy. However, most of the barriers appeared during the transition to the market and have an institutional character. The main aim of the article is to provide insight into barriers to startup establishment. This paper is also devoted to study theoretical knowledge on startups and its environment. Topics discussed in this thesis provide an overall understanding of history, determination, features, drivers and components of startups. Paper will give some insight on startup envi-ronment in Poland and Kyrgyzstan, in addition compare student’s perception toward limi-tation run the startup projects. Including brief take on the reasons that tend to make startups fail or succeed. Furthermore, concepts of university incubators with their activities and end goals are also reviewed in depth. The research was held among 100 participants from Bialystok University of Technology and International Ala-Too University. Results present comparison in startup environment of Polish and Kyrgyzstani students.
|Journal series||Akademia Zarządzania, ISSN 2544-512X, (0 pkt)|
|Publication size in sheets||0.50|
|Keywords in English||start-up, entrepreneurship, barriers, internal and external drivers|
|Internal identifier||ROC 19-20|
|Score||= 5.0, 12-02-2020, ArticleFromJournal|
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