Economic crisis and young business failures – young low skilled people embark in entrepreneurship without having the necessary skills to avoid the many caveats that they will encounter when starting and operating their business.
Fear for business failure & lack of start-up skills – Young people often have little work experience, either as employees or entrepreneurs, and are unlikely to have been able to acquire significant specialised technical, business management or personal entrepreneurial experience.
Management Accounting and Entrepreneurship – the planning and monitoring in an organisation, both financially and non-financially quantified.
- unemployed/uneducated aspiring entrepreneurs (special attention to females)
- failed entrepreneurs
- those with refugee/immigrant background
- those with socially disadvantaged backgrounds
Start date: 17 December 2018
Duration: 30 months