Should We Continue the Process of Researching for Business or Give it up Because of the Crises?
Paper presents the permanent process of research for business, its compulsory steps, the role of innovation and business incubators, as supporting element for SME’s growth, especially in a crises period. Beside the facilities offered to SMEs, other benefits come from creating a business incubator, such as: developing innovative products, product design, prototyping, technological transfer and nevertheless, registration and exploitation of intellectual property rights, coming from the obtained products. All these contribute to the improvement of SMEs obtained results, reflecting into the national economy. In order to be even more practical, we chose an example of a functional business incubator, ITA Pro-Energ, and showed the facilities that it offers to its eleven incubated SMEs, as well as their improvement on market position
Volume (Year): X (2010)
Issue (Month): 2 (October)
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