İşletme Kuluçkalarında Sunulan Destek Hizmetlerinin Yeni Kurulan Firmaların Hayatta Kalabilirliği Üzerine Etkisi: İş Geliştirme Merkezleri (İŞGEM) Örneği
[The Effects of Business Incubator Support Services on Survivability of Newly Established Firms: The Case of Business Development Centers]
Business incubators are mechanisms which aim to formation and development of new ventures and to survive of these ventures through various supportive services. The aim of this study is to examine the effects of business incubator programs and its services on tenant firm performance in the context of Business Development Centers (ISGEMs). The study consists of 414 firms and 12 business incubators in Turkey. Within the framework of research model, business incubator services were categorized in 4 groups as (1) office services, (2) shared/common services, (3) education/training services and (4) counseling services and results show that all service groups have significant and positive effects on firms’ survival probabilities.
|Date of creation:||Jun 2012|
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|Publication status:||Published in Global Journal of Economics and Business Studies 1.1(2012): pp. 13-21|
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