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Von der Idee bis zum Gewinn - eine empirische Analyse der Entwicklungsprozesse von Neugründungen

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  • Bijedić, Teita
  • Löher, Jonas
  • Nielen, Sebastian
  • Schlömer-Laufen, Nadine
  • Herrmann, Andrea
  • Zimmermann, Maximilian

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Die Studie analysiert den Gründungsprozess sowie die hierfür benötigte Zeit von Neugründungen in den zwei Branchen alternative Energien und Informationstechnologie. Es zeigt sich, dass Gründungen keinem einheitlichen Prozess folgen. So konnten insgesamt vier verschiedene Gründungsverlaufstypen identifiziert werden. Die Gründungsverläufe unterscheiden sich insbesondere dahingehend, ob und wann ein Businessplan erstellt wurde. Die Geschwindigkeit der einzelnen Prozessschritte wird dagegen vor allem durch den Innovationsgrad des Geschäftsmodells bestimmt. Gründungen, die etwa auf radikalen Innovationen beruhen, brauchen fast 16 Monate länger, bis ein tragfähiges Geschäftsmodell entsteht als Gründungen, die imitativ sind. Im Vergleich zur USA sind die Gründungsprozesse in Deutschland signifikant kürzer.

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  • Bijedić, Teita & Löher, Jonas & Nielen, Sebastian & Schlömer-Laufen, Nadine & Herrmann, Andrea & Zimmermann, Maximilian, 2020. "Von der Idee bis zum Gewinn - eine empirische Analyse der Entwicklungsprozesse von Neugründungen," IfM-Materialien 281, Institut für Mittelstandsforschung (IfM) Bonn.
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    Gründungen; Gründungsprozesse; Businessplan; Venture creation processes; Start-ups; Business plan;
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    • L26 - Industrial Organization - - Firm Objectives, Organization, and Behavior - - - Entrepreneurship
    • M13 - Business Administration and Business Economics; Marketing; Accounting; Personnel Economics - - Business Administration - - - New Firms; Startups

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