Evaluarea programului Start-up Nation România. Un studiu exploratoriu al percepției antreprenorilor

Camelia Anamaria Ilea, Bianca Veronica Radu

Abstract


The general objective of the study was to analyze the perception of entrepreneurs regarding the measures developed by the Romanian Government to stimulate entrepreneurship through the Start-up Nation program. Most of the respondents are of the opinion that the Start-up Nation program helped them develop their own business and they will recommend others to access this program. The study showed that there is sufficient financial support for new businesses, but entrepreneurs believe that nationally there are not enough government grants available for developing businesses created through the Start-up Nation program. At the same time, it emerged that the main barriers of the Startup Nation program are the bureaucratic system, with many administrative formalities, and the small number of experts in validating ideas and providing mentoring for start-ups.


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Start-up Nation Romania; entrepreneurship; financial incentives; policy evaluation.

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