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Technical Skills Business Management Skills Personal Entrepreneurial Skills

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Categorization: Dimensions
 

Need for achievement
Locus of control
Risk taking propensity
    Job Satisfaction 


Venture capital availability Previous work experience Overall cost leadership
Presence of experienced entrepreneurs Entrepreneurial parents Differentiation
Technically skilled workforce Age Focus
Accessibility of suppliers Education The new product or service
Accessibility of customers or markets Parallel competition
Govt influences Franchise entry
Proximity of universities Geographical transfer
Availability of land or facilities Supply shortage
Accesibility of transportation Tapping unutilized resources
Attitude of the area population Customer contract
Availability of supporting services Becoming a second source
Living conditions Joint ventures
Occupational & industrial differentiation Licensing
More recent immigrants in population Market relinquishment
Large industrial base Sell off of division
Availability of financial resources Favored purchasing by govt.
Barriers to entry   Governmental rule changes
Existing competitors Locate a business opportunity
Substitute Accumulate resources
Bargaining power buyers/suppliers Market products and services
Produce the product
Build an organization
Respond to govt and society
Entrepreneurial Environment

Political Economical Social Technological Legal Cultural


Political Competition
Atmosphere Policies Consumer and Risk Rules Structure
Quality of Regulatio Aspirations
Leadership Labor Labor Efficiency n and Value
Trade Attitudes Productivity
Tariffs Opinions Profitability
Incentive Motives
Subsidies
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