Entrepreneurship and Start-up
Author(s):
Preeti Attri, Prof. Sunita Bharatwal, Neha Rani
Keywords:
Angel investors, Innovations, Risk, Brainstorming, Ecosystems, GDP
Abstract
India is the third largest ecosystem for creating startups and converting them into Angel investors at the global ecosystems. India has already set up a world benchmark for a new startup after the world after US and China. Startups are the reflection of the development of various small ideas from small to large businesses. Entrepreneurship is the brainstorming of business ideas that drive innovation. The innovations in entrepreneurship are full of risk and asymmetries of financing for the new start-up. Entrepreneurship acts as the pillar for economic development as it leads to employment generation, an increase in GDP, industrialization, and trade. Entrepreneurship in recent years has attracted Indian government schemes and the government is also making many schemes to promote small entrepreneurship. The main purpose of this paper is to study Entrepreneurship and how it has to lead to Start up business. The study was done based on secondary data collected from various newspapers, government magazines, sources of books, journals and websites.
Article Details
Unique Paper ID: 159641

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 12

Page(s): 313 - 319
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