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Comparative study on the entrepreneurial skills and motivations of young adults

As part of the European project  “StartUp-Academy – Developing International Innovation Acceleration and Supporting Environment for potential young Startuppers”, 5 organizations from Hungary, Greece, Croatia, Romania and Spain conducted a research on the entrepreneurial skills and motivations of young adults. Respondents were aged from 18 to 35 and they were all living near their workplace.

The questionnaire included questions related to their demographic data (gender, age, finalized studies, type of dwelling place), to their future vision, to their different type of competences (language, economic, etc.) and to their entrepreneurial willingness. Each promotor had the opportunity to collect the answers from respondents online or by fieldwork.

The answers were centralized by each organization in each country and were analyzed in the form of a study. These were used to compare the characteristics and trends of the target groups of the involved states and concluded in the following study.

Download the Comparative Analysis here!


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