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URN etd-0803118-181850
Author Qian-Yu Huang
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Department Institute of Human Resource Management
Year 2018
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title A study on the Accelerator to Startup teams - The case study of I company
Date of Defense 2018-08-20
Page Count 44
Keyword
  • Accelerator
  • Case study
  • willingness to set up a business
  • Call for proposal
  • Abstract Starting a business is considered the momentum of economic growth and encouraging starting one is regarded an effective approach to boost the economy. The earliest concept of setting up a business stems from the economist Cantillon (1755). He defines it as a measure to obtain economic profits through an individual’s undertaking potential risk and engaging in arbitrage. Starting a business is about the combined operations of capitalist, capital, labor and resources so that it can demonstrate its functions to generate economic value and stimulate the market. All governments are motivated to attract talent to their countries so as to boost their domestic industry and economy through start-ups. In recent years, Taiwan is surrounded by the ambience to set up a business of one’s own, ranging from schools, businesses and the whole social aspects. Although the environment in Taiwan is not yet mature, the government is planning relative policies to better the economic situations and encourage people to found their own companies. The motive of this study originates from an interest to engage in counseling people desiring to start their own businesses as well as an enthusiasm in “ the effects of accelerators on teams of startup.” I, therefore, would like to delve into the studies of start-ups having been counseled.
    This paper adopts qualitative research analysis on a case study, choosing “Plan A accelerator” that executes government policies. I aim to analyze it through data collections and thorough interviews with the business founders. The outcomes are as the following: the most valued assessments of Plan A Accelerator are the willingness to set up a business, the value of products and marketing strategies.
    Advisory Committee
  • PO-WEN JENG - chair
  • YU-PING WANG - co-chair
  • BIH-SHIAW JAW - advisor
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  • etd-0803118-181850.pdf
  • Indicate in-campus at 5 year and off-campus access at 5 year.
    Date of Submission 2018-09-03

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