Wednesday, October 26, 2005


photo courtesy of shkullaku

the entrepreneural mind just reported a new global study put out by the global entrepreneurship monitor project. what they found was that "just 9.8% of the world's entrepreneurs expect to create almost 75% of the jobs generated by new business ventures.

two of the key findings that they mentioned were:

1. among country groups studied, more high expectation entrepreneurial activity occurs in north america (usa and canada) and oceania (australia and new zealand) than in any other country group. for these groups, high expectation entrepreneurial activities ranges from 1% to 1.6% of the adult population.

2. among five countries studied individually, high expectation entrepreneurial activity is highest in usa (1.6% of adult population), roughly twice the rate in the uk and germany (.07%)


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