Lina Gozali, Maslin Masrom, Yuri T Zagloel, Habibah @Norehan Haron
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Inkubasi bisnis adalah suatu system yang inovatif dan dirancang untuk membantu pebisnis mula-mula untuk membangun bisnisnya, terutama pebisnis di bidang teknologi. Tujuan dari penulisan ini adalah mengetahui lebih lanjut tentang studi pilot yang sudah dilakukan dalam bilang kewirausahaan dan inkubasi bisnis, sehingga kendala dan masalah yang dihadapi diketahui lebih dalam. Jumlah responden dalam pengumpulan data harus dievaluasi secara serius dan dipertimbangkan dari beberapa kasus yang sudah terjadi di dunia internasional. Methodologi dari naskah ini kajian studi pustaka dari beberapa jumlah responden yang digunakan dalam studi pilot dalam bidang kewirausahaan dan penelitian inkubasi bisnis. Hasil yang diperoleh dari review ini adalah jumlah terbesar dalam studi pilot bidang inkubasi bisnis dan kewirausahaan adalah 35 responden.


Inkubasi bisnis; studi pilot; kewirausahaan

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