Research Will Power Accelerated Learning for Technology Entrepreneurs

Research Will Power Accelerated Learning for Technology Entrepreneurs (The NIIC)

Successful entrepreneurs are driven to address unmet market and customer needs. In that same spirit, a national research project is underway to accelerate learning for technology-driven entrepreneurs.

“This research is focused on founder learning behaviors, the role of entrepreneur coachability, and how startups can gain commitment from that first employee. We are unaware that this type of research exists,” said Matthew R. Marvel, Director, of Entrepreneurship Center, Ball State University and Principal Investigator.

The Tech Startup Readiness Research Project is led by a team of thought leaders in entrepreneurship research and venture acceleration, including Marvel; Donald F. Kuratko (Dr. K), Jack M. Gill Chair of Entrepreneurship, Professor of Entrepreneurship, Executive & Academic Director of Johnson Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation, and Director, Entrepreneurial Innovation Academy; Karl R. LaPan, President & CEO, The NIIC; and Mark S. Long, Director of Incubation Services, University of Florida.

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