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According to the definition in Wikipedia, an Entrepreneurship Ecosystem refers to the elements – individuals, organizations or institutions – outside the individual entrepreneur that are conducive to the choice of a person to become an entrepreneur, or the probabilities of his or her success growing their company. Organizations and individuals representing these elements are referred to as entrepreneurship stakeholders. Entrepreneurship stakeholders may include government, schools, universities, private sector, businesses, investors, banks, entrepreneurs, research centers, military, students, lawyers and others.
Hielema, Leslie, "Optimizing an entrepreneurial ecosystem" (2013). Business Faculty Publications. 1.
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