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Study „Public SME Grants and Firm Performance in European Union: A Systematic Review of Empirical Evidence “

The study aimed to answer the following research question. Do public subsidies and grants help supported small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to increase their performance and growth?   We answer this question by conducting a systematic review of evidence in the European Union. We review studies investigating the effects of public grants on firm performance […]

Study „Public SME Grants and Firm Performance in European Union: A Systematic Review of Empirical Evidence “
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Finance for startups (Roger Dorsch)

Thu 5.12.2019, 14:30 – 16:00 Room: RB 213 Roger Dorsch will explain what every entrepreneur should know about finance to make their business stronger, negotiate better with investors, banks, and to avoid finances becoming a barrier to growth plans. We will explore the basics and train the essentials in two case studies. Roger is a […]

Study „Public SME Grants and Firm Performance in European Union: A Systematic Review of Empirical Evidence “

The Freelance Way of Business & Career Growth

Have you ever considered a freelance career as a long-term alternative to being employed, and want to find out what it is all about? Or have you already been working as a freelancer, and want to improve the business side of things? Or are you just interested in the freelance economy and its future as […]

Study „Public SME Grants and Firm Performance in European Union: A Systematic Review of Empirical Evidence “

Meet the Proptech Stars

Don’t miss Meet the Proptech Stars: a discussion with two successful graduates who have earned tens of millions to develop their start-ups worldwide in the fast-paced proptech industry. What was their business story, what they saw growth opportunities in the industry and much more. Tuesday 19th November 2019 at 7.45 – 9.15 pm  in room […]

Study „Public SME Grants and Firm Performance in European Union: A Systematic Review of Empirical Evidence “

Alumni: Max Verteletskyi

Max was born in Ukraine. He completed his Bachelor’s degree in Corporate Economics and Management at the University of Economics in Prague and CEMS Master’s degree in International Management at the University of Economics in Prague and Copenhagen Business School. He was offered an internship from IBM during his university studies and went on to […]

Study „Public SME Grants and Firm Performance in European Union: A Systematic Review of Empirical Evidence “
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Google AdCamp is coming to Prague!

We’ve got some exciting news, Google AdCamp is coming to Prague! During this event, 25 selected finalists will have the chance to get a rare 360-degree look behind the scenes at Google, develop your professional network and gain new skills. You’ll have some fun, experience our culture and learn even more about our Global Business […]

Study „Public SME Grants and Firm Performance in European Union: A Systematic Review of Empirical Evidence “

Jan Mares lectured at the University of Groningen

Within the summer school Exploring Entrepreneurship Jan Mareš introduced students to the research project Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, in which he participated in the 2013 as a member of research team led by doc. Martin Lukeš. Students learned about two key areas of GEM’s research – Adult Population Survey (APS), which serves to understand entrepreneurial behavior […]

Study „Public SME Grants and Firm Performance in European Union: A Systematic Review of Empirical Evidence “

Members of the Department of Entrepreneurship attended prestigious training for teaching entrepreneurship in the USA

Blanka Habrmanová and Jan Mareš attended the prestigious Price-Babson Business Education Training Symposium for Entrepreneurship Educators at Babson College near Boston, Massachusetts. This school is not one of the best known in our country. However, it is one of the world leaders in business education. As part of the weekly intensive program, members of the […]

Study „Public SME Grants and Firm Performance in European Union: A Systematic Review of Empirical Evidence “

Department of Entrepreneurship organized 7th Year of International Scientific Conference IMES

The 7th International Conference Innovation Management, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability (IMES 2019) took place on May 30 – 31, 2019 at the University of Economics, Prague. The conference was organised by the Department of Entrepreneurship of the University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic in cooperation with • Faculty of Management, Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia • […]

Study „Public SME Grants and Firm Performance in European Union: A Systematic Review of Empirical Evidence “

Department of Enterpreneurship participated in a study that has just been published in the prestigious world magazine Technovation

Do business incubators really enhance entrepreneurial growth? Evidence from a large sample of innovative Italian start-ups Highlights Incubator tenancy had a negative short-term effect on start-ups’ sales revenue. Incubation seems to speed up sales revenue growth in the long run. Incubator tenancy had a negligible effect on start-ups’ job creation. Evidence justifying public spending on […]

Study „Public SME Grants and Firm Performance in European Union: A Systematic Review of Empirical Evidence “