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For Formed Entrepreneurial Culture

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Culture greases the wheels of entrepreneurial spirit. Without it, even the rich and business plan would remain nothing more than a document. It creates values to have really clear-cut visionary maps and principles to discover the realm of entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurs use their mindsets and essential entrepreneurial thinking to build successful family businesses and share their experiences to help get good change of economical system to be more attractive for the futuristic entrepreneurs which can pave the ground building up startups and the transition of innovative minds towards successful firms. The aim of this paper, however is to describe this special attitude, which manifests itself in entrepreneurial thinking, and offers a solution to help successors in family businesses and the whole society to not only revamp but also improve their entrepreneurial vitality. Thereupon, providing a programmed platform modeling by MDA-model driven architecture–to help anyone know his weakness and strength in entrepreneurial landmark. Hence, improve the potential weaknesses and strength too for the purpose of having statistics enable those countries by using big Data to usher the state of entrepreneurial values in the community culture into forward-thinking.


  • Culture
  • MDA
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Clear visionary
  • Startups
  • Innovation
  • Family businesses
  • Programs
  • Big data

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EL Omari, M., Erramdani, M., Hajbi, R. (2017). For Formed Entrepreneurial Culture. In: Rocha, Á., Serrhini, M., Felgueiras, C. (eds) Europe and MENA Cooperation Advances in Information and Communication Technologies. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 520. Springer, Cham.

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