Start-Up and Small Business Life
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Start-ups and small businesses (SU&SB) refer to entrepreneurial businesses, with a focus on the early stages that hinge on innovation and provide new, wide-ranging value to their environment, including customers, suppliers, community, investors, etc. SU&SB are deemed promising trajectories to development and growth in business terms as well as within communities, both regional and global, by introducing innovation, creating new jobs, using advanced technology, facilitating upward social mobility, and stimulating innovative strategies and technologies. These are typically carried out by small teams, with constrained resources in a highly competitive environment.
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