Start-Up Success Factors Perceived as Important by USA and Korean Consultants

Authors

  • Sang-Suk Lee Kangnam University, Korea
  • Jerome S. Osteryoung Florida State University

Abstract

This study evaluates the determinants for  the start-up process  of successful  businesses in the USA and Korea. In particular, this study focuses on  the personal background of the consultants for start-up businesses from the two countries. How consultants perceive the determinants for start-up and the different factors between the two countries are examined.

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Published

2000-06-18

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Small Business Brief