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Business Incubators and Small Enterprise Development: The Nigerian Experience

by Oyeyemi Adegbite
Small Business Economics ()
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Abstract

The article reviews the development of business incubators in a developing country, namely Nigeria. The current operational status of the seven existing incubators are highlighted as well as the successes and shortcomings associated with the implementation of the programme. This is followed with an assessment of the needs to be addressed before incubators can make the desired impact in stimulating entrepreneurship development and technological innovation. Finally, policy recommendations are made to guide the future development of business incubators in Nigeria so that they can make effective contribution to the goal of promoting small and medium scale enterprises.

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