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What makes a successful and inclusive entrepreneurial ecosystem? (Part 2)

What makes a successful and inclusive entrepreneurial ecosystem? (Part 2)

In my last blog, I talked about the definition and evaluation of two key elements of an entrepreneurial ecosystem – entrepreneurs and entrepreneur support organizations (ESOs). While those two elements represent integral parts of the ecosystem, simply measuring each individual entrepreneur’s or organization’s success provides an incomplete picture of the viability and inclusivity of the ecosystem at the area-level.

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