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Naderi N, Yusefi Z, Rezaee B. Phenomenology Barriers to the Creation and Launch Agricultural Startups . jea. 2016; 3 (5) :35-46
URL: http://jea.sanru.ac.ir/article-1-127-en.html
Entrepreneurship Management, Razi University of Kermanshah, Faculty of Social Sciences
Abstract:   (929 Views)
This study, we were looking phenomenology of barriers to agricultural startup launches were conducted as a qualitative and phenomenological. Participants were 15 executives of agricultural startups in 1395 that their companies were in the growth stage or growth. And were engaged supported by the Science and Technology Park and through interviews with 11 of them reached theoretical saturation. In order to collect data, in-depth interviews with open-ended questions and data analysis was performed based on Colaizzi. The findings in the form of 11 themes emerged which these themes are Low attractiveness for investment activities in section agriculture, Thinking high cost and low profit margins associated with agricultural activities, Macroeconomic mismanagement and a lack of recognition of the agricultural sector priorities, Failure notification system to serve the agriculture-based projects ideas, Weak management and a lack of strategic decision making for progress in agriculture, Restriction to allocate niches for agricultural startups in Science and Technology Park, The high cost of providing basic requirements and equipment for setting up the agricultural startup, High probability of stealing the idea due to the length of the process of obtaining patents in section agriculture, Time-consuming and costly process of obtaining the necessary permits from the relevant authorities such as department of agricultural jihad, Food and Drug Department and so on, Unpredictable factors such as weather, climate, rainfall, humidity, The problem of access to work because of the spatial distance from the farm, factory or warehouse.  
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2017/07/29 | Accepted: 2017/07/29 | Published: 2017/07/29

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