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The review article outlines a strategic approach to establishing a network aimed at promoting and developing entrepreneurship education. It emphasizes the importance of fostering a robust ecosystem that supports the cultivation of entrepreneurial skills among students and young entrepreneurs. The proposed network seeks to facilitate the sharing of best practices, resources, and research findings among educators, entrepreneurs, and institutions to enhance the relevance, dynamism, and effectiveness of entrepreneurship education. The research highlights key objectives such as creating a sustainable platform for idea generation, training in resource mobilization, and fostering collaboration and partnerships across various stakeholders. It proposes integrating technology to extend the network's reach and impact, developing comprehensive curriculums and training programs tailored to the needs of young entrepreneurs, and implementing a system for measuring and evaluating the network's effectiveness. Through these strategies, the network aims to prepare students for the challenges of the business world, encouraging innovation and the successful transition of business ideas from concept to reality.


Entrepreneurship Education Idea Generation Resource Mobilization Collaborative Networks Innovation and Development

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Korang, V. (2024). Establishing a Network for Promoting and Developing Entrepreneurship Education. Convergence Chronicles, 5(1), 343–353.


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