The Productivity Improvement in Technology Transfer and commercialization

Krisda Phisonyabutha


Business incubation has been used for an entrepreneurship development throughout the global. And the policy to increase the evolution stimulation the collection of new firms and with their needs in the starting period, the concept of business incubation refers to an intensive, systematic effort to foster new firms in the early-stage of their activities. As a dynamic process, it offers a combination of infrastructure, development-support processes and expertise needed to assure the sustainable growth of incubatees into a target plan. However, there is still no consensus over what business incubation which factors contribute to successful business incubation. Moreover, the extent to Which business incubation performance were measured.   Additionally, the developing countries also try to provide such services of incubating or technology transfer from research or academic institutes to new business in order to strengthen their operating within the limitation of their budget. The aim of this paper is to critically assess the extant literature on business incubation service effectiveness and to suggest a incubation management can provide an environment that supports the development of incubate entrepreneurs and their firms. 


process improvement, Productivity, Technology transfer, Technology commercialization

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