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What managers can learn from knowledge intensive technology startups? •

Exploring the skillset for developing adaptive organizational learning capabilities of a successful start-up enterprise in management education

Society and Economy
Authors:
Diána Dóra Beke
,
Andrea Sólyom
, and
Andrea Juhászné Klér

has become especially important when considering the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, which put the restructuring and rethinking of organizational identity into the focus of many businesses ( De Smet et al. 2021 ; Orth – Schuldis 2021 ). Startups are

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entrepreneurship and for business entrepreneurship ( Austin et al. 2006 ). Similarly, startup founders may also employ specific measures of success. While the scope of this paper does not allow for an in-depth discussion of all related issues, there exist several

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cooperate with FinTech startups and scaleups 1 in recent years ( Horváth 2019 ). Through joint developments with these new companies, banks can target new customer segments and renew their business model, gaining several long

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Kiberbiztonsági kompetencia hálózatok Európában – K+F+I lehetőségek a következő évtizedben

Cybersecurity Competence Network in Europe – R&D&I Opportunities in the Next Decade

Scientia et Securitas
Author:
Csaba Krasznay

-92-79-92954-0 NKFIH Szeptemberben startol a Hungarian Startup University Program NKFIH 2020 https

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Abstract  

Highly radioactive waste from defense-related activities at the Savannah River Site in South Carolina are to be incorporated into a borosilicate glass in the Defense Waste Processing Facility (DWPF) for long-tem geological isolation. Processing and repository safety considerations require the determination of 24 radioisotopes that meet the reporting criteria. These isotopes include fission products, activation products, and daughter nuclei that grow into the waste. Four isotopes,137Cs,90Sr,238Pu and238U will be routinely measured in the DWPF operation for process control. This work shows that the concentrations of the other 20 reportable radioisotopes in the final glass product can be predicted from a thorough characterization of the high level waste (HLW) tanks and a knowledge of the concentrations of the major non-radioactive components in the vitrification process.

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Today, companies have to face new challanges because of the globalization, new technologies, globalization of markets and increasing competition. In this accelerated world, it is essential that the companies adapt to the market, which is only available through the necessary information. The importance of market research is undoubted. In our study we would like to prove that in case of a beginner company — in this case a confectionery — it is important to perform a market research like for a company in any other segment. To perform it, the qualitative market research methods were used. Our questionnaire examines several aspects in order to provide an indication of the company’s founding.

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very relevant since economic growth can be fostered by the startup companies. The market failures present at the financing of the earliest lifecycle (“seed”) stage startups ( Kállay – Jáki 2019 ) combined with the positive externalities of startups

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) . Cressy , R. ( 1996 ): Are Business Start-Ups Debt-Rationed? Economic Journal , 106 ( 4 ): 1253 – 1270 . Criaco , G. – Sieger , P. – Wennberg , K. – Chirico , F

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Across Languages and Cultures
Authors:
Károly Polcz
,
Szvetlana Hamsovszki
,
Erika Huszár
,
Emőke Jámbor
,
Nóra Szigetváry
, and
Marianna Válóczi

and Spanish as the target languages. The study focuses on the multilingual terminology of start-up companies, which, as far as we are aware, has not been explored from the perspective of translation studies and terminology. The objective is to reveal

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the interviews with start-ups' management and archival material. The paper is organised as follows. The second section includes the literature review on external enablers of entrepreneurship, blockchain characteristics and its implications, and

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