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Volume 1 , Issue 1, PP: 36-51 , 2021

Title

The role of financial institutions in supporting entrepreneurial success: Case of Egypt

Authors Names :   Maha Saad Metawea   1 *  

1  Affiliation :  Assistant Professor of Business Administration Faculty of Business Administration Delta University * Costal International Road, Mansoura, Gamasa City, Dakhliya, Egypt

    Email :  Dr.mahasaad@hotmail.com



Doi   :  10.5281/zenodo.3733841


Abstract :

This paper investigates the Role of financial institutions in supporting entrepreneurial success in one of a very important emerging economy in the Middle East, Egypt. Also focuses on different tools used by either governmental or non-governmental agencies   that contributes to help entrepreneurs starting their jobs, and as a result, achieving the sustainable development goals (SDGs). Throughout the paper, reports various documents and academic literature were presented to determine the different types of sustainable development financing instruments available. Moreover, the various financial services provided by governmental and nongovernmental sectors are reviewed. Also, different types of challenges that may face entrepreneurs are also discussed. The interrelationships among those agencies as well as other technical support agencies are formulated in an integrated framework that describes the nature and direction of those relationships for the purpose of providing an adequate support to Egyptian entrepreneurs in various economic sectors.

Keywords :

entrepreneurship , accelerators , financial sector and non-financial services financial and technical support

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