The paper "The Motivational Background of Teenpreneurs: The Case of Germany" by Dr Jonas Löher, Dr Teita Bijedić and Olga Suprinovič has been accepted for this year's conference "Research in Entrepreneurship and Small Business" (RENT).
The IfM researchers show, that young people see their start-up primarily as a field for personal learning and development. On the other hand, the financial motives seem to play a subordinate role. The RENT will occur from 15. – 17. November in Gdansk/Poland and is themed "Taming Uncertainty".