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dc.contributor.authorMohd Hazli Bin Mohd Rusli-
dc.contributor.authorAnis Nur Assila Rozmi-
dc.contributor.authorUniKL BMI-
dc.descriptionUniKL BMIen_US
dc.description.abstractThis paper believes ‘technopreneurship” or Tech Entrepreneurship is the answer to the new revolution based on the Information Communication Technology. Technopreneurship is found to play an important role and is a critical success factor for any high-tech venture. The problem with technopreneurship is not a lack of demand; but the problem is overcapitalization, unrealistic expectations and companies living off their investors instead of their profits as correctly pointed out by Dan Balaski (1999) in his column in Entrepreneur.Com. The questions that need to be answered how do we constitute a technopreneur. How do we classify them and what make them stand out from the conventional entrepreneur. With this in mind technopreneur has become more accepted over the past few years, and more people are looking at it. The researcher believe there is a significant difference between an entrepreneur and a technopreneur, with the latter having an advantage on the mastery of the technology element besides possessing good business acumen.en_US
dc.subjectInformation Communication Technologyen_US
dc.subjectTech Entrepreneuren_US
dc.subjectUniKL BMIen_US
dc.titleRedefining The University Science Park model in UniKL BMI Academic setting: A Conceptual Study on Economic Growth through Tech Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Commercializationen_US
dc.typeWorking Paperen_US
dc.conference.nameInternational Conference on Engineering Technology and Technopreneurship (ICE2T 2014)en_US
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