Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference on Cultivating Undergraduate Entrepreneurship and Management Engineering

Strategy Studies on Improving College Students Entrepreneurial Financing Capability

Authors
Deli Sheng, Li Zhou
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Deli Sheng
Available Online June 2015.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/cueme-15.2015.14How to use a DOI?
Keywords
College students; entrepreneurship; entrepreneurial financing; strategies
Abstract
With Premier Li Keqiang advocated "the public business, the highly innovative",entrepreneurship is becoming a popular vocabulary.As the main force and successors of future society,college students’ entrepreneurship can not be ignored.Through our survey,we found that the priority trouble college students faced when they started their business is lacking of funds,how to improve the financing capacity of the student population becomes a serious problem. Based on the financial problems when college students starting their business and analysis of the causes,we proposed some suggestions to enhance the ability of college students’ entrepreneurial financing ability, so as to improve the current conditions of college students’ entrepreneurial financing ability,further stimulate the entrepreneurial enthusiasm of [This paper is sponsored by the 2015 Bayu overseas program of introducing talents of CTBU and the research program supported by CTBU under grant 680214004, the research program supported by Chongqing Municipal Education Commission under grant 132036. ]college students.
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