By guest author Irina Patterson
If you are running a business incubator or any other entrepreneur-supporting organization, we at 1M/1M would like to hear from you. To share with us your thoughts, you can simply finish any of these sentences: >>>
After a few hiccups, it was great to finally meet Indus Khaitan, partner at The Morpheus, an incubator out of India, face-to-face over lunch. We were talking to Khaitan as part of a new series, an exploration of how business incubators are doing their part in advancing the cause of entrepreneurship. >>>
While my previous post on entrepreneurship education, Bootstrapping at B-Schools is still generating hot discussion, I would like to pose another important discussion topic: Why do business incubators fail?
Those among my readers who have perspective and analysis to offer on the subject, please feel free to jump right in.
[Please note that since this discussion started here on the blog in 2010, we have launched the One Million by One Million global initiative, and for incubators looking for a viable business model, you are very welcome to reach out to us to become a partner of our program.]