The Challenges of Young I.C.T Entrepreneur in Developing Countries: Case Study-Ghana


This paper seeks to contribute to the ongoing research on the challenges and development of young Information & Communication Technology (I.C.T) entrepreneurs in today‟s technologically advanced world and to suggest remedies to these challenges. The scope of this research focuses on entrepreneurs in developing countries and the contribution of various stakeholders in empowering young entrepreneurs, achieve their dreams.



Affum, Emmanuel
Ansong, Edward Danso
Hayfron-Acquah, J. B


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An article published by International Journal of Computer Applications Volume 45– No.21, May 2012

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