Entrepreneurship and Employability
Our research focus area on Entrepreneurship and Employability is concerned with future of work assessment, youth entrepreneurship, incubation management, entrepreneurship education, digitalization, and labor needs assessment.
Entrepreneurship and Employability are strongly connected. Entrepreneurial ventures create employment opportunities and may influence a country’s economic performance by bringing new products, methods and production processes to the market which boosts productivity and competition.
MSM’s Entrepreneurship and Employability research addresses inter alia subjects such as impacts of motivation on venture growth. Different strokes of the 4th industrial revolution and Future work of Africa. And new approached for agricultural development.