Exploring the Possibilities for Increasing the Level of Communication between Young Entrepreneurs and Business

Keywords: communication, young enterpreneurs, business, higher education

Abstract

With the development of technology, there is a growing need to improve communication between young entrepreneurs and businesses. The ability of these two groups to communicate effectively with each other would rebuild the poor communication between them and help establish a more efficient and sustainable relationship. The paper based on a research into the opportunities to increase the level of communication between young entrepreneurs and businesses, endeavors to propose a set of guidelines for   their improved communication and cooperation.

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2021-06-09
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Ahmedova, S., Demirova, S., Musov, E., & Aziz, S. (2021, June 9). Exploring the Possibilities for Increasing the Level of Communication between Young Entrepreneurs and Business. ANNUAL JOURNAL OF TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF VARNA, BULGARIA, 5(1), 13-18. https://doi.org/10.29114/ajtuv.vol5.iss1.222
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