Babson College issues its latest “Global Entrepreneurship Monitor” report

Babson College has released the 2020-21 edition of its “Global Entrepreneurship Monitor,” and some of the findings are not that surprising.

For example, one-half of entrepreneurs said they were motivated to start a new venture because jobs were difficult to find, representing a 22 percent increase compared to the previous report. The report also found that 54 percent of entrepreneurs and 43% of business owners reported that the pandemic introduced new business opportunities.

Here’s a link to a news release from Babson, and the full report can be found here.

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