Startup Success Factors - a Study of the Food Industry and the Case of Nyhtökaura
Authors: Reetta Kivelä, Aino Heikkilä, and Jenni Simonen
Partners: The Finnish Food and Drink Industries' Federation (ETL), K-Group, Ministry of Employment and the Economy and Startup Foundation
The project will provide a wide range of information for start-up entrepreneurs and those planning to become entrepreneurs in different sectors. The information will also support the development of businesses in the food sector and other key sectors of the future and, through the story of Nyhtökaura, provide an inspiring example for women entrepreneurs, researchers, students, and experts interested in entrepreneurship.
The publication produced by the project will increase knowledge about start-up activities, encourage entrepreneurship and support oat-related development activities. The project will also produce an information package on start-up entrepreneurship for use in education and lectures.
Project publications (in Finnish)
Blog: More foreign workers are entering the Finnish labour market – and some of them have to pay money for it
E2 Research’s new report states: Money and war motivate Ukrainian seasonal workers in Finland
Ukrainian seasonal workers in Finland want to earn money both to secure their livelihoods and to aid...
New study: Foreign Employees Appreciate Finnish Work Culture – Yet Many Struggle at the Beginning of Their Career
Employees with a foreign background see many positive factors in Finnish work culture: low hierarchi...