The Guardian Technology competitions: setting young entrepreneurs up to fail?
Makes excellent point which is relevant for all sectors looking to support innovators. Ideas without solid support systems will falter in the short term and are unlikely to see long-term. Also, funding is important, but more important is mentorship and targeted coaching. No one innovative idea or one entreprenuer has exactly the same learning need or level. They need diverse learning resources and flexible access. Frequently, they don't know what they need to learn, and so plotting support plans need to be adaptable to the individual. Sure, there are consistent topics and themes, but the learning is most effective when self directed with broad support from a network of mentors, coaches, and peers.
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