THE 蜂鸟电竞在线入口 SME AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP OUTLOOK
Since 2019, the yearly Entrepreneurship at a Glance publication has been replaced with a biennial
蜂鸟电竞在线入口 SME and Entrepreneurship Outlook
. The 蜂鸟电竞在线入口 SME and Entrepreneurship Outlook presents the latest trends in performance of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and provides a comprehensive overview of business conditions and policy frameworks for SMEs and entrepreneurs.
shines a light on the impacts of the global pandemic on SMEs and entrepreneurs. SMEs and entrepreneurs have been hit hard during the COVID-19 crisis. Policy responses were quick and unprecedented, helping cushion the blow and maintain most SMEs and entrepreneurs afloat. Despite the magnitude of the shock, available data so far point to sustained start-ups creation, no wave of bankruptcies, and an impulse to innovation in most 蜂鸟电竞在线入口 countries. However, government support has been less effective at reaching the self-employed, smaller and younger firms, women, and entrepreneurs from minorities. Countries were not all even in their capacity to support SMEs either. As vaccine campaigns roll out and economic prospects brighten, governments have to take the turn of a crisis exit and create the conditions to build back better. The 蜂鸟电竞在线入口 SME and Entrepreneurship Outlook 2021 brings new evidence on the impact of the crisis and policy responses on SMEs and entrepreneurs. It reflects on longer-term issues, such as SME indebtedness or SME role in more resilient supply chains or innovation diffusion. The report contains country profiles that benchmark impact, factors of vulnerability, and sources of resilience in 蜂鸟电竞在线入口 countries, and give a policy spotlight on liquidity support and recovery plans for SMEs.
The next update is scheduled for 2023.
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