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Effect of Entrepreneurship Trainings on the Performance of Micro and Small Enterprises -Arbaminch town-Arbaminch-Ethiopia

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.9, No. 8)

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Page : 936-947

Keywords : Entrepreneurship; Entrepreneurship trainings; Micro and Small Enterprises MSEs; Performance;

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The study was designed as descriptive research. The conscious intent to undertake this study was to adequately examine the effect of entrepreneurship trainings on the performance of micro and small-scale enterprises, Arbaminch town enterprise development office, Arba Minch, Gomo Zone, SNNPR Region, Ethiopia. The overarching objective of this study was to analyse the relationship between entrepreneurship training programs and perceived performance of MSE operators. The investigation conducted with the participants of entrepreneurship training programs. In the total 646 MSE operators, 110 participants were selected as sample population based on stratified simple random sampling technique. The primary and secondary data were employed in the study, and the primary data were properly obtained through a comprehensive structured questionnaire. The obtained data were carefully analyzed, tabulated and properly presented in appropriate tables. In this social study, descriptive statistics like mean, standard deviation, Correlation analysis and multiple linear regression analyses were used to investigate the relationship and impact of entrepreneurship trainings and perceived performance of MSE operators and MSEs. The key finding of the study was that entrepreneurship training programs/packages had low, intermediate and high correlations, with the performances of Arbaminch town MSE Operators. The Business planning preparation training exhibited a direct and significant correlation, both Marketing and business management trainings were intermediate and strong correction and accounting and financial management trainings were found low and intermediate correlation with performances MSEs.

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