Category : SJSSR: Volume 2, Issue 6
IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY ENTREPRENEURS INTRAPRENEURS ON SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
DANLADI BALA1, ALI AHMADU GAWUNA2, MOHAMMAD ABUBAKAR3 & YUSUF ABDULHAKEEM4
1. NCS- Training College Goron-Dutse Kano, firstname.lastname@example.org. phone: 08038317070
2. Department of Marketing Kano State Polytechnic, email@example.com: 08068136133
3. Department of Marketing Kano State Polytechnicmabubakarhotoro@gmail.com: 08069441934
4. Department of Business Management Federal University Dutsinma Katsina State: 08036657600, Abdulhakemyusuf39@gmail.com
The aim of this research paper is to determine the impact of Technology, entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs operations in Nigerian business environment in relation to socio-economic development. The study review various research available to the Technology, entrepreneurs, intrapreneurs and assess how far they contribute toward socio-economic development. However, weak Technology, entrepreneurs, intrapreneurs practices lies in the cost profile of manufacturing processes, inefficient design of business Technology, poor management of entrepreneurs funds which hardly been accolade by the high cost of obtaining basic services that are taken for granted elsewhere. Effective implementation of policy is the best way out of this menace. The methodology adopted was Conceptual in nature, intensive library work was carried out to explicate the theoretical issues. Data was gathered from various sources such Journals, textbook, periodical, dissertation, government report, internet, archival and other related documents. The study revealed that various programme have been put in a place by federal government to enhance Technology, entrepreneurship, intrapreneneur practices in relation to socio- economic development. Similarly, financial institutions, non-financial institution and NGOs have made considerable effort to palliate the challenge confronting SMEs development. The study recommends government through central bank of Nigeria should establish National credit scheme of SMEs which would generate at least 80% of loans needed by SMEs in Nigeria. also the study recommend that government should put more emphasis on science and technical education and the introduction of entrepreneurial studies in all Nigeria universities and make it compulsory to be tough from 100 level up to the final level. SMEDAN should through its business development service provide support in the area of capacity building and skill upgrade, identification of sources of funds with attractive rates.
Keywords; Technology, Entrepreneurs, Intrapreneurs, Innovation, Development.