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8. Opportunities And Challenges In Promoting Entrepreneurship Education In Japan By Harada Kikuko

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8. Opportunities And Challenges In Promoting Entrepreneurship Education In Japan By Harada Kikuko

  1. 1. Opportunities and challenges in promoting entrepreneurship education in Japan 䚷Mongolian Entrepreneurship Summit 2014.11.10 Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia Kikuko Harada Center For Entrepreneurship Development 䚷䚷䚷
  2. 2. About US Mission: - Support young people to develop entrepreneurship and create innovative society History: - Started in 1998 at Kyoto Research Park - Became independent as NPO in 2003 What we do: - Develop educational tools (textbook or programs) - Provide teacher training - Hold business competition or promotional activities - Research and policy proposal - Offer Business Seminar or entrepreneurship training 㻯㼛㼜㼥㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㻌㻬㻌㻯㼑㼚㼠㼑㼞㻌㼒㼛㼞㻌㻱㼚㼠㼞㼑㼜㼞㼑㼚㼑㼡㼞㼟㼔㼕㼜㻌㻰㼑㼢㼑㼘㼛㼜㼙㼑㼚㼠㻌㻭㼘㼘㻌㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㼟㻌㼞㼑㼟㼑㼞㼢㼑㼐㻚䚷
  3. 3. Teaching Materials Text book with CD-ROM On-line program 㻯㼛㼜㼥㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㻌㻬㻌㻯㼑㼚㼠㼑㼞㻌㼒㼛㼞㻌㻱㼚㼠㼞㼑㼜㼞㼑㼚㼑㼡㼞㼟㼔㼕㼜㻌㻰㼑㼢㼑㼘㼛㼜㼙㼑㼚㼠㻌㻭㼘㼘㻌㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㼟㻌㼞㼑㼟㼑㼞㼢㼑㼐㻚䚷
  4. 4. Plaorm site for entrepreneurship projects Like button Project report http://www.youthenterprise.jp/ 㻯㼛㼜㼥㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㻌㻬㻌㻯㼑㼚㼠㼑㼞㻌㼒㼛㼞㻌㻱㼚㼠㼞㼑㼜㼞㼑㼚㼑㼡㼞㼟㼔㼕㼜㻌㻰㼑㼢㼑㼘㼛㼜㼙㼑㼚㼠㻌㻭㼘㼘㻌㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㼟㻌㼞㼑㼟㼑㼞㼢㼑㼐㻚䚷
  5. 5. Youth Enterprise Trade Fair l Real Trade Experience l Evaluation from professionals Copyright @ Center for Entrepreneurship Development All rights reserved. 
  6. 6. InternaConal CompeCCon Global Enterprise Challenge An international online enterprise skills competition (12Hours) Target: High school students (16-18 years old) Work as a team (up to 10 eligible students ) Submission :2 pages of A4 business plan Three-Minute Oral Video Presentation Date:June 13, 2015 8:00-20:00 (about 17 countries) Challenge: Provide solutions to issues emerging in the global community http://www.globalenterprisechallenge.com/ 㻯㼛㼜㼥㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㻌㻬㻌㻯㼑㼚㼠㼑㼞㻌㼒㼛㼞㻌㻱㼚㼠㼞㼑㼜㼞㼑㼚㼑㼡㼞㼟㼔㼕㼜㻌㻰㼑㼢㼑㼘㼛㼜㼙㼑㼚㼠㻌㻭㼘㼘㻌㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㼟㻌㼞㼑㼟㼑㼞㼢㼑㼐㻚䚷
  7. 7. GEC 2014 Winner’s Business Plan Sisowath High School, Phnom Penh, Cambodia 㻯㼛㼜㼥㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㻌㻬㻌㻯㼑㼚㼠㼑㼞㻌㼒㼛㼞㻌㻱㼚㼠㼞㼑㼜㼞㼑㼚㼑㼡㼞㼟㼔㼕㼜㻌㻰㼑㼢㼑㼘㼛㼜㼙㼑㼚㼠㻌㻭㼘㼘㻌㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㼟㻌㼞㼑㼟㼑㼞㼢㼑㼐㻚䚷
  8. 8. GEC 2014 Winner’s PresentaCon Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVWD-c_iH7Q 㻯㼛㼜㼥㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㻌㻬㻌㻯㼑㼚㼠㼑㼞㻌㼒㼛㼞㻌㻱㼚㼠㼞㼑㼜㼞㼑㼚㼑㼡㼞㼟㼔㼕㼜㻌㻰㼑㼢㼑㼘㼛㼜㼙㼑㼚㼠㻌㻭㼘㼘㻌㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㼟㻌㼞㼑㼟㼑㼞㼢㼑㼐㻚䚷
  9. 9. InternaConal CompeCCon 2 International Science Enterprise Challenge An international online enterprise skills competition (24 Hours) 㻯㼛㼜㼥㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㻌㻬㻌㻯㼑㼚㼠㼑㼞㻌㼒㼛㼞㻌㻱㼚㼠㼞㼑㼜㼞㼑㼚㼑㼡㼞㼟㼔㼕㼜㻌㻰㼑㼢㼑㼘㼛㼜㼙㼑㼚㼠㻌㻭㼘㼘㻌㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㼟㻌㼞㼑㼟㼑㼞㼢㼑㼐㻚䚷 Target: High school students (16-18 years old) Work as a team (up to 8 eligible students ) Submission :2 pages of A4 business plan Three-Minute Oral Video Presentation Date:July 23-25, 2015 8:00-20:00 Challenge: Provide solutions to issues in emerging countries http://isechallenge.com/
  10. 10. ISEC䚷2014 Winner’s Business Plan 㻯㼛㼜㼥㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㻌㻬㻌㻯㼑㼚㼠㼑㼞㻌㼒㼛㼞㻌㻱㼚㼠㼞㼑㼜㼞㼑㼚㼑㼡㼞㼟㼔㼕㼜㻌㻰㼑㼢㼑㼘㼛㼜㼙㼑㼚㼠㻌㻭㼘㼘㻌㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㼟㻌㼞㼑㼟㼑㼞㼢㼑㼐㻚䚷
  11. 11. ISEC 2014 Winner’s PresentaCon Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3gkWOJ3FBqM Japan team Tokyo Gakugei University International Secondary School and Aoyama Gakuin Senior High School 㻯㼛㼜㼥㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㻌㻬㻌㻯㼑㼚㼠㼑㼞㻌㼒㼛㼞㻌㻱㼚㼠㼞㼑㼜㼞㼑㼚㼑㼡㼞㼟㼔㼕㼜㻌㻰㼑㼢㼑㼘㼛㼜㼙㼑㼚㼠㻌㻭㼘㼘㻌㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㼟㻌㼞㼑㼟㼑㼞㼢㼑㼐㻚䚷
  12. 12. Course/Seminars for entrepreneurs Women’s participants are around 30-40% Interests in social business are increasing 㻯㼛㼜㼥㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㻌㻬㻌㻯㼑㼚㼠㼑㼞㻌㼒㼛㼞㻌㻱㼚㼠㼞㼑㼜㼞㼑㼚㼑㼡㼞㼟㼔㼕㼜㻌㻰㼑㼢㼑㼘㼛㼜㼙㼑㼚㼠㻌㻭㼘㼘㻌㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㼟㻌㼞㼑㼟㼑㼞㼢㼑㼐㻚䚷
  13. 13. Social Background How entrepreneurship educaCon has been regarded important in Japan Copyright @ Center for Entrepreneurship Development All rights reserved. 
  14. 14. Exit Rate exceeded Entry Rate Source: 2012 White Paper on Small and Medium Enterprises in Japan p260, Japan Small Business Research Institute (JSBRI) http://www.chusho.meti.go.jp/pamflet/hakusyo/ 㻯㼛㼜㼥㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㻌㻬㻌㻯㼑㼚㼠㼑㼞㻌㼒㼛㼞㻌㻱㼚㼠㼞㼑㼜㼞㼑㼚㼑㼡㼞㼟㼔㼕㼜㻌㻰㼑㼢㼑㼘㼛㼜㼙㼑㼚㼠㻌㻭㼘㼘㻌㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㼟㻌㼞㼑㼟㼑㼞㼢㼑㼐㻚䚷
  15. 15. Low Entrepreneurial Activities Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2000 Total early-stage Entrepreneurial Activity (TEA) Percentage of 18-64 population who are either a nascent entrepreneur or owner-manager of a new business Japan Source: Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2000 Global Report 㻯㼛㼜㼥㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㻌㻬㻌㻯㼑㼚㼠㼑㼞㻌㼒㼛㼞㻌㻱㼚㼠㼞㼑㼜㼞㼑㼚㼑㼡㼞㼟㼔㼕㼜㻌㻰㼑㼢㼑㼘㼛㼜㼙㼑㼚㼠㻌㻭㼘㼘㻌㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㼟㻌㼞㼑㼟㼑㼞㼢㼑㼐㻚䚷
  16. 16. Change of Labor Market 䖂Transfer of manufacturing plants to overseas 䊻Decrease of working place jobs in Japan 䖂Business Development in emerging countries 㻌㻌䊻Need entrepreneurial person to create new market 䖂Globalization of domestic working environment 䊻 Abolition of seniority and lifetime employment High demands for an entrepreneurial person who can make a job, rather than take a job in any fields of work. Copyright @ Center for Entrepreneurship Development All rights reserved. 
  17. 17. Why Entrepreneurship at school ? ● Person with entrepreneurship, do not naturally grow many in a country like Japan ●We need to invest in educaCon with the planned intenCon of developing entrepreneurship in youth          ●Entrepreneurship is like Music Sports    Through school educaCon or other training, we bring up supporters as well as entrepreneurs Copyright @ Center for Entrepreneurship Development All rights reserved. 
  18. 18. PoliCcal Measures Copyright @ Center for Entrepreneurship Development All rights reserved. 
  19. 19. Various support to start-ups In order to recover from the economic downturn that started in the 1990s following the bursting of the economic bubble, Japanese government has seen creating new business as a prime task and implemented several policies to promote entrepreneurship. 1997䠖 Angel Tax system was implemented 䚷䚷䚷䚷䚷䠄 Made possible to offer preferential tax treatment to private investors who have invested in venture companies. Investors who had capital losses by selling certain SME's shares, become able to receive tax deduction. 䠅 1999䠖 Promotion of New Business Creation䚷was carried out 䚷䚷䚷䚷䚷䚷䠄 Under this law, various measures to promote new business activities were conducted including awarding grants to business start-ups, creating a special debt guarantee scheme, foundation of new loan system, special exceptions to the stock option system and joint investment fund with private institutions to support smooth financing of SME’s, and providing an incubation facility and a comprehensive support system (platform) for the creation of new business in regional areas. 䠅䚷 1999䠖 Mother䇻s market has been created in Tokyo Stock Exchange 2000䠖 NASDAQ Japan (present JASDAQ) opened 2002 䠖 Special system of minimum capital regulation made possible to establish a limited company or corporation in ¥ 1 2005䠖 Minimum capital regulation was abolished 2008䠖 Expansion of Angel Tax system (Tax deduction has been enlarged including application of donation deduction)
  20. 20. Entrepreneurship promotion at academic fields Legal development about the research results of universities and public research institutions was conducted in order to facilitate technology transfer to industry. 1998: A new law enactment which supports the establishment of Technology Licensing Office (TLO) (Now there are 38 approved and 3 certified TLOs in Japan) 2000: Industrial Technology Enhancement Act 䚷䚷䚷䚷(Environmental Legal Assistance of technology development system for the creation of new businesses and new markets 䠅 2001:Priority Plan for the Creation of New Markets and New Jobs (Hiranuma Plan) 䚷 -Creation of 1000 university venture companies for 3 years -10 times of patent number acquired by universities for 10 years 2002: Intellectual Property Basic Act (In relation to the handling of intellectual property, this law clarified the responsibilities of the country, local governments, universities and businesses. The Intellectual Property Strategy Headquarters was placed in the Cabinet, and it takes measures for the creation ,protection and ensuring utilization of intellectual property, etc.)
  21. 21. Number of Start-ups from university About half of them are in service business, and 35%䚷are manufacturing. The largest in number was 2003, 2011 2003 before 1990 Source:Teikoku Data bank http://www.tdb.co.jp/report/watching/press/pdf/p130803.pdf
  22. 22. Support to entrepreneurs at University Division of University Corporate Relations Offers following services 䞉Consulting 䞉Lecture䞉Seminar 䞉Incubation facility 䞉Research Support 䞉Intellectual Property and licensing 䞉Legal Issues 䞉Public Relations and promotion 㻯㼛㼜㼥㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㻌㻬㻌㻯㼑㼚㼠㼑㼞㻌㼒㼛㼞㻌㻱㼚㼠㼞㼑㼜㼞㼑㼚㼑㼡㼞㼟㼔㼕㼜㻌㻰㼑㼢㼑㼘㼛㼜㼙㼑㼚㼠㻌㻭㼘㼘㻌㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㼟㻌㼞㼑㼟㼑㼞㼢㼑㼐㻚䚷
  23. 23. Practice at university 䚷The number of courses or lectures have increased in 2000s 䚷䠄The number of the entrepreneurship course in 2000 has doubled in 2010, and the lectures were 3.5 times 䠄still 0.8% of total students) Number of courses Number of subjects Private Municipal National 2002 2010 2002 2010 http://jeenet.jp/entre22/ ⤒῭⏘ᴗ┬ጤク஦ᴗ䚷ᖹᡂ22ᖺᗘ⏘ᴗᢏ⾡ேᮦ⫱ᡂᨭ᥼஦ᴗ䠄㉳ᴗᐙேᮦ⫱ᡂ஦ᴗ䠅䛂ᖹᡂ22ᖺᗘ኱Ꮫ䞉኱Ꮫ㝔䛻䛚䛡䜛㉳ᴗᐙᩍ⫱ᐇែㄪᰝ䠄2010/12/01Ⓨ⾲䠅䛃䜘䜚ᘬ⏝
  24. 24. Couse style a)Lecture by university teaching staff b)Lecture by non-university staff National Municipal Private c)Business Plan Presentation by students d)Team based training e)Lecture by teaching staff of other university Under graduate f) Others Number of course http://jeenet.jp/entre22/ ⤒῭⏘ᴗ┬ጤク஦ᴗ䚷ᖹᡂ22ᖺᗘ⏘ᴗᢏ⾡ேᮦ⫱ᡂᨭ᥼஦ᴗ䠄㉳ᴗᐙேᮦ⫱ᡂ஦ᴗ䠅䛂ᖹᡂ22ᖺᗘ኱Ꮫ䞉኱Ꮫ㝔䛻䛚䛡䜛㉳ᴗᐙᩍ⫱ᐇែㄪᰝ䠄2010/12/01Ⓨ⾲䠅䛃䜘䜚
  25. 25. Type of course 㻯㼛㼜㼥㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㻌㻬㻌㻯㼑㼚㼠㼑㼞㻌㼒㼛㼞㻌㻱㼚㼠㼞㼑㼜㼞㼑㼚㼑㼡㼞㼟㼔㼕㼜㻌㻰㼑㼢㼑㼘㼛㼜㼙㼑㼚㼠㻌㻭㼘㼘㻌㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㼟㻌㼞㼑㼟㼑㼞㼢㼑㼐㻚䚷 a)Specialized course for students of business major and interested in starting a business b)Comprehensive management skill development c)Entrepreneurship course for students in manor major d)Basic course as general education for all types of students f) Others undergraduate graduate
  26. 26. Entrepreneurship at school <1998年> u Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) organized Entrepreneurship Education Study Committee in 1997 and produced report on “Toward development of entrepreneurial human resources” in 1998 u Work experience for Junior high school students has started in Hyogo →Spread to other prefectures (Now it is required education at junior high) <1999年> u Need for career education was referred at the Ministry of Education, Culture sports, Science and technology (MEXT) <2000年> u MET I started a model program of Entrepreneurship education at school (from primary to high school students) and funded development of teaching materials <2006年> u Action Plan for youth 「Independent Challenge」has been exercised and career education became must in schools. Entrepreneurship education has also gradually been recognized its importance. Copyright @ Center for Entrepreneurship Development All rights reserved. 
  27. 27. Practice at school Primary/Junior high ・All Junior high school students have work experience activities, but not many schools implements entrepreneurship education, yet. ・NPO or Business Sector supports entrepreneurship activities after school ・Teachers are becoming more positive to entrepreneurship High school ・Most of commercial high school implement entrepreneurship education ・Comprehensive high school implements its concept partially in their Project Based Learning subjects ・Various business idea competition for high school students and it is becoming common for students
  28. 28. Do we have more entrepreneurs? Copyright @ Center for Entrepreneurship Development All rights reserved. 
  29. 29. TEA Rate 2013 Percentage of 18-64 population who are either a nascent entrepreneur or owner-manager of a new business Japan 3.7% Source: Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2013 Global Report
  30. 30. Transition of Japanes TEA䚷 Total early-stage Entrepreneurial Activity (TEA) Percentage of 18-64 population who are either a nascent entrepreneur or owner-manager of a new business 3.7 3.1 Source: Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2013 Global Report, http://www.gemconsortium.org/visualizations
  31. 31. Entrepreneurship IntenCon 䚷 Percentage of 18-64 population (individuals involved in any stage of entrepreneurial activity excluded) who intend to start a business within three years 4.1 0.9 Source: Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2013 Global Report, http://www.gemconsortium.org/visualizations
  32. 32. Entrepreneurship as Desirable Career Choice Percentage of 18-­‐64 populaCon who agree with the statement that in their country, most people consider starCng a business as a desirable career choice 31 34 Source: Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2013 Global Report, http://www.gemconsortium.org/visualizations
  33. 33. Percentage of 18-64 who see good opportunities to start a firm in the area where they live 㻟㻟 Perceived Opportuni0es 8 7 Source: Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2013 Global Report, http://www.gemconsortium.org/visualizations
  34. 34. Perceived CapabiliCes Percentage of 18-­‐64 populaCon who believe to have the required skills and knowledge to start a business 13 11 Source: Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2013 Global Report, http://www.gemconsortium.org/visualizations
  35. 35. Know Startup Entrepreneur Percentage of 18-­‐64 populaCon who personally know someone who started a business in the past two years 17 16 Source: Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2013 Global Report, http://www.gemconsortium.org/visualizations 㻟㻡
  36. 36. Informal Investment Percentage of 18-64 population who have personally provided funds for a new business, started by someone else, in the past three years 1.3 1.5 Source: Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2013 Global Report, http://www.gemconsortium.org/visualizations 㻟㻢
  37. 37. Fear of Failure Percentage of 18-64 population with positive perceived opportunities who indicate that fear of failure would prevent them from setting up a business 49 22 Source: Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2013 Global Report, http://www.gemconsortium.org/visualizations
  38. 38. Preference for self-employment Source :Entrepreneurship at a Glance 2013, OECD, 㻟㻤 http://www.oecd-ilibrary.org/industry-and-services/entrepreneurship-at-a-glance-2013_entrepreneur_aag-2013-en
  39. 39. Low Rate for both Entry and Exit Entry䚷Rate Exit䚷Rate ᖹᡂ26ᖺᗘ୰ᑠ௻ᴗⓑ᭩䚷http://www.chusho.meti.go.jp/pamflet/hakusyo/H26/h26/index.html䚷䜘䜚ᢤ⢋ France UK USA Germany Japan France UK USA Germany Japan
  40. 40. The Big Problem is ・・・ Copyright @ Center for Entrepreneurship Development All rights reserved. 
  41. 41. Decrease of number Want to start a business Preparing to start a business ᖹᡂ26ᖺᗘ୰ᑠ௻ᴗⓑ᭩䚷http://www.chusho.meti.go.jp/pamflet/hakusyo/H26/h26/index.html䚷䜘䜚ᢤ⢋ Entrepreneurs No actions yet to start a business
  42. 42. What is problem of Japan - Entrepreneur is not recognized as a good career - Lack of entrepreneurial skills - Entrepreneurs are not familiar - High fear toward for failure - very low practice opportunities in school education From Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2009 report Copyright @ Center for Entrepreneurship Development All rights reserved. 
  43. 43. Source :Entrepreneurship at a Glance 2013, OECD, http://www.oecd-ilibrary.org/industry-and-services/entrepreneurship-at-a-glance-2013_entrepreneur_aag-2013-en
  44. 44. Source :Entrepreneurship at a Glance 2013, OECD, http://www.oecd-ilibrary.org/industry-and-services/entrepreneurship-at-a-glance-2013_entrepreneur_aag-2013-en
  45. 45. Why school do not teach? -Lack of teachers -School system makes difficult to have a teacher from outside - No class time for entrepreneurship activities - No budget to buy program or textbooks - Difficult to assess - Extra work for teachers Copyright @ Center for Entrepreneurship Development All rights reserved.  Need to be in school guideline
  46. 46. Further Entrepreneurship development The national initiative to encourage entrepreneurship is expected to be further strengthened under the present Abe Cabinet with the aim of doubling Japan’s rate of business start-ups by 2020. 䖃 䚷 Deregulation in key sectors such as energy, agriculture, medicine and labor market 䖃Tax reform to promote investment to venture fund 䖃㻌Strengthen structural reform and the function of producing innovation of National University 䖃Provide various supports to promote entrepreneurship 䚷-Strengthen support of female, youth and senior’s challenge by offering study sessions, seminars, consulting, financial services, net-working gatherings, business plan competitions or awards, etc. 䚷-Promote entrepreneurship education at university 䚷䚷㻌“Global Entrepreneurship Training development projects”13 universities were chosen and developing new curriculum .((900 million yen) 䚷䚷-Promote Entrepreneurship Education at school
  47. 47.  EducaCon at School is very important! To remove the fear or uncertainCes that are a major obstacle in Japanese entrepreneurs, we need to give young people opportuniCes repeatedly to experience real process of starCng a business and get training of operaCng it. Copyright @ Center for Entrepreneurship Development All rights reserved. 
  48. 48. Teaching PracCces Copyright @ Center for Entrepreneurship Development All rights reserved. 
  49. 49. 㻌䚷 Youth Project (G5) Yousei䚷primary school 㻸㼑㼍㼞㼚㻌㼒㼞㼛㼙㻌㼍㻌㼜㼞㼛㼒㼑㼟㼟㼕㼛㼚㼍㼘 Copyright @ Center for Entrepreneurship Development All rights reserved.  㻸㼑㼍㼞㼚㻌㼍㼎㼛㼡㼠㻌㼘㼛㼏㼍㼘㻌㼕㼚㼐㼡㼟㼠㼞㼥㻘㻌㼍㼚㼐㻌 㼐㼑㼏㼕㼐㼑㻌㼠㼔㼑㼙㼑㻌㼛㼒㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼜㼞㼛㼖㼑㼏㼠 Become interested in creating a new product and business 㻺㼑㼣㻌㻼㼞㼛㼐㼡㼏㼠㻌㼕㼐㼑㼍 㻯㼔㼛㼛㼟㼑㻌㼎㼑㼟㼠㻌㼕㼐㼑㼍㻌㼍㼚㼐㻌㼟㼑㼘㼘㻌㼕㼠㻍
  50. 50. 㻌䚷㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌Youth Project (G6) Partner: Ujibashi Shopping Street Promotion Association 3days workshop became a collaboration project with parents and university students Copyright @ Center for Entrepreneurship Development All rights reserved.  Bunkyo University 㻹㼍㼗㼑㻌㼍㻌㼚㼑㼣㻌㼟㼛㼡㼢㼑㼚㼕㼞㻌 䇾㼚㼍㼙㼍㼏㼔㼍㻌caramel”㻌㼍㼚㼐㻌㼟㼑㼘㼘㻌 㼕㼠㻌㼕㼚㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼙㼍㼘㼘㻍 㻹㼍㼗㼑㻌㼍㻌㼙㼍㼜㻌㼒㼛㼞㻌㼠㼛㼡㼞㼕㼟㼠㼟㻌㼠㼛㻌 㼕㼚㼠㼞㼛㼐㼡㼏㼑㻌㼟㼔㼛㼜㼟㻌㼕㼚㻌㼁㼖㼕㻌㼣㼕㼠㼔㻌 㼁㼚㼕㼢㼑㼞㼟㼕㼠㼥㻌㼟㼠㼡㼐㼑㼚㼠㼟 㻲㼕㼚㼐㻌㼛㼡㼠㻌㼣㼔㼍㼠㻌㼍㼞㼑㻌㼜㼛㼜㼡㼘㼍㼞㻌 㼟㼛㼡㼢㼑㼚㼕㼞㻌㼓㼛㼛㼐㼟㻌㼒㼛㼞㻌㼠㼛㼡㼞㼕㼟㼠㼟 TodouDaini primary school
  51. 51. 㻌䚷䚷Youth Project (G4-9) 䚷 This project has been conducted to have more young people interested in welfare industry䚷 Copyright @ Center for Entrepreneurship Development All rights reserved.  䚷 䚷䚷 䚷䚷 䚷 䚷䚷 䚷 䐠㻸㼑㼏㼠㼡㼞㼑㻌㼒㼞㼛㼙㻌 㼜㼞㼛㼒㼑㼟㼟㼕㼛㼚㼍㼘 䐟㼀㼑㼍㼏㼔㼑㼞㼟㻌㼍㼚㼐㻌 䐡㼃㼛㼞㼗㼕㼚㼓㻌㼑㼤㼜㼑㼞㼕㼑㼚㼏㼑㻌 㼟㼡㼜㼜㼛㼞㼠㼑㼞㼟㻌㼣㼛㼞㼗㼟㼔㼛㼜 䐣㻼㼞㼑㼟㼑㼚㼠㼍㼠㼕㼛㼚㻌 What can we do to improve the social welfare services or nursing home system? 䐢㻰㼕㼟㼏㼡㼟㼟㼕㼛㼚
  52. 52. 㻌䚷㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌Youth Project (G7-9) Harada junior high school 䐠㼜㼞㼛㼐㼡㼏㼠㻌㼐㼑㼢㼑㼘㼛㼜㼙㼑㼚㼠 Copyright @ Center for Entrepreneurship Development All rights reserved.  䐟㻿㼑㼠㻌㼡㼜㻌㼍㻌㼢㼕㼞㼠㼡㼍㼘㻌㼏㼛㼙㼜㼍㼚㼥 䐡㻼㼞㼛㼒㼑㼟㼟㼕㼛㼚㼍㼘㻌 㻭㼐㼢㼕㼟㼑 䐢㻿㼑㼘㼘㼕㼚㼓 䐣㻾㼑㼜㼛㼞㼠㻌㼠㼛㻌㻿㼔㼍㼞㼑㼔㼛㼘㼐㼑㼞㼟
  53. 53. After School Activities 2009/8/1-3 (3days) 䚷 Partner: Teramachi and Ebisugawa Shopping Street Promotion Associations Copyright @ Center for Entrepreneurship Development All rights reserved.  䚷 䚷䚷 䚷䚷 䚷 䚷䚷 䚷 䐟㻾㼑㼟㼑㼍㼞㼏㼔㻌㻒㻌㻼㼘㼍㼚㼚㼕㼚㼓 䐠㻵㼚㼠㼑㼞㼢㼕㼑㼣㻌㼍㼠㻌㼟㼔㼛㼜㼟 䐡㻾㼑㼜㼛㼞㼠㻌㼣㼔㼍㼠㻌㼠㼔㼑㼥㻌㼘㼑㼍㼞㼚㼑㼐 How we can revitalize shopping street
  54. 54. 䚷䚷䚷Youth Project (G10-12) Kyoto Fushimi Technology high䚷䚷䚷Partner:Fushimi Inari Shopping Street Promotion Association Copyright @ Center for Entrepreneurship Development All rights reserved.  Banboo and Green,NPO 㻰㼑㼢㼑㼘㼛㼜㻌㼚㼑㼣㻌㼜㼞㼛㼐㼡㼏㼠㼟 㻼㼞㼛㼙㼛㼠㼑㻌㼚㼑㼣㻌㼜㼞㼛㼐㼡㼏㼠㼟 㻹㼍㼗㼑㻌㼍㻌㼣㼑㼎㻌㼟㼕㼠㼑 The school has become the important activator in the community
  55. 55. College/University Doshisha Women’s College 䚷䚷䚷䚷䚷䚷䚷䚷䚷䚷䚷䚷 Partner: TNC Bridal Servic Promotion of Kyoto culture Copyright @ Center for Entrepreneurship Development All rights reserved.  Rakuten, KimonoKyoKomachi Produce a new wedding plan using an old temple where a famous author wrote her book Create a web site to sell a set of Kimono on line
  56. 56. College/University Doshisha Women’s College 䚷䚷䚷䚷䚷䚷䚷䚷䚷䚷䚷䚷 In cooperation with the city tourist office and the shopping district association, develop a new souvenir or service that utilize the local resources Copyright @ Center for Entrepreneurship Development All rights reserved. 
  57. 57. College/University Maebashi Kyoaigakuen University䚷䚷䚷䚷䚷䚷䚷䚷䚷䚷䚷䚷 㻯㼛㼜㼥㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㻌㻬㻌㻯㼑㼚㼠㼑㼞㻌㼒㼛㼞㻌㻱㼚㼠㼞㼑㼜㼞㼑㼚㼑㼡㼞㼟㼔㼕㼜㻌㻰㼑㼢㼑㼘㼛㼜㼙㼑㼚㼠㻌㻭㼘㼘㻌㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㼟㻌㼞㼑㼟㼑㼞㼢㼑㼐㻚䚷 Made a new product using Yamato potato a special product in Gunma
  58. 58. Various Competition for Youth Business Sponsor Social Project Support to start a real business
  59. 59. Various Competition for Youth University sponsored Presentation Competition Ryukoku University Kyoshu University
  60. 60. Various types of innovation gathering Hackathon a gathering where programmers collaboratively code in an extreme manner over a short period of time Innovation Hub a habitat which provide a place where people with a strong desire to change society and the world can gather, learn from each other and find new solutions.
  61. 61. New Drive for Entrepreneurship Keio䚷University Social Innovator Course graduates Social Innovation Tokyo䚷University Entrepreneurship Training Seminar For Social Business 㻯㼛㼜㼥㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㻌㻬㻌㻯㼑㼚㼠㼑㼞㻌㼒㼛㼞㻌㻱㼚㼠㼞㼑㼜㼞㼑㼚㼑㼡㼞㼟㼔㼕㼜㻌㻰㼑㼢㼑㼘㼛㼜㼙㼑㼚㼠㻌㻭㼘㼘㻌㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㼟㻌㼞㼑㼟㼑㼞㼢㼑㼐㻚䚷
  62. 62. Crowd Funding Ready For 䝃䞊䝡䝇ᥦ౪ᆺ Just Giving ᐤ௜ᆺ Faavo ᆅᇦᐦ╔ᢞ㈨ᆺ
  63. 63. Competition for high school students Business Idea competition Bank Sponsored University sponsored Japan Finance Corporation (JFC) a public corporation wholly owned by the Japanese government Osaka University of Commerce
  64. 64. Learning Outcome Copyright @ Center for Entrepreneurship Development All rights reserved. 
  65. 65. ᤵᴗ䛷䛴䛔䛯ຊ Q:Wha䡐 kind of abilities do you think you could get from the activities? Copyright @ Center for Entrepreneurship Development All rights reserved.  Survey Results 䐟䚷㻷㼛㼠㼛㼡㼞㼍㻙㼙㼕㼚㼍㼙㼕㻌㼜㼞㼕㼙㼍㼞㼥㻌㼟㼏㼔㼛㼛㼘㻌㻢㻌㼓㼞㼍㼐㼑㼞㼟㻌㻔㻡㻜㻕㻌 㻭㼎㼕㼘㼕㼠㼥㻌㼠㼛㻌㼣㼛㼞㼗㻌㼍㼟㻌㼍㻌㼠㼑㼍㼙 㻠㻞 㻣㻢㻑 㻯㼛㼙㼜㼡㼠㼑㼞㻌㼟㼗㼕㼘㼘 㻠㻝 㻣㻡㻑 㻷㼚㼛㼣㼘㼑㼐㼓㼑㻌㼛㼒㻌㼔㼛㼣㻌㼠㼛㻌㼐㼑㼢㼑㼘㼛㼜㻌㼍㻌㼚㼑㼣㻌㼜㼞㼛㼐㼡㼏㼠 㻟㻤 㻢㻥㻑 㻷㼚㼛㼣㼘㼑㼐㼓㼑㻌㼛㼒㻌㼔㼛㼣㻌㼠㼛㻌㼟㼑㼘㼘㻌㼍㻌㼜㼞㼛㼐㼡㼏㼠㻌㼛㼚㻌㼘㼕㼚㼑 㻟㻤 㻢㻥㻑 㻭㼎㼕㼘㼕㼠㼥㻌㼠㼛㻌㼜㼞㼛㼐㼡㼏㼑㻌㼚㼑㼣㻌㼕㼐㼑㼍㻌 㻟㻣 㻢㻣㻑 㻭㼎㼕㼘㼕㼠㼥㻌㼠㼛㻌㼑㼤㼜㼞㼑㼟㼟㻌㼙㼥㻌㼛㼣㼚㻌㼛㼜㼕㼚㼕㼛㼚㻌㼕㼚㻌㼍㻌㼓㼞㼛㼡㼜 㻟㻢 㻢㻡㻑 㼁㼚㼐㼑㼞㼟㼠㼍㼚㼐㼕㼚㼓㻌㼛㼒㻌㼔㼛㼣㻌㼠㼛㻌㼜㼞㼛㼙㼛㼠㼑㻌㼍㼚㼐㻌㼟㼑㼘㼘㻌㼍㻌㼜㼞㼛㼐㼡㼏㼠 㻟㻡 㻢㻠㻑 㼁㼚㼐㼑㼞㼟㼠㼍㼚㼐㼕㼚㼓㻌㼛㼒㻌㼣㼔㼍㼠㻌㼣㼑㻌㼟㼠㼡㼐㼥㻌㼍㼠㻌㼟㼏㼔㼛㼛㼘㻌㼏㼍㼚㻌㼎㼑㻌㼡㼠㼕㼘㼕㼦㼑㼐㻌㼕㼚㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼞㼑㼍㼘㻌㼟㼛㼏㼕㼑㼠㼥 㻟㻠 㻢㻞㻑 㼁㼚㼐㼑㼞㼟㼠㼍㼚㼐㼕㼚㼓㻌㼛㼒㻌㼔㼛㼣㻌㼍㻌㼏㼛㼙㼜㼍㼚㼥㻌㼣㼛㼞㼗㼟 㻟㻞 㻡㻤㻑 㼁㼚㼐㼑㼞㼟㼠㼍㼚㼐㼕㼚㼓㻌㼛㼒㻌㼔㼛㼣㻌㼣㼑㻌㼏㼍㼚㻌㼏㼛㼚㼠㼞㼕㼎㼡㼠㼑㻌㼠㼛㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼟㼛㼏㼕㼑㼠㼥㻌㼎㼥㻌㼛㼡㼞㻌㼣㼛㼞㼗 㻟㻜 㻡㻡㻑 㻭㼎㼕㼘㼕㼠㼥㻌㼠㼛㻌㼠㼍㼘㼗㻌㼕㼚㻌㼒㼞㼛㼚㼠㻌㼛㼒㻌㼙㼍㼚㼥㻌㼜㼑㼛㼜㼘㼑 㻞㻥 㻡㻟㻑 㼁㼚㼐㼑㼞㼟㼠㼍㼚㼐㼕㼚㼓㻌㼣㼑㻌㼚㼑㼑㼐㻌㼠㼛㻌㼍㼏㼠㻌㼛㼡㼞㼟㼑㼘㼢㼑㼟㻌㼠㼛㻌㼟㼛㼘㼢㼑㻌㼍㻌㼟㼛㼏㼕㼍㼘㻌㼜㼞㼛㼎㼘㼑㼙㻌㼍㼟㻌㼜㼍㼞㼠㻌㼛㼒㻌 㼟㼛㼏㼕㼑㼠㼥㻌㼙㼑㼙㼎㼑㼞 㻞㻥 㻡㻟㻑 㻵㻌㼏㼍㼙㼑㻌㼠㼛㻌㼠㼔㼕㼚㼗㻌㼣㼔㼍㼠㻌㻵㻌㼏㼍㼚㻌㼐㼛㻌㼠㼛㻌㼟㼛㼘㼢㼑㻌㼍㻌㼜㼞㼛㼎㼘㼑㼙㻌㼙㼛㼞㼑㻌㼠㼔㼍㼚㻌㼎㼑㼒㼛㼞㼑 㻞㻠 㻠㻠㻑 㻵㻌㼏㼍㼙㼑㻌㼠㼛㻌㼠㼔㼕㼚㼗㻌㼣㼔㼍㼠㻌㼗㼕㼚㼐㻌㼛㼒㻌㼣㼛㼞㼗㻌㻵㻌㼣㼛㼡㼘㼐㻌㼘㼕㼗㼑㻌㼠㼛㻌㼐㼛㻌㼕㼚㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼒㼡㼠㼡㼞㼑 㻝㻝 㻞㻜㻑 㻵㻌㼏㼍㼙㼑㻌㼠㼛㻌㼠㼔㼕㼚㼗㻌㼍㼎㼛㼡㼠㻌㼍㻌㼒㼍㼙㼕㼘㼕㼍㼞㻌㼟㼛㼏㼕㼍㼘㻌㼜㼞㼛㼎㼘㼑㼙 㻝㻜 㻝㻤㻑 㻷㼚㼛㼣㼘㼑㼐㼓㼑㻌㼍㼎㼛㼡㼠㻌㼘㼛㼏㼍㼘㻌㼏㼛㼙㼜㼍㼚㼥㻌㼛㼞㻌㼕㼚㼐㼡㼟㼠㼞㼕㼑㼟 㻣 㻝㻟㻑
  66. 66. Attitude toward entrepreneurs Q: Have you changed your idea toward entrepreneurs after this project? Copyright @ Center for Entrepreneurship Development All rights reserved.  㻻㼡㼠㼏㼛㼙㼑 㼚㼡㼙㼎㼑㼞 㻑 㼍㻕㻵㻌㼏㼍㼙㼑㻌㼠㼛㻌㼞㼑㼟㼜㼑㼏㼠㻌㼑㼚㼠㼞㼑㼜㼞㼑㼚㼑㼡㼞㼟㻌㼙㼛㼞㼑㻌㼠㼔㼍㼚㻌㼎㼑㼒㼛㼞㼑㻚㻌㻌㻵㻌㼍㼘㼟㼛㻌 㼎㼑㼏㼍㼙㼑㻌㼙㼛㼞㼑㻌㼕㼚㼠㼑㼞㼑㼟㼠㼑㼐㻌㼕㼚㻌㼎㼡㼟㼕㼚㼑㼟㼟㻌㼍㼚㼐㻌㼣㼛㼡㼘㼐㻌㼘㼕㼗㼑㻌㼠㼛㻌㼟㼠㼍㼞㼠㻌㼍㻌 㼎㼡㼟㼕㼚㼑㼟㼟㻌㼛㼚㻌㼙㼥㻌㼛㼣㼚㻌㼕㼚㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼒㼡㼠㼡㼞㼑㻚㻌㻌 㻝㻟 㻞㻠㻑 䠾䠅㻌㻵㻌㼎㼑㼏㼍㼙㼑㻌㼙㼛㼞㼑㻌㼕㼚㼠㼑㼞㼑㼟㼠㼑㼐㻌㼕㼚㻌㼎㼡㼟㼕㼚㼑㼟㼟㻌㼠㼔㼍㼚㻌㼎㼑㼒㼛㼞㼑㻘㻌㼍㼚㼐㻌㼙㼍㼥㻌 㼘㼕㼗㼑㻌㼠㼛㻌㼟㼠㼍㼞㼠㻌㼍㻌㼎㼡㼟㼕㼚㼑㼟㼟㻌㼛㼚㻌㼙㼥㻌㼛㼣㼚㻌㼕㼚㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼒㼡㼠㼡㼞㼑㻌㼕㼒㻌㼠㼔㼑㼞㼑㻌㼕㼟㻌㼍㻌 㼏㼔㼍㼚㼏㼑㻚㻌䠄㼍㼚㻌㼑㼚㼠㼞㼑㼜㼞㼑㼚㼑㼡㼞㻌㼎㼑㼏㼍㼙㼑㻌㼛㼚㼑㻌㼛㼒㻌㼙㼥㻌㼜㼞㼛㼒㼑㼟㼟㼕㼛㼚㼍㼘㻌㼏㼔㼛㼕㼏㼑㻕㻌 㻤 㻝㻡㻑 䠿䠅㻌㻵㻌㼏㼍㼙㼑㻌㼠㼛㻌㼞㼑㼟㼜㼑㼏㼠㻌㼑㼚㼠㼞㼑㼜㼞㼑㼚㼑㼡㼞㼟㻌㼙㼛㼞㼑㻌㼠㼔㼍㼚㻌㼎㼑㼒㼛㼞㼑㻌㻘㻌㼎㼡㼠㻌㻵㻌㼐㼛㻌 㼚㼛㼠㻌㼠㼔㼕㼚㼗㻌㻵㻌㼣㼛㼡㼘㼐㻌㼟㼠㼍㼞㼠㻌㼍㻌㼎㼡㼟㼕㼚㼑㼟㼟㻌㼛㼚㻌㼙㼥㻌㼛㼣㼚㻚㻌㻵㼠㻌㼕㼟㻌㼟㼠㼕㼘㼘㻌㼚㼛㼠㻌㼜㼍㼞㼠㻌㼛㼒㻌 㼙㼥㻌㼜㼞㼛㼒㼑㼟㼟㼕㼛㼚㻌㼕㼚㻌㼠㼔㼑㻌㼒㼡㼠㼡㼞㼑㻚㻌 㻟㻜 㻡㻡㻑 䡀䠅㻌㻵㻌㼎㼑㼏㼍㼙㼑㻌㼕㼚㼠㼑㼞㼑㼟㼠㼑㼐㻌㼕㼚㻌㼞㼡㼚㼚㼕㼚㼓㻌㼍㻌㼎㼡㼟㼕㼚㼑㼟㼟㻌㼕㼚㼐㼑㼜㼑㼚㼐㼑㼚㼠㼘㼥㻘㻌㼎㼡㼠㻌㻵㻌 㼐㼛㻌㼚㼛㼠㻌㼠㼔㼕㼚㼗㻌㻵㻌㼣㼛㼡㼘㼐㻌㼘㼕㼗㼑㻌㼠㼛㻌㼐㼛㻌㼕㼠㻌㼙㼥㼟㼑㼘㼒㻚㻌 㻡 㻥㻑 㼑䠅㻌㼀㼔㼑㼞㼑㻌㼣㼑㼞㼑㻌㼚㼛㻌㼕㼚㼒㼘㼡㼑㼚㼏㼑㻌㼠㼛㻌㼙㼥㻌㼕㼐㼑㼍㻚㻌㻵㻌㼍㼙㻌㼚㼛㼠㻌㼕㼚㼠㼑㼞㼑㼟㼠㼑㼐㻌㼕㼚㻌 㼟㼠㼍㼞㼠㼕㼚㼓㻌㼍㻌㼎㼡㼟㼕㼚㼑㼟㼟㻌㼛㼚㻌㼙㼥㻌㼛㼣㼚㻚㻌 㻜 㻜㻑
  67. 67. Survey Results䚷䐠㻌㻌㻌㻌㻌87 university students 䚷 University Students who set up a virtual company and experienced simulated business Q: What kind of skills have you gained through entrepreneurship projects? a. Team work 84% b. Leadership 23% c. Supportership 53% d. Creativity 45% e. Finding Problem 45% f. Solving Problem 42% g. Negotiation 27% h. Presentation 45% i. Communication 53% J. Challenging Spirit 47% k. PC skills 19% Copyright @ Center for Entrepreneurship Development All rights reserved. 
  68. 68. Q: Have you changed your idea toward entrepreneurs after this project? 㻻㼡㼠㼏㼛㼙㼑 㼚㼡㼙㼎㼑㼞 㻑 㼍㻕㻌㻭㼘㼠㼔㼛㼡㼓㼔㻌㻵㻌㼔㼍㼢㼑㻌㼎㼑㼑㼚㻌㼕㼚㼠㼑㼞㼑㼟㼠㼑㼐㻌㼕㼚㻌㼟㼠㼍㼞㼠㼕㼚㼓㻌㼍㻌 㼎㼡㼟㼕㼚㼑㼟㼟㻘㻌㼎㼡㼠㻌㻵㻌㼎㼑㼏㼍㼙㼑㻌㼙㼛㼞㼑㻌㼕㼚㼠㼑㼞㼑㼟㼠㼑㼐㻌㼕㼚㻌㼕㼠㻌㼠㼔㼍㼚㻌 㼎㼑㼒㼛㼞㼑㻚 㻝㻤 㻞㻝㻑 䠾䠅㻌㻵㻌㼎㼑㼏㼍㼙㼑㻌㼙㼛㼞㼑㻌㼕㼚㼠㼑㼞㼑㼟㼠㼑㼐㻌㼕㼚㻌㼟㼠㼍㼞㼠㼕㼚㼓㻌㼍㻌㼎㼡㼟㼕㼚㼟㼟㻌㼍㼚㼐㻌 㼏㼛㼙㼜㼍㼚㼥㻌㼙㼍㼚㼍㼓㼑㼙㼑㼚㼠㻌㼠㼔㼍㼚㻌㼎㼑㼒㼛㼞㼑㻘㻌㼍㼚㼐㻌㻵㻌㼏㼛㼙㼑㻌㼠㼛㻌㼠㼔㼕㼚㼗㻌 㼛㼚㼑㻌㼐㼍㼥㻌㻵㻌㼣㼛㼡㼘㼐㻌㼘㼕㼗㼑㻌㼠㼛㻌㼟㼠㼍㼞㼠㻌㼍㻌㼎㼡㼟㼕㼚㼑㼟㼟㻌㼛㼚㻌㼙㼥㻌㼛㼣㼚㻚 㻞㻜 㻞㻟㻑 䠿䠅㻿㼠㼍㼞㼠㼕㼚㼓㻌㼍㻌㼎㼡㼟㼕㼚㼑㼟㼟㻌㼘㼛㼛㼗㼟㻌㼕㼚㼠㼑㼞㼑㼟㼠㼕㼚㼓㻘㻌㼍㼚㼐㻌㻌㻵㻌㼍㼐㼐㼑㼐㻌㼕㼠㻌 㼠㼛㻌㼙㼥㻌㼜㼞㼛㼒㼑㼟㼟㼕㼛㼚㼍㼘㻌㼏㼔㼛㼕㼏㼑㼟㻚 㻞㻟 㻞㻢㻑 䡀䠅㻌㻵㻌㼏㼍㼙㼑㻌㼠㼛㻌㼞㼑㼟㼜㼑㼏㼠㻌㼑㼚㼠㼞㼑㼜㼞㼑㼚㼑㼡㼞㼟㻌㼠㼔㼍㼚㻌㼎㼑㼒㼛㼞㼑㻘㻌㼎㼡㼠㻌㻵㻌 㼐㼛㻌㼚㼛㼠㻌㼠㼔㼕㼚㼗㻌㻵㻌㼣㼛㼡㼘㼐㻌㼘㼕㼗㼑㻌㼠㼛㻌㼟㼠㼍㼞㼠㻌㼍㻌㼎㼡㼟㼕㼚㼑㼟㼟㻌㼛㼚㻌㼙㼥㻌㼛㼣㼚㻚 㻝㻣 㻞㻜㻑 㼑䠅㻌㻵㻌㼘㼑㼍㼞㼚㼑㼐㻌㼍㻌㼐㼕㼒㼒㼕㼏㼡㼘㼠㼕㼑㼟㻌㼠㼔㼞㼛㼡㼓㼔㻌㼙㼥㻌㼜㼞㼛㼖㼑㼏㼠㻘㻌㼍㼚㼐㻌㻵㻌㼐㼛㻌 㼚㼛㼠㻌㼠㼔㼕㼚㼗㻌㻵㻌㼍㼙㻌㼏㼡㼠㻌㼒㼛㼞㻌㼍㼚㻌㼑㼚㼠㼞㼑㼜㼞㼑㼚㼑㼡㼞㻚 㻤 㻥㻑 㼑䠅㻻㼠㼔㼑㼞 㻝 㻝㻑 㻯㼛㼜㼥㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㻌㻬㻌㻯㼑㼚㼠㼑㼞㻌㼒㼛㼞㻌㻱㼚㼠㼞㼑㼜㼞㼑㼚㼑㼡㼞㼟㼔㼕㼜㻌㻰㼑㼢㼑㼘㼛㼜㼙㼑㼚㼠㻌㻭㼘㼘㻌㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㼟㻌㼞㼑㼟㼑㼞㼢㼑㼐㻚䚷
  69. 69. Effect of training Copyright @ Center for Entrepreneurship Development All rights reserved. 
  70. 70. International Competition output Business Plan: First 0me 㻯㼛㼜㼥㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㻌㻬㻌㻯㼑㼚㼠㼑㼞㻌㼒㼛㼞㻌㻱㼚㼠㼞㼑㼜㼞㼑㼚㼑㼡㼞㼟㼔㼕㼜㻌㻰㼑㼢㼑㼘㼛㼜㼙㼑㼚㼠㻌㻭㼘㼘㻌㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㼟㻌㼞㼑㼟㼑㼞㼢㼑㼐㻚䚷
  71. 71. Business Plan : Third Times 㻯㼛㼜㼥㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㻌㻬㻌㻯㼑㼚㼠㼑㼞㻌㼒㼛㼞㻌㻱㼚㼠㼞㼑㼜㼞㼑㼚㼑㼡㼞㼟㼔㼕㼜㻌㻰㼑㼢㼑㼘㼛㼜㼙㼑㼚㼠㻌㻭㼘㼘㻌㼞㼕㼓㼔㼠㼟㻌㼞㼑㼟㼑㼞㼢㼑㼐㻚䚷
  72. 72. Challenges in education 1. Strengthen practice in primary and secondary education䚷㻌㻌㻌 䋻㻌Acquisition of skills and knowledge from repeated learning opportunities 䋻confidence reduces fear 䋻become one of the professional choices 2. Reform university entrance examination 䚷䚷㻌䋻Value comprehensive skills and knowledge 3. Train teachers/ instructors 䚷䚷㻌䋻㻌Add entrepreneurship education in teachers training course at universities and also develop system to utilize a teaching staff outside of educational institutions 䠐䠊Build Strategic System in local govement 䚷㻌㻌䋻 Develop a system of budget and support that interested school can flexibly use Copyright @ Center for Entrepreneurship Development All rights reserved. 
  73. 73. Thank you for listening Copyright @ Center for Entrepreneurship Development All rights reserved. 

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