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  • Publikation
    Die Bedeutung von Entrepreneurship
    (Quergründer, 01.06.2016) Meyer, Rolf; Köhle, Ivan; Meyer, Mona; Meyer, Rolf; Köhle, Ivan; Meyer, Mona [in: Case Studies. Spannende Einblicke in innovative Unternehmen und Start-ups]
    Volkswirtschaftliche, individuelle und hochschulinterne Bedeutung von Entrepreneurship
    04 - Beitrag Sammelband oder Konferenzschrift
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    Inter- und Transdisziplinäre Innovationsansätze mit Studierenden und Firmen: Analyse und Bewertung von bestehenden Best-Practice-Fällen und Ansätzen
    (Hochschule für Wirtschaft FHNW, 08/2021) Wyss, Ananda; von Kutzschenbach, Michael; Meyer, Rolf
    05 - Forschungs- oder Arbeitsbericht
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    Policies in support of high-growth innovative enterprises. Part 1: Characterisation of innovative high-growth firms
    (Publications Office of the European Union, 2013) Barjak, Franz; Korlaar, Leonique; Jansen, Matthijs; Lilischkis, Stefan; Meyer, Rolf
    Background and objectives There is evidence that high growth innovative enterprises (HGIEs) contribute decisively to job creation. However, there is a lack of knowledge about HGIE characteristics and policies that could support them. This study contributes new insights for both aspects. Methodology Results in this policy brief are mainly based on a survey of HGIEs in 36 innovative industries in eight countries: Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Poland, Switzerland, the USA, Republic of Korea and Japan. The sample included 580 HGIEs. The survey targeted companies whose number of employees had grown at least one third over three consecutive years in the past five years. For Poland, the target was 22% over two years due to data limitations. Only internal (organic) growth was considered; growth due to mergers and acquisition was not included. The size threshold was ten employees at the beginning of the growth period. The data universe for sampling included 4% HGIEs. HGIE characteristics Age: The majority of HGIEs in the sample were older than ten years. This applied to all countries and sectors. Thus, high growth is apparently not a start-up phenomenon but takes place after the initial struggle of establishing the enterprise in the market. Moreover, in the vast majority of HGIEs high growth started in the past ten years. 13% of the responding firms were found to be spin-offs. Most of them (68%) originated from other companies. This might question the current political focus on spin-offs from public research – or call for enhanced policy measures to support such spin-offs. The dominant type of customers of HGIEs in the sample are other companies. Many HGIEs may thus not be known to the public because they do not sell to households. For the majority of HGIEs the national market is the main market. Many HGIEs may thus have a potential to grow further into international markets. The main factors of high growth appear to be a skilled workforce and directors actively targeting growth. This applies to all countries and almost all sectors. Successful product or service innovation is also important and apparently triggered by strong competition. Three barriers were found to be most severe: (1) Bureaucratic hurdles and regulation, (2) difficult access to finance, and (3) finding skilled employees. This applies to all countries and sectors, while there are also national and sectoral specificities. National specificities Germany had the highest share of HGIE spinoffs with multiple origin. France had the largest HGIE share in the sampled countries. The UK had the largest share of spin-offs (19%, average 14%). Bureaucracy and regulation were found to be the single most important growth barrier in Poland. The share of young HGIEs was found to be largest in the US (21%, average 14%). In Korea, policy preferences for big business seem to be a specific barrier to growth. Access to finance was apparently not a problem for HGIEs in Japan. No notable specificity can be reported for Switzerland. Sectoral specificities In the data universe the shares of HGIEs per industry do not differ much. In all industries with a sufficient number of cases the shares were not higher than 7%. Growth in manufacturing and services is partly driven by different factors: highly skilled employees were judged as more important by service companies, whereas entering new international markets was more important for manufacturers. However, each innovative industry appears to have its own distinct profile of growth factors.
    05 - Forschungs- oder Arbeitsbericht
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    Zwischen Universität und dem eigenen Unternehmen
    (C.F. Verlag, 01.06.2006) Meyer, Rolf; Abplanalp, Peter; Fischer, Werner J. [in: KMU Life]
    01B - Beitrag in Magazin oder Zeitung
  • Publikation
    10 Postulate zum Innovationsmanagement
    (03.02.2015) Meyer, Rolf
    10 Postulate zum Innovationsmanagement.
    06 - Präsentation
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    Bewertung von Geschäftsideen
    (Quergründer, 01.06.2016) Meyer, Rolf; Köhle, Ivan [in: Case Studies. Spannende Einblicke in innovative Unternehmen und Start-ups]
    Evaluation von Geschäftsideen mit einer Checkliste anhand des 7 Schlüssel Modells
    04 - Beitrag Sammelband oder Konferenzschrift
  • Publikation
    Frauen-Power unter der Lupe
    (edition gesowip, 09.07.2010) Meyer, Rolf; Sidler, Adrian Urs
    02 - Monographie
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    Das Gründungsgeschehen und Support-Aktivitäten für Startups in der Nordwestschweiz. Eine Analyse als Grundlage zur Entwicklung der upSTART Aktivitäten an der Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz
    (edition gesowip, 2011) Meyer, Rolf; Sidler, Adrian Urs; Verkuil, Arie Hans
    Übersicht über Akteure und Angebote von Support für Startups in der Nordwestschweiz.
    05 - Forschungs- oder Arbeitsbericht
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    Die neuen Selbständigen 2020 - Forschungsbericht
    (edition gesowip, 12/2020) Meyer, Rolf; Meyer, Dario
    Der vorliegende Bericht zeigt anhand zahlreicher Variablen auf, wer die neuen Selbständigen der Schweiz sind, welche Motive sie in die Selbständigkeit geführt haben, was deren Start-ups machen, mit welchen Herausforderungen sie sich konfrontiert sehen, wie erfolgreich sie sind und wie deren Zukunft eingeschätzt wird. Die Daten stammen aus einer Befragung einer repräsentativen Stichprobe aller Unternehmen der Schweiz, welche in den Jahren 2014-2019 gegründet wurden. Die präsentierten Ergebnisse basieren auf den detaillierten Antworten von 388 Gründungspersonen. Die Ergebnisse werden mit gleichen Studien verglichen, die wir vor 10 respektive 20 Jahren durchgeführt haben. Damit können sehr interessante Veränderungen in der Startup Szene Schweiz dokumentiert werden.
    05 - Forschungs- oder Arbeitsbericht