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Sustainable Entrepreneurial and Social Networking
Some entrepreneurs are taking the concept of entrepreneurship as a process of introducing good quality new products and services to customers for fulfilling their needs and requirements. However, the concept has transformed to green entrepreneurship and has been associated deeply with the green economy. The businesses are also changing with the changing global environment and are concentrating more towards sustainability and ecological issues. The drastic digitalization has resulted in many changes regarding green entrepreneurship, the social media has been recognized as the most significant source of exchanging information. The social networking sites has become a key source of leveraging current and viable information. Especially, social networking sites and channels are more influential and useful in providing quick and reliable information during the crisis and disasters. The establishment of social media channels and social networking sites as an effect media has also resulted in a great focus on environmental issues, as well as assurance of a better-quality environment through creating awareness among people.
1. The Role of Use of Social Networking Sites in Emerging Pandemics
2. The Role of Use of Social Networking Sites on Self-Efficacy towards Green and Sustainable Entrepreneurship
3. Risk Propensity
4. Subjective Norm as a Moderator
The entry is from 10.3390/su13158627
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