Small enterprises as innovators: shift from a low performer to a high performer

This paper focuses on innovation development in small enterprises. It explores what kinds of innovations have been developed in small enterprises and what is the diversity of . In addition, this paper examines the features characterising the journey of a from a . The empirical evidence is based on quantitative data gathered through an e-mail questionnaire, which yielded 733 qualified responses from the representatives of Finnish small enterprises with fewer than 50 employees. The results suggest that the degree of innovation capabilities, R&D investments and profitability are associated with the diversity of developed innovation types. The findings display four alternative routes when a small enterprise moves from a . Applying these results will provide more specific questions for studying innovation development in the smallest enterprises.
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