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Jurnal Entrepreneur dan Entrepreneurship
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Jurnal Entrepreneur dan Entrepreneurship (JEE ISSN : 2580-9393) is published twice a year in the months of March and September.It publishes manuscripts within the fields of entrepreneur and entrepreneurship.Jurnal Entrepreneur dan Entrepreneurship. Jurnal Entrepreneur dan Entrepreneurship (JEE) is published by Research & Community Development of Ciputra University.
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DOES ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION HAVE IMPACT ON OPENING AND MAINTAINING A GARMENT BUSINESS STRATEGY? Maula, Farij Ibadil; Wardana, Ludi Wishnu; Wibowo, Agus
Jurnal Entrepreneur dan Entrepreneurship Vol 8 No 2 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37715/jee.v8i2.1124

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This article aims to analyse the extent of the role of Business Education in upgrading to improve and enhance clothing convection businesses. This article uses descriptive qualitative methods. There were eight sampling participants in the study, including owners and participants of clothing convection businesses. Data analysis was carried out through observation, documentation, and in-depth interviews with participants. The results showed that Business Education did not significantly affect businessmen to open a garment business. The work environment and experience including the educational background of the owners, which varied from elementary school graduate to undergraduate, influenced them to open a garment business Businessmen open garment business because they follow trends, family offspring, continuing friends? businesses, and their great passion. In the strategy of maintaining a garment business, businessmen need Business Education. It is proven by the fact that these owners often participate in screen printing and sewing seminar workshops, read business books, and get business education through field discussions.
FACTORS THAT DETERMINE THE PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT OF SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES IN JAKARTA Sudirga, Rudy Santosa
Jurnal Entrepreneur dan Entrepreneurship Vol 8 No 2 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37715/jee.v8i2.1123

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The research of factors that determine the performance improvement of small and medium enterprises in Jakarta is based on the background of increasing small and medium enterprises sector in Jakarta. The benefits of this study are to find out what factors are most influential on the performance of small and medium enterprises in Jakarta. The authors took a number of 200 samples of small and medium enterprises in Jakarta, and the research data analysis technique is multiple regression with Structural Equation Modelling IBM SPSS Amos version 23. The results of respondents who answered the questions were dominated by respondents with a high school education background 152 people (76%), with ages ranging between 41?50 years 117 people (58.5%), and having income turnover above 90 million rupiah per month 122 people (61%), so it can be categorized that the majority of small and medium business entrepreneurs are educated in high school and are still in the productive age range. The results showed that the Business/Product Innovation, Business Competence, Business Capital, and Population had a significant effect on Business Performance, while variables Environmental Factors have no significant effect on Business Performance.
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT MODEL ON START-UP BUSINESS Nainggolan, Romauli
Jurnal Entrepreneur dan Entrepreneurship Vol 8 No 2 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37715/jee.v8i2.1122

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Supply chain management is an important part in achieving the efficiency of the company. The supply chain for early-stage businesses is further compared to large and advanced businesses. This research offers a management model for the supply chain of non-F & B start-up businesses established by Universitas Ciputra students and discuss the strategy for planning raw materials from suppliers. The consideration of choosing the non-Food & Beverage businesses was merely because the products have longer physical endurance so they can be stored in warehouses for preparation, so it is assumed to have longer supply chain. The research respondents were 30 non-Food and Beverage start-up businesses operating more than two years. From the results of the study there were two findings. First, there are three kinds of supply chain management models adopted by the student's start-up business. Model 1 consist of Suppliers - Manufacturers - Distributors - Resellers - Consumers. Model 2 consist of Suppliers - Manufacturers - Resellers - Consumers. Model 3 consist of Suppliers - Retailers - Consumers. Second, in order to provide raw materials, 40% non-F & B student's start-up businesses using a small supplier strategy with two suppliers. 7% start businesses using many supplier strategies with four suppliers. Non-Food & Beverage businesses have longer physical endurance so they can be stored in warehouses for inventory
ECOTOURISM AS A SOFT SKILL PRACTICE FOR MILLENIALS Satrya, I Dewa Gde; Kaihatu, Thomas Stefanus; Pranata, Lexi
Jurnal Entrepreneur dan Entrepreneurship Vol 8 No 2 (2019)
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Traveling not only creates fun for tourists. Tourism activities are believed to also improving human resources ability. It is a significant aspect related to human resource capacity that soft skills ownership which can be trained to modern travellers through ecotourism activities. This descriptive qualitative study describes soft skills trained to tourists from among younger generation in ecotourism destinations. Statement of the problem in this research is what is the relevance between ecotourism and soft skill ownership? This study identifies soft skills trained in ecotourism activities that are interpersonal skills characterized by communication skills, like others, have empathy and concern, warm, forgiving, open, adaptive and self-control abilities. The interpersonal skills that are part of this soft skill are believed to be important and will help younger generation to succeed in living their lives.
MICRO BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY TO OPTIMIZE BUSINESS LOCATIONS CULINARY TOURISM AREA Mawuntu, Priska Shirty Thelma; Aotama, Reynaldo Christian
Jurnal Entrepreneur dan Entrepreneurship Vol 8 No 2 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37715/jee.v8i2.1119

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This study aims to identify and analyze the factors that influence the appropriate alternative strategies, and priority strategies for the development of micro businesses in the culinary tourism area. This research uses descriptive qualitative method by collecting data through interviews. Data were analyzed using three stages of strategy formulation: input stage, matching stage, and decision stage. This study found that the factors that influence the development of micro businesses in culinary tourism areas are varied products, low managerial ability of business owners, technological and information development, and changes in lifestyle and people?s interest in culinary products. Second, appropriate alternative strategies are to increase production capacity, maintain affordable product prices, provide adequate supporting facilities, take management training for business owners, conduct simple financial records, increase marketing through digital marketing, collaborate with suppliers of raw materials, and improve product quality and innovation. Third, a priority strategy in developing micro businesses in the culinary tourism area is to improve product quality and innovation.
THE EFFECT OF ENTREPRENEURIAL PASSION AND OPPORTUNITY AWARENESS TOWARD THE SUSTAINABILITY OF STARTUP BUSINESSES Nawir, Caroline Pratiwi; Christiani, Natalia
Jurnal Entrepreneur dan Entrepreneurship Vol 8 No 1 (2019)
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The number of unemployment rate in Indonesia that has been decreasing is caused by the growth of entrepreneurship in Indonesia, which is proven by the number of startup businesses in Indonesia reaching the sixth highest worldwide. Nevertheless, startup businesses have high failure rate, where two of three established startup businesses cannot sustain. With purpose to find out the reason of this phenomenon, this research aims to find out whether entrepreneurial passion and opportunity awareness have significant effects to startup businesses? sustainability. This research uses the startup businesses of Ciputra University?s 2015 batch students that have been running for minimum 2 years as the sample. These startup businesses are aimed to be able to represent startup businesses since from more than 200 startup businesses established, only 42 startup businesses that sustain. Questionnaires are distributed to the samples using 5-points Likert-scale, and the data collected is then analyzed using Multiple Linear Regression. The result shows that entrepreneurial passion has significant effect toward startup business sustainability, but it does not go the same way with opportunity awareness. Opportunity awareness does not affect significantly toward startup business sustainability since it needs to be converted into opportunity recognition and opportunity exploitation to give significant effects.
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ENTREPRENEURIAL SELF-EFFICACY AND ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTION AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS Wijangga, Jennifer; Sanjaya, Ersa Lanang
Jurnal Entrepreneur dan Entrepreneurship Vol 8 No 1 (2019)
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This study aims to determine the relationship between self-efficacy in entrepreneurship with entrepreneurial intentions among university students, specifically for those who are in their final semester. As for its research method, this study uses a quantitative method to explain the relationship between variables by collecting data that has been distributed to 104 respondents. The research instrument for this study is a scale of entrepreneurial self-efficacy and an entrepreneurial intention scale, both of which meet reliability requirements. The result of the study states that there is a positive and significant relationship between self-efficacy entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial intentions.
THE ANALYSIS OF CONSUMERS’ PURCHASING FACTORS ON BOGA SERVICE START-UP Finolda, Finolda; Padmalia, Metta
Jurnal Entrepreneur dan Entrepreneurship Vol 8 No 1 (2019)
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This study aims to analyze the factors of consumer behavior in purchasing Empal Catering Bibik. The factors examined in this study are cultural factors, social factors, personal factors and psychological factors. The population in this study were consumers of Empal Catering Bibik. The sample size of 40 respondents. The research samples were collected using non-probability sampling methods and purposive sampling techniques. The research data was taken by using questionnaires which were distributed to respondents. Data analysis using the second order confirmatory analysis factor analysis. The results of data processing shows that consumer behavior factors in purchasing consumer food service start-ups are personal factors and psychological factors.
THE ROLE OF CONSUMER EASY AND CONSUMER CONFIDENCE IN FORMING INTEREST PURCHASE ON GO-FOOD SERVICES Vidyanata, Deandra
Jurnal Entrepreneur dan Entrepreneurship Vol 8 No 1 (2019)
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Change and development of technology is something that cannot be denied anymore in the industrial era 4.0. This can be a challenge and an opportunity for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) entrepreneurs depending on how the MSMEs are responding to the development of information technology. The development of information technology is accompanied by the proliferation of various online applications to facilitate people?s lives in this digital age, one of which is the GoJek application. Go-Jek is the first digital-based motorcycle taxi application in Indonesia that offers a variety of services for its users, one of which is the delivery service available in the Go-Food service. This study aims to analyze the effect of perceived ease of use and trust on the repurchase interest in Go-Food features in the Go-Jek application. The sampling technique used in this study is purposive sampling using a Partial Least Square analysis tool with a population of all users of Go-Food services in the city of Surabaya. The results of this study are that without consumer confidence in the application provider, the convenience offered by an application is not able to cause the formation of repurchase interest. The results of this study are expected to be a theoretical basis for SMEs to encourage SMEs to take advantage of the opportunities gained from technological developments in this digital era.
CASE STUDY OF FINANCIAL STRATEGY IN THE DEVELOPMENT & OBSTACLES OF STREET VENDORS IN SURABAYA Suryawijaya, Alan; Dewi, Liliana
Jurnal Entrepreneur dan Entrepreneurship Vol 7 No 2 (2018)
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This study aims to find out what factors are hampering the BEST APKLI (Asosisasi Pedagang Kaki Lima Indonesia/Indonesian Food and Drink Street Vendors Association) partnership concept for street food vendors category A in Gubeng Regency Surabaya, Indonesia, The study is classified as a case study. The street vendors were selected based on purposive sampling with related selection based on the accessibility between researchers and the source. The study found that business capital is not an inhibiting factor in the development of MSMEs (micro, small, and medium enterprise).