A theory of enterprise

'Launching a business is hard work. Writing for Entrepreneur Europe, NYC-based communications professional Derrek Newton compiled a hilarious list of metaphors linked to the startup process. People likened it to chess and football—tough sports that require mental acumen and strategy. Others said that ‘starting a business is like climbing a mountain,’ while yet another person compared it to joining the priesthood because it requires devotion and dedication! But there’s also a darker side to all this: nearly one in three entrepreneurs suffer from depression because of their work.  

Prof. Russell Smith (Centre of Entrepreneurship and Business Incubation, University of Malta) wants to make building and running a business less stressful and more accessible. But how?'


Read all about it on THINK, the University of Malta research magazine.