Enhancement in Entrepreneurial Succession: Trivial Focuses On Knowledge Base Enterprises (KBE)


  • Sameer Paul
  • Shariq Ahmed


Entrepreneurship, Enterprises management, Entrepreneurial training & simulations, Knowledge economy, knowledge enterprises


The rational principals provide the cognitive support for developing countries at utmost level through awareness towards practical approach and impracticable ideas. The aim is to present the consequences of a rigorous evaluation of a novel model of Knowledge Base Enterprises (KBE). The study restrain towards empirical and panoramic analysis of known and unknown variables which comprehensibly highlight the significance of knowledge base enterprises, by having entrepreneurial intentions, attitudes and motivation. Further the questionnaire is design to calculate the statistical data. The role model of the knowledge base enterprises (KBE) has been thoroughly investigated and tested. The study presents the modes to train students and fresh personal’s which devise the entrepreneurship and innovative concepts for the beginning entrepreneurs. Further study focuses on the student mind growth towards enterprises and economic development. The basal study provides cognitive information which opens new horizons to polish the mental capability that used to looked quality as intangible parameter which highly depends on training and awareness sessions of entrepreneur knowledge contributor. The key role of this research paper is to re-evaluate the task of the knowledge base enterprises (KBE) as a device for knowledge management.