Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Entrepreneurship is a particular type of economic activity based on independent initiative, responsibility and innovative idea. It is defined as a specific factor that provides dynamism by creating new, more efficient combinations of the various production factors. Entrepreneurship can take place in all areas of activity, regardless of their scale. Entrepreneurship is a significant source of innovation in a market economy and stimulates the introduction of revolutionary new technologies and products.
Innovation is often defined as a new idea that proves successful in practice. It can be a new product, practice, service, production process or a new way of organization. However, as an innovation, a new idea can only be defined if it becomes an essential application or with proven utility in practice.
In institute ESDI, we have the necessary knowledge, skills, and experience to discover and implement innovative ideas and practical application opportunities. By preparing business plans based on collected, reliable information and possible resources, we support the realization of competitive ideas. We prepare cost-benefit analyzes for the successful implementation of a specific project and provide appropriate sources of funding.