Factors affecting entrepreneurial intention in Bangladesh
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To fulfill a mandatory part (BUS 400) of BBA graduation, I completed my 13 weeks internship at Centre for Entrepreneurship Development (CED), BRAC University (BRACU) as a requirement for the BRAC Business School. The internship offers the opportunity to translate theoretical concepts into a real working environment. I joined there for a ready-made garments (RMG) research project titled “Digital RMG Factory Mapping in Bangladesh” (DRFM-B). I achieve a commendable knowledge on entrepreneurship as CED is working on numerous entrepreneur development program like research, capacity development program, CED Entrepreneurs’ Den (business plan competition for young entrepreneur) and etc. The report named ‘Factors Affecting Entrepreneurial Intention in Bangladesh’ highlights the cross cultural approach, factor affecting entrepreneurial intention, theory of planned behavior, thoughts social, political and economic context. I briefly describe here an overview of CED, BRAC University, and its functions and then I have described my internship activities at CED, BRAC University. After that, I have also covered my survey findings analysis, some other findings throughout my internship program. To conclude, I have provided some of my own recommendations in the final part of this report which I believe would help the fresh and novel entrepreneur.