Economies through the Formation of Enterprise. The approach is now used in many different countries and is applied to many different situations related to enterprise development. This article has been prepared by two people who have been involved with its conceptual elaboration and dissemination;
it is a personal analysis and is not intended to represent the views of all those who are using the approach. This article briefly reviews the evolution of entrepreneurship promotion and identifies the key considerations for the sustainable replication of practical and cost-effective enterprise
promotion programmes in emerging economies. It concludes with the presentation of the CEFE method of enterprise promotion which is now used in 50 countries in Eastern Europe, Asia, Latin America and Africa.
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