Experimental Center, Nanjing Audit University, Nanjing 211815, China
Business incubators are also called high-tech entrepreneurship service centers in China. They provide a series of service support by providing physical space and infrastructure for newly established high-tech small and medium-sized enterprises, thereby reducing entrepreneurial risks and entrepreneurial costs, and increasing entrepreneurship success rate, promote the transformation of scientific and technological achievements, and cultivate successful enterprises and entrepreneurs. This article selects a relatively cutting-edge research topic and interviews incubators and incubators and individuals of different natures in different countries. The research shows to a certain extent that local governments encourage foreigners to start businesses in China. This article compares the differences of incubators in different countries, the advantages and disadvantages of different types of incubators, and the policies of different regions. It is hoped that through investigation and analysis of foreigners’ business incubators in China and discovering problems, they can provide targeted solutions to foreigners’ business incubators in China. Provide a basis for the problems reached, promote the government to constructively formulate and implement relevant policies and implement various solutions, provide for the normal development of foreigners’ lives and work in China, maintain social stability, and improve my country’s international image and status. At the same time, we can find out the shortcomings of my country in the field of foreign entrepreneurial incubation through comparative analysis with the advanced experience of other countries, and supplement it to a certain extent.
incubator; comparison; policy environment; significance and results
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