Support Service Providers for Disabled Entrepreneurs

Naheed Nawazesh Roni, Md. Nazmul Hasan


The variations in understanding of developing entrepreneurship by
different support service provider (SSP) organisations for disabled entrepreneurs
have been explored from this qualitative research. The aim of this paper is to
explore the experiences of support service provider (SSP) organisations for
developing entrepreneurship for disabled people. A few number of support service
provider (SSP) organisations deliver entrepreneurship services for the promotion of
entrepreneurship for disabled people throughout the globe. This paper examines the
experiences of SSPs for creating enterprises by disabled entrepreneurs in the
context of a developed country. Some thematic assumptions have been made from
this study on the issue of entrepreneurship development for disadvantaged people
and the understandings of different service provisions. A qualitative approach
employed to explore the experiences of three different SSP organisations in the
United Kingdom. Data have been collected via interviews and grounded theory
analysis has been used for thematic understandings. Later on, it linked to promote
disabled entrepreneurs business resources through their service experiences from
different SSPs. The authors also assumed that the mechanisms and the experiences
of SSP provisions from developed country’s examples could help Bangladesh for
developing entrepreneurship practices especially for disadvantaged and disabled
people. This conceptual paper is also considering for some quality solutions about
how and why SSP serves entrepreneurship solutions for the disabled people and will
contribute to the knowledge and practice for developing future area of
entrepreneurship research.


Support service providers (SSP), Disabled entrepreneurs, Disabled entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship resources.

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