Why context matters for start-ups' critical success factors the definition of context-based CSF

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Fabian Broszat
Milan Fekete


context-based success, critical success factors, re-define context, start-ups


Current research in the field of critical success factors of start-ups refers to general factors with which important information about the start-up is lost. Start-ups are too individual for a generalistic assessment, so a novel approach is presented in this paper that allows the context of start-ups to be included in the assessment of critical success factors. This results in the context-based critical success factor, which is defined for the first time in this paper.


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