Crowdfunding Role in Boosting the Entrepreneurial Creativity of University Students

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The aim of the research is to identify the role of crowdfunding in boosting the entrepreneurial creativity of university students. The study community consisted of students at Al-Azhar University and Al-Quds Open University. In order to achieve the objectives of the study, the researchers used the analytical descriptive method in which they try to describe the phenomenon studied, analyze its data, and the relationship between its components and the opinions expressed. The researchers used a survey sample of (32) students. The study sample consisted of (120) students from the two universities mentioned equally. The response rate was (87.50%). The research concluded that there is a significant correlation between crowdfunding and entrepreneurial creativity, which means that the regression model is good, where the results of the study showed that entrepreneurial creativity, is fundamentally affected by the statistical function of participatory e-finance. The strong impact of crowdfunding in boosting entrepreneurial creativity was demonstrated. The research reached a number of recommendations, the most important of which is the need to promote awareness of the crowdfunding of Palestinian university students, the importance of supporting entrepreneurial creative ideas among university students. The establishment of business incubators at universities promotes creative innovation, the need for universities to adopt innovative creative ideas by providing support for their transformation into projects through crowdfunding.
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