APS - INDIA Data (2016/17)

This survey measures Total Early-stage Entrepreneurial activity (TEA); the central pivot of the GEM in a country. TEA refers to the percentage of individuals between 18-64 years, who are currently in the process of starting a venture or have started one. It has two phases first consists of nascent entrepreneurs-who are taking steps to own or co own a business and has not paid salaries for more than 3 months and new business owners of businesses less than 42 months in existence. While focusing on the above dynamic measure of entrepreneurship, we also devote some attention to established entrepreneurs, i.e. individuals who have been owner-managers of a business for more than 3.5 years. The highlights of the Entrepreneurial activities in India in the year 2016-17 are mentioned below;

TEA, EEA and Established Business Ownership Rate

TEA, EEA and Established Business ownership rate in Factor Driven Economies

Reasons for Business Discontinuation in India 2016/17

Comparison of TEA and Other Economic Indicators in India