Phenomenon Of SMEs (Small and Medium Enterprises) and Community Mindset
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are the core of modern economic life that is very important for economic development in Indonesia, so the government seeks to empower SMEs. Bluto - Sumenep has many SMEs but is difficult to develop. This study aims to analyze the phenomenon of SMEs in Bluto related to the success of their business in relation to education, skills and funds. Questionnaires were used to obtain data from 100 entrepreneurs. The result of correlation analysis shows that there is no relationship between business success with education, skill and fund. This result proves the unique phenomenon of the mindset of the Bluto people who consider that "being an employee is the main one, and the certificate is more important than the skill." The duties of society and government change the mindset of the Bluto people through approach and socialization.
R. Kersten, J. Harms, K. Liket, and K. Maas, ―Small Firms, large Impact? A systematic review of the SME Finance Literature,‖ World Dev., vol. 97, no. 2016, pp. 330–348, 2017.
D. F. Moreira, ―The Microeconomic Impact on Growth of SMEs When the Access to Finance Widens: Evidence from Internet & High-tech Industry,‖ Procedia -Soc. ehav. Sci., vol. 220, no. March, pp. 278–287, 2016.
H. W. Cheong, ―Education Model of Technology Management for Promoting SMEs to Hidden Champion,‖ Procedia Comput. Sci., vol. 91, no. Itqm, pp. 478–481, 2016.
K. F. Ezzahra, R. Mohamed, T. Omar, and T. Mohamed, ―Training for Effective Skills in SMEs in Morocco,‖ Procedia -Soc. Behav. Sci., vol. 116, pp. 2926–2930, 2014.
E. H. Hobikoğlu and B. Şanli, ―Comparative Analysis in the Frame of Business Establishment Criteria and Entrepreneurship Education from the Viewpoint of Economy Policies Supported By Innovative Entrepreneurship,‖ in Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2015, pp. 1156–1165.
E. Munro, ―Building soft skills in the creative economy: Creative intermediaries, business support and the 'soft skills gap",‖ Poetics, vol. 64, no. August 2016, pp. 14–25, 2017.
S. Muda and M. R. C. A. Rahman, ―Human Capital in SMEs Life Cycle Perspective,‖ Procedia Econ. Financ., vol. 35, no. October 2015, pp. 683–689, 2016.
LPPI and B. Indonesia, Profil bisnis usaha mikro, kecil dan menengah (umkm). Jakarta: lembaga Pengembangan Perbankan Indonesia, 2015.
H. Kent Baker, S. Kumar, and P. Rao,―Financing preferences and practices of Indian SMEs,‖ Glob. Financ. J., no. May, pp. 1–16, 2017.
S. K. Schworm, L. Cadin, V. Carbone, M. Festing, E. Leon, and M. Muratbekova-Touron, ―The impact of international business education on career success—Evidence from Europe,‖ Eur. Manag. J., vol. 35, no. 4, pp. 493–504, 2017.
J. Saastamoinen, H. Reijonen, and T. Tammi, ―Should SMEs pursue public procurement to improve innovative performance?,‖ Technovation, no. October 2016, pp. 1–13, 2017.
L. Chen, J. Xu, and Y. Zhou, ―Regulating the environmental behavior of manufacturing SMEs: Interfirm alliance as a facilitator,‖ J. Clean. Prod., vol. 165, pp. 393–404, 2017.
C. Fraca, A. M. Graffigna, N. Palacio, M. Roca, and P. Nieva, ―Productive Sector on Formal Education,‖ Procedia -Soc. Behav. Sci., vol. 197, no. February, pp. 228–230, 2015.
K. Mohamad Radzi, M. N. Mohd Nor, and S. Mohezar Ali, ―The Impact of Internal Factors on Small Business Success: A Case of Small Enterprises under the FELDA Scheme,‖ Asian Acad. Manag. J., vol. 22, no. 1, pp. 27–55, 2017.
M. Fahmy-Abdullah, R. Ismail, N. Sulaiman, and B. A. Talib, ―Technical Efficiency in Transport Manufacturing Firms: Evidence From Malaysia.,‖ Asian Acad. Manag. J., vol. 22, no. 1, pp. 57–77, 2017.
J. Gupta and A. Gregoriou, ―Impact of market-based finance on SMEs failure,‖ Econ. Model., no. April, pp. 1–13, 2017.