The Analysis of Influence Factors on Interest In Becoming A Technopreneur Based on Individual Entrepreneurship Orientation

Surjandy (1), Bruno Sablan (2)
(1) Information Systems Department, School of Information Systems, Bina Nusantara University, Jakarta, Indonesia
(2) English Language Fellow Regional English Language Office (RELO), United State of America
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Surjandy, & Sablan , B. (2024). The Analysis of Influence Factors on Interest In Becoming A Technopreneur Based on Individual Entrepreneurship Orientation. International Journal of Advanced Science Computing and Engineering, 6(2), 98–104. https://doi.org/10.62527/ijasce.6.2.208

Indonesia’s internet usage is rapidly increasing, especially during Covid-19. Today's most significant number of internet users are students. Students can use the internet for learning, social activities, and business. However, Indonesia still needs a lot of technopreneurs. This study aims to explore factors in internet skills, such as Contextual Efficacy, Internet Self Efficacy, and Computer Self Efficacy, which affect the interest of students in Indonesia to become a technopreneur. The study uses the Structural Equation Model and Partial Lease Square (SEM-PLS) to explore the influence factors of contextual efficacy, internet self-efficacy, and computer self-efficacy that might influence a student's interest in becoming a technopreneur. There were 506 respondents from 11 cities. This study found four relationships that have an influence, such as computer self-efficacy influencing individual entrepreneurship orientation factors. Computer self-efficacy influences the technopreneur intention factor. Contextual element factor influences the technopreneur intention factor, and internet self-efficacy influences the technopreneur intention factor. The study found that three relationships had no effect. The first contextual element factor does not affect Individual Entrepreneurship Orientation. Second, Individual Entrepreneurship Orientation does not affect the Technopreneurship Intention factor; third, Internet Self Efficacy does not affect Individual Entrepreneurship Orientation. The results of this study found that the internet ability factor has a direct influence on asking someone to become a technopreneur. The results of this study are very useful for industry, especially for the education sector, in making technopreneur learning methods. Other factors that were not discussed are being studied further.

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