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Micro and Small enterprises enormously contribute to the Kenyan economy through employment and income generation.
In spite of this contribution, their performance in terms of graduation is little understood.
The evidence supporting the view of micro and small enterprises as the engine of growth is limited.
This study was based on Schein’s model by Edgar Schein career Anchors was anticipated to shade light on the motivation on the graduation of MSEs.
The main objective of the study was to assess the influence of entrepreneurial motivation on Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) graduation.A sample size of 189 respondent was selected.
A Stratified and simple random sampling techniques was used.
Primary and secondary data was used to achieve the objectives of the study.
Primary data was collected using questionnaires and secondary data was collected from Eldoret Municipal achieve.
Data was analyzed using descriptive statistics and inferential statistics.The study concludes that entrepreneurers’ perceptions on contextual entrepreneurial factors should be improved in order for them to graduate in the enterprise continuum.
Secondly, MSEs owners should enhance their entrepreneurial competen
Tallam is a Property Manager and a Researcher.
He holds a Master of Science in Entrepreneurship Studies from Moi University and a Bachelor of Business and Management from Moi University Kenya.
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