Design-driven entrepreneurship is a process that involves generating solutions which have been financially viable, based on entrepreneur’s pursuits, and support co-creation of that means. It also details designers’ intrinsic values and priorities.

Entrepreneurship and design research entrepreneurship and design can contribute to enterprises during crisis, because they help to mix up resources, gain access to capital, and create diverse value offerings. In times of lack of stability, these methods can help to support and trigger local ecosystems. They can also be used to shield the public program, thereby contributing to a more sustainable ecosystem.

Dr Ida Telalbasic is an assistant professor for Loughborough University in London, and she conducts research focusing on bridging design and style and entrepreneurship. She has created a structure for mapping entrepreneurial ecosystems in emerging economies, and designed strategies for strength in socio-economic crises.

The special issue on Design-driven entrepreneurship aims to highlight the role of Style in cultivating entrepreneurship and innovation. That features benefits from Asia, Africa, and Europe. It provides a thorough overview of the various worth propositions that Design can offer entrepreneurs, and the strains associated with embedding design into entrepreneurial actions.

Design-driven entrepreneurship can play a role in a ecological business structure, as it allows re-creation of customer knowledge and redefines distribution programs. In addition, it can foster new sales strategies, and provide agile business approaches to large companies.

Style can also be used to develop products, protect the public system, and allow inclusivity. It might be applied to create productive ecosystems, which demand a close proximity to mentors, infrastructure, and expertise.