Journal article Open Access
GOROBIEVSCHI, Svetlana; DODU, Aliona
The biggest problem for many small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) is not the idea or the product they provide, nor the customers, but the market demand for their products / services. The very high prices of the logistics operating conditions of SMEs are decisive for the survival of a small business. Business Incubators (BI) come in response to the needs of the SME sector in the core business milestones, such as initiating and penetrating the market. BI aims to ensure that its captivity has a positive effect on the problems of work placement and ensuring a decent living for the population of a territory, a community. BI are part of a strategic framework of economic development of the Republic of Moldova, especially of the rural regions. The main purpose of this article is to develop the concept of BI as a logistical support of the SME sector in terms of network development as well as to improve the efficiency of their activity in the Clusters.