Title: A Conceptual Development Of Cyberpreneurs Intention Among Higher Education Students

Issue Number: Vol. 8, No. 3
Year of Publication: Sep - 2018
Page Numbers: 203-208
Authors: Salini Aina Mamat, Zailani Abdullah, Wan Ahmad Amir Zal Wan Ismail, Shahaliza Muhammad, Mat Redhuan bin Samsudin
Journal Name: International Journal of Digital Information and Wireless Communications (IJDIWC)
- Hong Kong
DOI:  http://dx.doi.org/10.17781/P002453


Cyberpreneurs intention has been an important element to cyber entrepreneurship (cyberpreneurship) activities in a new venture of business technology. Cyberpreneurship has a substantial potential to foster the growth of globalization economic, especially in developing countries, alike. However, in Malaysia, the adoption of cyberpreneurs intention is still in infancy stage and the lack of self-awareness. Currently, there is little specific intention research that has been conducted in significant relational and developing a framework of cyberpreneurs intention in the context of cyberpreneurship activities. This paper further highlights the intention of cyberpreneurs career, and youth students venture into business. The main aim of this paper is to examine the significance of cyberpreneurs intention factors influencing Kelantan Higher Institution students. The second aim is to suggest a conceptual framework to clarify the predictor factors involving a cyberpreneurship career. Via this conceptual paper, a literature review found that predictor factors have a positive significant with the intention to in a self-career. Besides that, based on literature review, this paper is estimated to get new finding among students in selfcareer to increase the number of cyberpreneurs intention, a benefit to institution curriculum and community area in Kelantan. This paper will provide a framework that expected to understand the significance of cyberpreneurs intention. Therefore, it will intensively be influencing among Kelantan higher institution students and, guidelines for developing a cyberpreneurs intention in practices of cyberpreneurship.