Journal of Entrepreneurship & Business

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EISSN : 2721-706X
Published by: Universitas Surabaya (10.24123)
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Arief Rahmatullah, Putu Anom Mahadwartha, Endang Ernawati
Journal of Entrepreneurship & Business, Volume 2, pp 119-133; https://doi.org/10.24123/jeb.v2i2.4642

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This study aims to examine the effect of a religious-related calendar anomaly, namely Ramadan, on stock return and volatility of a Sharia-based index in Indonesia. This study used the GARCH (p,q) method and linear regression to examine the effect of Ramadan on stock returns and volatility, with Ramadan as a dummy variable. This study results show that Ramadan month has a significant positive effect on stock returns, or it can be said that an anomaly occurs during Ramadan month. Meanwhile, volatility during Ramadan month is negative and not significant. This study also exercised a T-test to support the GARCH regression (p,q) and linear regression results. The t-test results show that the average return during Ramadan is higher than in other months. Meanwhile, the average volatility during Ramadan is lower than in other months.
Fitri Novika, Renofia Desia Halim, Antonius Budhiman Setyawan
Journal of Entrepreneurship & Business, Volume 2, pp 106-118; https://doi.org/10.24123/jeb.v2i2.4641

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This study aims to examine the effect of technological and behavioral attributes on the adoption attributes of the ShopeePay mobile payment application in Indonesia. The application is known as financial technology (fintech), which combines information technology and financial systems. The approach used in this research is a quantitative approach that was processed using SPSS and AMOS. Data collection in this research was done by distributing online questionnaires using a google form to ShopeePay users who used the application in the past month. The results of this study indicate that behavioral intention and social influence variables have an effect on actual use, perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use have an effect on behavioral intention, perceived ease of use and responsiveness have a positive effect on perceived usefulness, and responsiveness and security variables have a positive effect on perceived ease of use, also has a positive effect on social influence.
Werner Ria Murhadi, Deliana Azaria, Bertha Silvia Sutedjo
Journal of Entrepreneurship & Business, Volume 2, pp 86-95; https://doi.org/10.24123/jeb.v2i2.4537

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Corporate governance has attracted many researchers to examine the relationship between board characteristics and financial performance. This study aims to determine the effect of board diversity, board size, and board independence on financial performance. This research is panel data with the number of observations reaching 1,355 years of observation. Financial performance is measured using accounting-based and market-based. It was found that the presence of female directors could not provide sound financial performance, even with a woman's prudence attitude would have an impact on decreasing the company's market value. The size of the board of directors does not affect financial performance, and the large size of the board of directors will have an impact on the decline in firm value. Independent directors are also not proven to be able to improve the company's financial performance; even the tendency of companies to carelessly fulfill the provisions of the rules regarding the existence of independent directors will bring a burden to the company so that it has an impact on the decline in company value.
Lena Ellitan
Journal of Entrepreneurship & Business, Volume 2, pp 71-85; https://doi.org/10.24123/jeb.v2i2.4472

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This study aims to examine the effect of endorsers and social media advertising on consumer purchase decisions of Instagram social media users with brand awareness as a mediating variable. The research sample used in this study was 150 samples with a purposive sampling technique. The data used was primary data obtained by distributing questionnaires to Instagram social media users. The data analysis technique used was SEM with Smart PLS 3 software. The results show that social media advertising has a significant effect on brand awareness, endorsers have no effect on brand awareness, brand awareness has a significant effect on consumer purchase decisions, social media advertising has a significant effect on consumer purchase decisions, endorsers have a significant effect on consumer purchase decisions, social media advertising has no effect on consumer purchase decisions through brand awareness, and endorsers have no effect on consumer purchase decisions through brand awareness.
Lena Ellitan
Journal of Entrepreneurship & Business, Volume 2, pp 96-105; https://doi.org/10.24123/jeb.v2i2.4473

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This research was conducted to determine the influence of Social Media Marketing Activities on Brand Loyalty through Brand Consciousness and Value Consciousness in Vivo smartphone. This research is casual research. The sampling technique uses non probability sampling by purposive sampling by purposive sampling. Respondents in this study were Vivo smartphone users and followed one of the Vivo smartphone social media. While the sample is 100 respondents. Data in this study were collected by distributing questionnaires using Google Form (online). The data analysis technique used is Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) using the SmartPLS 3 program. The result in this research indicate that: Perceived Social Media Marketing Activities has a positive and significant effect on Brand Loyalty, Brand Consciousness and Value Consciousness. Brand Consciousness has a positive and significant effect on Brand Loyalty. Value Consciousness has no effect Brand Loyalty. Perceived Social Media Marketing Activities through Brand Consciousness and Value Consciousness has no effect on Brand Loyalty in Vivo smartphone users
Lena Ellitan
Journal of Entrepreneurship & Business, Volume 2, pp 37-55; https://doi.org/10.24123/jeb.v2i1.4024

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The growth of business in food & beverage makes the effort in this industry turn out to be more strictly competitive. Ice cream becomes one of the products which mayinterest new entrepreneurs in food & beverage. The newcomers put much effort tocreate the authenticity and difference from others in order to seize the attention of icecream lovers from the prior merchants. This research aims at investigating theinfluence of perceived authenticity towards people’s purchase intention from therestaurant image and positive emotion in Zangrandi Cafe on Yos Sudarso Street,Surabaya. The research took 150 customers as the samples who fulfilled therequirements such as not less than 17 years old, having tasted the ice cream inZangrandi Cafe on Yos Sudarso Street, Surabaya, having tried the ice cream inZangrandi Cafe on Yos Sudarso Street, Surabaya once in the last 3 months at least.The data gathering method used in this research is purposive sampling. Meanwhile,Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) is employed as a data analyzing technique.The results show that (1) Perceived Authenticity positively and significantly bringsinfluence towards Restaurant Image, (2) Perceived Authenticity positively andsignificantly brings influence towards Positive Emotion, (3) Restaurant Imagepositively and significantly brings influence towards Positive Emotion, (4) RestaurantImage positively and significantly brings influence towards Purchase Intention, (5)Positive Emotion positively and significantly brings influence towards PurchaseIntention, (6) also Perceived Authenticity positively and significantly brings influencetowards Purchase Intention.
Ernesto Jose Tjahjono, Lena Ellitan, Yuliasti Ika Handayani
Journal of Entrepreneurship & Business, Volume 2, pp 56-70; https://doi.org/10.24123/jeb.v2i1.4023

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This study aims to determine and examine the effect of product quality on purchasingdecisions, the influence of brand image on purchasing decisions, the influence ofpurchasing decisions on customer satisfaction, the effect of product quality oncustomer satisfaction through purchasing decisions, and the influence of brand imageon customer satisfaction through purchasing decisions. This research is in the form ofquantitative research, where the data obtained is primary data obtained throughdistributing questionnaires to 120 respondents who have made purchases of Wardahcosmetic products. The data obtained were then processed using the Smart PLSsoftware. The results showed that there was a positive and significant relationshipbetween product quality and brand image variables on purchasing decisions, whichmeans that good product quality and good brand image will create purchasingdecisions for consumers. Purchase decisions have a positive influence on customersatisfaction. Product quality has a positive and significant effect on customersatisfaction. Brand Image does not significantly influence customer satisfaction.Product quality and brand image have a positive and significant effect on customersatisfaction through purchasing decisions. This shows that consumers will be satisfiedwith a product when consumers are satisfied with the purchasing decisions made onthe product.
Werner Ria Murhadi, Wayan Karsana
Journal of Entrepreneurship & Business, Volume 2, pp 25-36; https://doi.org/10.24123/jeb.v2i1.3981

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Service quality is an essential aspect in realizing patient satisfaction and behavioral intention in the health service industry. The behavioral intention has been identified as an essential construct in measuring organizational success and affects patient visits. This study aims to determine service quality and patient satisfaction on behavioral intention in the Husada Utama Hospital. This study was quantitative causal research to determine the effect of two or more variables. Primary data collected with a questionnaire include the perceived service quality scale, patient satisfaction scale, and behavioral intention scale. This study's sample was 150 respondents; consist of inpatients room for class 1, 2, and 3 that met inclusion criteria. The sampling method for this study was purposive sampling. Data analyzed using SEM AMOS to analyze measurement model, structural model, and hypothesis test. This study found that: service quality has a significant positive effect on patient satisfaction, service quality has a significant positive effect on behavioral intention, and there was no positive effect of patient satisfaction on behavioral intention. Service quality has a positive effect on behavioral intention, so patients' increasing behavioral intention can be done by improving the service quality. Further research needs to be conducted to analyze the effect of service quality on the behavioral intention with patient's satisfaction as a mediator; further research also needs to develop a patient's behavioral intention enhancement program.
Werner Ria Murhadi, Liliana Inggrit Wijaya
Journal of Entrepreneurship & Business, Volume 2, pp 1-10; https://doi.org/10.24123/jeb.v2i1.3919

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This study aims to analyze the effect of corporate governance on transparency as measured by stock return synchronicity. The variables used are board size (commissioner), big4 audit, institutional ownership, market to book, the volatility of firm fundamentals, leverage, and firm size. This study uses a quantitative approach with multiple linear analysis models. This study uses a sample of non-financial business entities listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (BEI). The number of samples used in this study was 198 observations. The results showed that the variable board size (commissioner), institutional ownership, and leverage had a positive effect on transparency, and the implied volatility of the firm hurt transparency. Other variables such as big4 audit, market to book ratio, and firm size do not affect transparency.
Abel - Gandhy
Journal of Entrepreneurship & Business, Volume 2, pp 11-24; https://doi.org/10.24123/jeb.v2i1.2957

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Taman Wisata Lebah is an apiculture-based agritourism business own by PT Madu Pramuka. The emergence of competition and shift in business, demanding companies to develop and choose good business strategies, to ensure the companies survivability. Therefore, Taman Wisata Lebah need to conduct research concerning business development strategy, so that the business run by Taman Wisata Lebah, can develop in accordance with the times. The purposes of this research are to know the internal and external company factors, to know some alternative business strategies, also to know the priority alternative strategies to Taman Wisata Lebah. The research used IFE and EFE matrix to identify external and internal factors, the SWOT and IE matrix to formulate appropriate alternative strategies, QSPM matrix to determine the best alternative strategies priority. Based on the results of this research, the best alternative strategy to be applied is to develop Gerakan Pramuka-based activities for students in the Taman Wisata Lebah agritourism areas.
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