Author(s): Farah Akmar Anor Salim, Mazuwin Binti Haja Maideen, Shamuni Kunjiapu and Punitha Sinnappan
In supporting the global response to Covid-19, research on entrepreneurial activities is becoming a topic of interest. The need to survive and sustain the economy is seriously viewed and discussed across the nation. Recent statistics at indexation of business journal shows approximately 653,000 studies tested the implication of business activities from the impact of Covid-19. While considering the major impact to the economy factors, agricultural activities is now becoming prominent for income generation in Malaysia. This study delved into ecopreneurial intention among Malaysian potential entrepreneur. A set of questionnaire with 43 related questions were successfully distributed and collected to 119 respondents across the nations. Results were analyzed through path analysis using AMOS version 23 to interpret the collected data from a population set. Imperative issues were highlighted and recommendations were made for further investigations.