E-Entrepreneurship and ICT Ventures: Strategy, Organization by Tobias Kollmann

By Tobias Kollmann

Info and verbal exchange applied sciences with regards to electronic networks let the ongoing upward push of entrepreneurial company possibilities and creative enterprise versions. E-Entrepreneurship and ICT ventures: approach, association and know-how offers a special and vital evaluation of the present nation of conceptual and empirical study on the interface of e-business and entrepreneurship learn. Contributing an more desirable figuring out of the real interface of e-business and entrepreneurship, this reference book brings jointly best lecturers and practitioners from worldwide, supplying crucial analyzing fabric for college kids, educators, managers, marketers, and political choice makers attracted to utilizing and fostering e-business techniques in an entrepreneurial setting.

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At the beginning of the year the sock producer in Italy gets the total number of orders to better balance seasonality. One of the supplier selection criteria was geographical proximity: if there is a problem in the production, the CEO of Blacksocks travels to Italy and back within a day. Another criterion was size: the supplier should be big enough to guarantee quality and deadlines, but not too big for Blacksocks to still represent an important customer. Blacksocks also cultivates the relationship with its distribution partner and therefore the CEO of Blacksocks visits his logistic partner once a month.

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Industry structure is defined as the basic underlying characteristics that shape the competitive strategy for a group of firms producing goods or services that are close substitutes for one another (Porter, 1980). , 2007). This is probably due to the use of modern technology, technological process innovation and level of product complexity in these sectors (Crick, & Spence, 2005). , concentration, global integration, local industry internationalization, venture capital, etc. , 2007)–, we can indicate that this offers opportunities related to internationalization by a new venture (Bloodgood, Sapienza, & Almeida, 1996).

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