This study advances our understanding of international new ventures by investigating the entire start-up, growth and management process of such ventures. By looking at the process from an initial idea to the development and management of an international new venture, the study also develops existing findings that entrepreneurs in these ventures often rely on their social and friendship ties. But the study takes this idea much further. In addition to investigating network ties generally, the study investigates the founding and early success of an international network of luxury leather goods producers and distributors in order to show how the dynamics of ethnic ties facilitate management and growth in international new ventures. Such a study is unique in this area and helps us to understand the relationship between ethnic ties and building, developing and managing international new venture: a true born global.
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Dr. Neri Karra is a Senior Research Fellow and Lecturer in Marketing and Strategy at London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London. She completed her PhD in Management in Judge Business School, University of Cambridge. She has published on international entrepreneurship, family business and creative new ventures.
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