Country-Specific Sociocultural Institutional Factors as Determinants of Female Entrepreneurs’ Successful Sustainable Business Strategies within the Context of Turkey and the UK

Alpsahin Cullen, Ufi and Archer-Brown, Chris (2019) Country-Specific Sociocultural Institutional Factors as Determinants of Female Entrepreneurs’ Successful Sustainable Business Strategies within the Context of Turkey and the UK. In: Entrepreneurial Opportunities: Economics and Sustainability for future growth. Emerald, Australia. ISBN 9781839092862 (In Press)

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This paper examines whether networking strategies, growth orientation, work pattern, industry preference and business partnership structures (as a part of their BSS) of well-established female entrepreneurs vary between two different cultural environments, namely the UK and Turkey. Understanding networking strategies of the participants will enable us to examine the extent of social dialogue and collaboration and cooperation between the entrepreneur and her network contacts which is a fundamental element of SI in the generation of the value proposition. The business partnership structure; networking behaviour and pattern as well as industry preference will improve insights into business modelling whilst growth orientation and work pattern will help us to understand the strategic aspect of the business model. All together the findings will help us to evaluate the suitability and sustainability aspects of the business model towards SI.

Item Type: Book Section
ISBN: 9781839092862
Subjects: Business
Courses by Department: Business School > Business Entrepreneurship
Depositing User: Ufi Alpsahin Cullen
Date Deposited: 03 Oct 2019 08:41
Last Modified: 03 Oct 2019 08:41
URI: http://repository.falmouth.ac.uk/id/eprint/3452

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