International Entrepreneurship: Case of Happiest Minds


An in-depth case study of a successful serial entrepreneur in India and the two international new ventures he founded illustrates the entrepreneurial capabilities that are particularly important for successful international new venture creation. This case study examines in detail how potential international entrepreneurs can develop such capabilities in order to improve their chances of gaining success in international new ventures, and concludes with a discussion of the implications of the authors' findings for entrepreneurship research and practice.

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