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Authors: Leo Paul Dana (ICN Business School); Teresa Hannan (ICN Business School)
Published in: 1996
Length: 6 pages
Data source: Published sources

Abstract

It was 1996. Erol Nihat Altunsoy was the owner-manager of the Altun Tabya Otel, a small inn located in Gazimagusa, a port declared illegal by international authorities since occupation by Turkish troops. The hotel had 18 rooms, but only one was occupied. Suggestions were welcome. This case teaches about enterprise in a self-proclaimed but unrecognised republic - the victim of military occupation and of an international embargo. This case is a perfect opportunity to discuss Porter''s model.
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Abstract

It was 1996. Erol Nihat Altunsoy was the owner-manager of the Altun Tabya Otel, a small inn located in Gazimagusa, a port declared illegal by international authorities since occupation by Turkish troops. The hotel had 18 rooms, but only one was occupied. Suggestions were welcome. This case teaches about enterprise in a self-proclaimed but unrecognised republic - the victim of military occupation and of an international embargo. This case is a perfect opportunity to discuss Porter''s model.

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Location:
Industry:
Size:
Small business
Other setting(s):
1996

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