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Subject category: Entrepreneurship
Published by: Stanford Business School
Originally published in: 2010
Version: 11 January 2010
Length: 28 pages
Data source: Published sources

Abstract

The (A) case follows Dr Zhengrong Shi, Founder, Chairman and CEO of Suntech Power Holdings, on his journey to create a global solar PV company headquartered in China. It covers his background and inspiration for the idea, his dealings with the local Chinese government authorities, the company''s business strategies, competitive landscape, and performance to date. The case concludes with the founder contemplating future options for his company, including the possibility of taking the company public on the New York Stock Exchange. The (B) case follows the company in the post-IPO years, providing an update on strategy, financial performance, and the competitive landscape.

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Abstract

The (A) case follows Dr Zhengrong Shi, Founder, Chairman and CEO of Suntech Power Holdings, on his journey to create a global solar PV company headquartered in China. It covers his background and inspiration for the idea, his dealings with the local Chinese government authorities, the company''s business strategies, competitive landscape, and performance to date. The case concludes with the founder contemplating future options for his company, including the possibility of taking the company public on the New York Stock Exchange. The (B) case follows the company in the post-IPO years, providing an update on strategy, financial performance, and the competitive landscape.

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