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Case
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Reference no. 9-304-S05
Spanish language
Subject category: Entrepreneurship
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Originally published in: 1988
Version: 29 May 1992
Revision date: 09-Apr-2019

Abstract

This a Spanish version. Deals with the issue of an entrepreneur in a very successful company deciding whether to stay through a period of great growth or to sell. What are the entrepreneur''s responsibilities to the organization, to his employees, to the public? As subtopics, the issues of marketing versus having a strong product that sells itself, patents and the legal issues involved, manufacturing problems, and a rising business in a sharply declining market.
Location:
Industry:
Size:
Gross revenue USD35 million sales
Other setting(s):
1974-1981

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Abstract

This a Spanish version. Deals with the issue of an entrepreneur in a very successful company deciding whether to stay through a period of great growth or to sell. What are the entrepreneur''s responsibilities to the organization, to his employees, to the public? As subtopics, the issues of marketing versus having a strong product that sells itself, patents and the legal issues involved, manufacturing problems, and a rising business in a sharply declining market.

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Location:
Industry:
Size:
Gross revenue USD35 million sales
Other setting(s):
1974-1981

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