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Business and Management.
The purpose of this work is to record and document the development cycle of an entrepreneur focusing specifically on the point of start up of the entrepreneurs business through to a key juncture when the entrepreneur sells a portion of his business. The work then examines the Klofsten Business Platform Model, a model that might be described as a self diagnostic tool for new start up ventures by entrepreneurs. The entrepreneur then analyses his business development in light of Klofstens’ Model and comments on how he feels his real life experience fits into the proposed model. After a period of reflection he then offers suggestions that he fells can supplement the model, based on his actual experiences.
Neary, K. (2007). The entrepreneurial process, an assessment of a real life case study and a theoretical model. Masters dissertation. Technological University Dublin. doi:10.21427/D71S6Q
Successfully submitted for the award of Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.) to the Technological University Dublin, March, 2007.