Cross-sector collaboration and opportunities for entrepreneurship in weaker regions

Niall MacKenzie, Dylan Jones-Evans

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ConferenceInternational Council for Small Business World Conference
CountrySweden
CityStockholm
Period15/06/1118/06/11

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MacKenzie, N., & Jones-Evans, D. (2011). Cross-sector collaboration and opportunities for entrepreneurship in weaker regions. International Council for Small Business World Conference, Stockholm, Sweden.
MacKenzie, Niall ; Jones-Evans, Dylan. / Cross-sector collaboration and opportunities for entrepreneurship in weaker regions. International Council for Small Business World Conference, Stockholm, Sweden.
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2011. International Council for Small Business World Conference, Stockholm, Sweden.

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