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The Invisible Supporters
(AILA Review, 2020-10-07)
Text reuse is a widespread practice of text production in business-related contexts. Written communication is part of complex activities such as creating added value, organizing, regulating, and supporting work, building ...
Rethinking Supply Chains as Neighborhoods
(Journal of Intercultural Management and Ethics, 2020)
This paper explores the implication of a neighborhood model for interfirm interactions that explicitly tries to create an equality matching relationship among firms in an industry. The aim is to examine what would happen ...
Go or No Go: Learning to Persuade in an Early-Stage Student Entrepreneurship Program
Abstract—Background: Early-stage accelerator programs teach new entrepreneurs how to identify and exploit venture opportunities. In doing so, they implicitly teach these new entrepreneurs how to develop and iterate claims. ...
Editing the Pitch: Patterns of Editing Strategies of Written Pitches in a Chilean Accelerator Program
(IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 2020-11)
Abstract—Background: After a six-month training program in the Chilean public accelerator Start-Up Chile, entrepreneurs are asked to update a short pitch they wrote in the submission stage to appear in the program’s ...
Linked but desynched: An OODA analysis of associated entrepreneurship accelerator programs
(Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 2022)
Accelerators support fledgling ventures with a set curriculum, moving them through a cycle of venture development, culminating in a Demo Day pitch in which the ventures argue for their viability. Yet firms are often involved ...