Business mating: when start-ups get it right

@article{Kask2013BusinessMW,
  title={Business mating: when start-ups get it right},
  author={Johan Kask and Gabriel Linton},
  journal={Journal of Small Business \& Entrepreneurship},
  year={2013},
  volume={26},
  pages={511 - 536}
}
Abstract The importance of forming business relationships is critical for the prosperity of start-ups; still, few studies have examined how conditions inside and around the start-up together lead to business mating – occurrence of a new business relationship. To clarify the importance of proper fit among management style and invention features for high mating chances, this paper tackles this need by taking a configurational approach. We use qualitative comparison analysis (QCA) to analyze case… 

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