The value of failed relationships for the development of a Medtech start-up

@article{Hasche2018TheVO,
  title={The value of failed relationships for the development of a Medtech start-up},
  author={Nina Hasche and Gabriel Linton},
  journal={Journal of Small Business & Entrepreneurship},
  year={2018},
  volume={30},
  pages={119 - 97}
}
A major drawback of start-ups is that they are known to have liability of newness and smallness. One way start-ups can overcome these liabilities is by forming relationships and building a network with other firms, where exchange of knowledge and resources can be facilitated. These relationships between firms can include a great deal of ambiguity, and it is not always known what type of value will come out of the relationship. This present study sets out to explore how start-ups pursue… Expand
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