The take up of business support by minority ethnic enterprises: the experience of South Asian businesses in England
Dhaliwal, S (2006) The take up of business support by minority ethnic enterprises: the experience of South Asian businesses in England International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 2 (1). 79 - 91.
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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11365-006-7090-y
This research contributes to a greater understanding of minority ethnic business (MEB) needs and practices and helps identify the support needs of minority ethnic firms in relation to existing support provision. The aims are, therefore, to examine the take-up of support by minority ethnic enterprises focusing mainly on the South Asian community with some representation from the African-Caribbean and Korean communities. Fifty minority ethnic businesses across South West London were contacted and semi-structured interviews took place with the owner/owner managers. The findings suggest that policy makers need to appreciate the diversity of MEBs and policies aimed at these businesses should reflect that diversity.
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|Divisions:||Faculty of Business, Economics and Law > Surrey Business School|
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