The Contribution of "Empreender Project" to the Development of Micro and Small Enterprises' Networks at Santa Catarina State (Brazil)
In a globalized and increasingly competitive market, the organization of micro and small enterprises in network structures warrants the survival and competitiveness of companies and consequent development of the regions where they act. The “Empreender Project” has been a key factor for the recent develop the enterpreneurial network in Santa Catarina State, Brazil. This articles searches for the followed mechanisms and instruments for cooperation in the particular case study of AETUR.
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