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Title: Technology start-up companies in Hawaiʻi : common resources of those who have attained viability 
Author: Kanemori, Sandi M.L
Date: 2008
Abstract: This study was to assess which resources of claimed value were used by technology start-up companies that have attained viability, as well as to assess how useful they ultimately were. An online survey was developed and administered to a community of technology enthusiast through a weekly e-newsletter. The survey was anonymous and called for self-qualification. Those who were willing to participate were required to provide general information about their company. A total of 22 respondents completed the survey that was made available for three and a half months. Results showed that out of the 28 total resources suspected to be of value to technology start-ups, only 17 of them were assessed to be actual Resources of Value (ROV).
Description: Thesis (M.A.)--University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2008. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 39-43). v, 58 leaves, bound 29 cm
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