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Case Study No1: The McDonald’s story of ‘The Founder’

This first case study is at the end of the chapter on ‘the entrepreneurial life-cycle’ and is a critic of

Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technology: A Guide to Core Models and Tools.

“Entrepreneurs are fabled in the press, sometimes in the history-books, and are acknowledged with a special place in economic theory.

Getting ‘things’ done

At Bubble we get engaged with many entrepreneurs who provide colour to our lives through their imagination, flair, interesting propositions

Phases of businesses

Having spent much time studying, advising, managing, employed by and founding businesses we felt a need to write a book

Tools and techniques from ‘the book’

Through our entrepreneurial  journey we have amassed many tools and techniques, many that have found their way into the book

Enterprise and communities

It is the view of Bubble Enterprises that all all companies should have a community interest, be that a place,