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|Title:||Determinants of venture performance in Singapore||Authors:||Wang, C.K.
|Issue Date:||Oct-2004||Citation:||Wang, C.K.,Ang, B.L. (2004-10). Determinants of venture performance in Singapore. Journal of Small Business Management 42 (4) : 347-363. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||Based on a survey of Singapore venture capital (VC)-backed firms, we find that environment, resource-based capabilities, strategy, and VC firms' involvement affect the venture performance significantly. The environment is a major constraint within which a firm's strategy is developed. While managers formulate and implement strategies, these strategies do not determine the eventual success directly. The strategy formulated should be complemented by a firm's resource-based capabilities. Firms that do not match their strategy and resources could lead to unfocused and unproductive efforts. Evidence shows that the "fit" between resource-based capabilities and strategy partially affects the venture performance. Our study provides implications for both venture capitalists and entrepreneurs in finding the right partner and in cooperating with each other.||Source Title:||Journal of Small Business Management||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/115538||ISSN:||00472778|
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