Menorcan Entrepreneurs of Footwear and Technological Innovation: Pons Quintana and Mascaró
Juan Hernández Andreu ()
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Juan Hernández Andreu: Complutense University of Madrid
Chapter Chapter 12 in Companies and Entrepreneurs in the History of Spain, 2021, pp 201-215 from Palgrave Macmillan
Abstract This chapter presents a historical analysis of two entrepreneurs from the island of Menorca (Balearic Islands). Their relevant role is highlighted and the reduced environment and the commitment to the tourist offer are analyzed. Likewise, it describes the training and education of entrepreneurs, their successes and failures.
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