Title: Towards high growth enterprise

Authors: Howard H. Frederick

Addresses: School of Management and Entrepreneurship, Unitec New Zealand, Private Bag 92025, Auckland, New Zealand

Abstract: The disproportional impact of high growth firms on economies around the world has made them a natural focus of policy attention in New Zealand. That is what is behind New Zealand|s ICT taskforce recommendations in 2003 to grow 100 ICT companies each doing over US$ 100 million sales per year by 2012 (a huge accomplishment for a small economy). Those companies could help New Zealand|s foreign exchange earnings and jobs, not to mention improved health care, better resourced schools and tertiary institutions, debt reduction and increased savings, and improved standard of living (ICT Taskforce, 2003).

Keywords: entrepreneurship; growth; New Zealand; policy; ICT.

DOI: 10.1504/IJESB.2004.005653

International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 2004 Vol.1 No.3/4, pp.238 - 248

Available online: 10 Nov 2004 *

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