Indigenous entrepreneurship: factor identification defining indigenous processes of the Wayúu in Colombia
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Indigenous entrepreneurship has unique processes and organization factors. Dana (2015) identifies several factors that seem to be unique to indigenous entrepreneurship and that distinguish indigenous entrepreneurship from mainstream interpretations of entrepreneurship. This study of the Wayúu community in Colombia seeks to explore entrepreneurship processes within this specific community. In-depth interviews provide the data for content analysis and factor identification. Additionally, this study intends to point toward the internationalization of these entrepreneurship processes using efficient and beneficial means of public and private support.