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Social aspects of entrepreneurship in Kenya In social relationships, Entrepreneurs do not believe in give and take of things . The employees in Kenya are treated more as servants by their employers. People of Kenya take loans, capital from their family and friends . Entrepreneur use their social networks and social capital in hard times by lending money from their family and friends. People may be secret competitors who will use cooperation to benefit themselves but who will not reciprocate. The process of selectively creating clientage networks thus creates its corollary---networks of opposing and (potentially) hostile people and organizations. Entrepreneurs use client ship to create new channels of resource access that can be used to escape local level constraints.
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