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Prentice-Hall. Role of the Author
The case author met Cynthia Riggs at an Entrepreneurial Excellence workshop,
hosted by Sonoma State University, in June 2002. Cynthia had come to the seminar
looking for advice and management referrals for her company. At this time, as noted in
the case, Cynthia’s company had successfully launched its website and was mailing two
catalogues per year to a mailing list of 5,000. During the summer of 2002, through a
series of e-mail and phone conversations, the case writer helped Cynthia compile a
chronology of Cynthia’s personal and business experiences. Further communication with
MIB’s bookkeeper, general manager, and production manager helped solidify the issues
in the case and provided additional ﬁnancial and operational information. Joan Winn is a professor at the University of Denver. Fall, 2004 503 504 ENTREPRENEURSHIP THEORY and PRACTICE...
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