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Accessibility or long-term value? Partner Selection Mechanisms in Building Entrepreneurial Mentorship Relationships. Dr. Marta K. Dowejko, Research Assistant Professor in Entrepreneurship, School of Business, Baptist University of Hong Kong

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Dr. Marta K. Dowejko received her doctoral degree in entrepreneurship from the University of Hong Kong. Prior to this, she has gained her professional experience in Europe and Asia. Her research interests include entrepreneurial networks, start-up mentoring, and strategic entrepreneurship. Currently, she serves as Research Assistant Professor at the Hong Kong Baptist University. Her most recent entrepreneurship research on the start-up rates and informal investors of Hong Kong and Shenzhen within the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor is the first comprehensive study since 2009 to address the opportunities and challenges of the Hong Kong-Shenzhen megalopolis as Asia’s entrepreneurship hub and it was well received by local and international media, policymakers, and industry associations.

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