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Being familiar with and also inspired by this literature, we considered ourselves open to various perspectives on women’s small businesses when we started our research project and entered the field. Against this background it was interesting to notice that, despite our best intentions, we reproduced strong hierarchical relationships between the more professional and the less professional business activities and behaviours. e. the care sector entrepreneurs became compared against the norm of more ‘serious’ businesses represented by technology intensive ICT-companies, which we considered that the first three companies of our field work represented well enough.
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