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Identify the most promising opportunities facing firms from developing markets. Dynamism creates opportunity as well as constraints - doing a case study and the topic is called "Value Chains: Where, When, and Why"

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If you want to identify the most promising opportunities for firms from developing markets, put yourself in their shoes and ask, "How can I bring my product or service to my chosen market in the most cost effective, potentially profitable way?" Consider that in light of your concern with market dynamism and your focus on value chains, and you could answer, "By disrupting the market with a low-cost innovation or by adding value to existing products and services."

Developing markets are, by their nature, under-resourced when compared to developed ones. This means the firms originating there will on average have stricter financial constraints and higher-risk supply chains, even if they are world-beaters or very large. Those are disadvantages of market dynamism, because they slow down the firm's whole business model. But they don't have to suffer a disadvantage of human capital. That means they can take advantage of their market conditions by doing things...

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