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coopetition

(COOPEration compeTITION) Cooperation between competing companies. In the information field, coopetition means settling on standards and then developing products that compete with each other using those standards.
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They discuss the concept of coopetition, the coexistence of both collaborative and competitive forces in interorganizational settings, and a new way of thinking for accelerating the innovation process and generating greater value; the temporal dimension of multinational enterprises; entrepreneurial initiatives and the basic traits of knowledge management in business development; the role of transformational leadership, technicality and entrepreneurship, and innovativeness in going international; knowledge-based entrepreneurship formation; the internationalization process of Internet of Things firms; and coopetitive aspects of international brand licensing.
This approach reinforces the view of coopetition in which agents (larger and smaller wineries) cooperate and compete simultaneously, but in different areas (marketing, foreign trade, and commercialization), aiming to generate value for all of those involved (creating an identity for the domestic wine) by sharing resources and knowledge to achieve higher returns than would be achieved working separately (in this case the gain in international market share) and which will be divided up further down the line.
The strategy is illustrated by the coopetition between the carrier and the third party company in the local mobile payment market.
2012) "Can coopetition be source of competitive advantage for strategic networks?
Coopetition and technological innovation in small and medium-size enterprises: a multilevel conceptual model.
2005): Coopetition in the telecommunications industry, In M.
COOPETITION IN THE ARGENTINIAN, BRAZILIAN AND PARAGUAYAN BORDER TOURIST DESTINATION
I n the post-regulation highway transportation era, there are opportunities for backhauls, continuous movements, collaboration and coopetition that a dedicated fleet management team can take advantage of.
Coopetition for radical innovation: technology, market and business-model perspectives, Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 26(2): 155-169.
investigated how the choice of coopetition of the simultaneous pursuit of collaboration and competition dynamically impacts both the participating firms and the other self-developing ones in the same market.
The blueprint for success when it comes to overcoming this perennial challenge can be drawn from a set of words coined in 1913: 'co-opetition, coopetition, or coopertition'.
With the rise in different hosting environments requiring enterprises to operate in multi-vendor ecosystems, service providers must also harness an environment of coopetition, where partnerships can be leveraged to ensure easy migration of applications and stronger adoption of IaaS in Europe.