TOUR DATES: 133 SPIN-OFFS: Rock of Ages (53 dates JanApril, 42 dates Jun-July).
DIANNE BUSWELL TOUR DATES: 98 SPIN-OFFS: Here Come The Girls (34 dates ending June).
(2008) adopted a science-based design approach to establish a set of rules that universities should adopt to effectively promote the creation of university spin-offs
. Geuna and Muscio (2009) also performed a literature review in the field of university knowledge transfer by looking to intellectual property rights and spin-offs
Sure, they still make animated spin-off
This paper explores spin-offs
and their relations to the external environment.
"These figures demonstrate that, in the Middle East, the overwhelming majority of divestitures are created through share sales; corporate spin-offs
, on the other hand, are not a common way to create value, especially within diversified holding companies in the region," said Ihab Khalil, Partner and Managing Director at BCG Middle East.
Table 5 contrasts results for pre-announced and post-announced spin-offs
over the carve-out initial period and from the carve-out to spin-off
For nearly four years Ferazani was the director of Research at Institutional Research Group, where he was the lead analyst and author of The Spin-Off
This study identifies different models of programmes for supporting the creation of spin-offs
in universities, and analyses their differentiated characteristics.
is the creation of an independent company through the roll-over of an existing business/division of a company to a new legal entity.
The founding, performance and survival of spin-offs
depend greatly on the knowledge of the new firm's senior managers and their ability to exploit it to shape the dynamics of their competition (Zahra & George, 2002).