The Flying winemakers – revisiting the globalization of the wine industry

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Flying winemakers act as connectors across and beyond borders in the globalized wine industry.
Nomadic dynamic capabilities are global, entrepreneurial and spatiotemporal in nature.
In a context of nomadic dynamic capabilities, the knowledge transfer and dissemination is cumulative.


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