Racing for radical innovation: how motorsport companies harness network diversity for discontinuous innovation

Rick Delbridge, Francesca Mariotti

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Abstract

The motorsport industry is a significant part of the UK economy. According to industry estimates approximately 4,500 companies are involved in the UK Motorsport and Performance Engineering Industry and its wide-ranging support activities. The industry has an annual turnover of £6.0 billion, and contributes £3.6 billion worth of exports. The Motorsport Industry Association estimates that the support side of the sector alone "involving events management, public relations, marketing, sponsorship and a host of other support functions" accounts for approximately £1.7 billion of the yearly industry total. And in terms of employment, UK Motorsport supports 38,500 full and part-time jobs, including 25,000 engineers.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon (UK)
PublisherAdvanced Institute of Management Research (AIM)
ISBN (Print)978-1-906087-18-0
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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Motorsports
Discontinuous innovation
Radical innovation
Event management
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Engineers
Industry association
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Marketing

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Delbridge, R., & Mariotti, F. (2009). Racing for radical innovation: how motorsport companies harness network diversity for discontinuous innovation. London (UK): Advanced Institute of Management Research (AIM).
Delbridge, Rick ; Mariotti, Francesca. / Racing for radical innovation : how motorsport companies harness network diversity for discontinuous innovation. London (UK) : Advanced Institute of Management Research (AIM), 2009.
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