This study aims to analyze socio-intercultural entrepreneurship as a capability building and development framework. The analysis departs from the assumption that entrepreneurship is a cultural embedded concept, although the intercultural category used in entrepreneurial studies has not been founded on a conceptual, theoretical, and empirical basis. Based on this existing research gap, the literature addresses the main issues of socio-intercultural entrepreneurship focusing on capability building and development in a situational context and is also environment-oriented. The methodology used are exploratory and analytical tools. Socio-intercultural entrepreneurship competence is highly related to be situational context and environment-dependent on awareness and understanding of cultural differences.

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