Entrepreneur Essays

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  • Entrepreneur As An Entrepreneur

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    “Age is an issue of mind over matter. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.” Mark Twain In the past couple of years, we have seen a breed of very young and ambitious entrepreneurs take over the startup scene and dominate newsflow. The founders of Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, Tesla, Google, Apple and such billion dollar venture all took their entrepreneurial leap in their twenties. Closer to home, Zomato’s Deepinder Goyal, Kunal Bahl and Rohit Bansal of Snapdeal, Sachin Bansal of Flipkart and Ola’s

  • Women Entrepreneurs

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    opportunities offering tremendous scope for those who want to turn entrepreneurs. The rise of women entrepreneurs and their contribution to the national economy is quite visible in India. Since 1990’s the number of women entrepreneurs has grown over a period of time. Although women entrepreneurs have exhibited their potential, the fact remains that they are capable of contributing much more than what they already are. The definition of Women Entrepreneurs is the women or a group of women who initiate, organise

  • The Importance Of Entrepreneurs

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    Entrepreneurs usually is someone who dare to take risks with very extreme level. This can be proven when they chose the path to becoming an entrepreneur, because it makes them full of challenges, problems and uncertainty in their life. Extreme risks taken would have to be measured properly, if not it will be a catastrophe in the future. As an entrepreneur, whether you are an extreme risk taker or someone who is reckless? I have bitter experience when I decided to get out of where I work before

  • Characteristics Of An Entrepreneur

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    seem to need to find what works best for them. Entrepreneurs also find themselves in a place of power, and their responsibilities can span across companies and in some cases countries. There are many given traits that are needed to become an entrepreneur. For one, you need to be able to think outside of the box and be creative. Without creativity, an entrepreneur is just a manager who doesn’t have any ideas that will ignite the following. Entrepreneurs also need to be able to deal with a given amount

  • Importance Of An Entrepreneur

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    An entrepreneur is an individual who rather than working as an employee, runs a small business and assumes all the risk and reward of a given business venture, idea, or good or service offered for sale. The entrepreneur is commonly seen as a business leader and innovator of new ideas and business processes. Entrepreneurs play a key role in any economy. These are the people who have the skills and initiative necessary to take good new ideas to market and make the right decisions to make the idea profitable

  • Characteristics Of An Entrepreneur

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    CHARACTERISTICS OF AN ENTREPRENEUR There are different traits and skills that an entrepreuneur should possess and to acquire. Just like for Richard Branson, Bill Gates, Donald Trump, and countless other entrepreneurs these traits helps to have a particular advantage if we want to undertake an enterprise. These key ingredients that lead to success, has been observed both in celebrity entrepreneurs and in most successful clients. It has been identified that they all have the following critical skills

  • Disadvantages Of Entrepreneur

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    The term entrepreneur typically refers to an independent-minded or innovative business person who is interested in breaking out of the 9-5 environment. Entrepreneurs and small business owners supply our economy with some of its jobs. An entrepreneur can be an artist, homemaker, restaurant owner or an inventor who just came up the latest cell phone application. What defines an entrepreneur is the desire and courage to strike out on one 's own in the world of business, instead of working for someone

  • Successful Entrepreneur Characteristics

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    edition”] Set of characteristics shared by successful entrepreneurs 1. Motivation – As an entrepreneur you should be enthusiastic and future oriented. It is important for an entrepreneur to have belief that they will be successful and they are open to risks to their resources in quest of profit. Successful entrepreneurs always think of their business and how to increase their market share. 2. Creativity and persuasiveness- Successful entrepreneurs have the creative capability to identify and pursue

  • Theories Of Immigrant Entrepreneurs

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    Immigrant Entrepreneurs ‘Immigrant’ or ‘Ethnic’ entrepreneur as depicted by R.M Khosa, V. Kalitanyi Are sojourners who work harder, save money, receive limited low cost funding from family member as well social networks and find market opportunities to set up their business in the host communities. R.M Khosa, V. Kalitanyi further puts forward that migration of people defined as the practise of people moving form their indigenous country to live and work in another country. People don’t just pack

  • Entrepreneurs Vs Entrepreneurship

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    the university graduates, due to lack of work experience. Not only do entrepreneur solve the issue of unemployment by providing job to communities, they create business locally, they invest and giving back to the communities they operate in. Because entrepreneur businesses are profit orientated, capital invested and creates jobs, governments in most countries have implemented strategies that aim to promote and nurture entrepreneurs. But before government can implement policies that promote entrepreneurship