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entrepreneur

noun administrator, baron, business leader, businessman, businessperson, businesswoman, employer, enterpriser, exec, executive, financier, magnate, man of commerce, owner, producer, top executive, tycoon
Associated concepts: entrepreneur law, free trade
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This award honors the innovation and entrepreneurialism with which that fundamental belief was brought to life, and the individuals who contribute to that cause, every day.
Davies refutes the notion of engineers and managers passively receiving and implementing orders in a command economy by showing the continuation of some market mechanisms and managerial entrepreneurialism.
But no totalitarian regime has long coexisted with freewheeling entrepreneurialism.
One of the key ways this Enterprise Board will make a difference is by both providing a channel through which businesses and entrepreneurs can voice their needs and concerns to Advantage West Midlands and also by championing entrepreneurialism,' he said.
Among our members we have plenty of success stories, but we know that there could be many more - if the barriers to entrepreneurialism are removed.
Such entrepreneurialism is essential to driving local economies -and Middlesbrough is low on the list of cities with a can-do attitude.
Technology Panel: Entrepreneurialism and Technology Innovation Drive Competitiveness
Amongst our members we have plenty of success stories, but we know that there could be many more - if the barriers to entrepreneurialism are removed.
He takes a thematic approach to the subject, devoting individual chapters to issues of race and poverty, managerialism in the public sector, the concept of "community" in urban policy, urban disorder and social disorganization, the rise of urban entrepreneurialism, investment in cultural activities, and neoliberalism and the globalization of urban policy.
He said: 'The West Midlands is flourishing both in terms of business growth and entrepreneurialism.
The challenge to find the next face of entrepreneurialism in the Tees Valley, which officially launches this year's round on Monday, gave Louise the confidence to get on with franchising her business after she scooped the title last year.

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