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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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One way to do this is to create a model for corporate entrepreneurialism built on a push-pull cycle of input from corporate and output of incentives for employees:
A plethora of social, economic, political, managerial, demographic, professional, educational and technological drivers spur the need for greater entrepreneurialism in nursing.
National governments can play a part in promoting entrepreneurialism in universities and their contributions to the knowledge society by establishing an appropriate legal framework for them to operate within (they exercise considerable power and influence over their universities and colleges).
Wilson, 65, an entrepreneur and academic, encouraged entrepreneurialism with three funds that give faculty members incentives to seek more external research money.
UKFast Managing Director Lawrence Jones says, "Business owners must not be afraid to encourage entrepreneurialism.
In this fourth installment of the 2020 Visionaries series, we look at entrepreneurialism and urban design from two distinct angles.
Entrepreneurialism is the heart of our economic system.
What's distinctive about American entrepreneurialism is that it's about independence and self-creation--the pursuit of happiness--as much as it is about money.
E-commerce, entrepreneurialism, environmental sciences, information science, information systems (management and computer), interactive computer design, statistics, nursing, and social work.
Next week, women from a range of creative and technological sectors will gather in Newcastle for the chance to network as well as discussing various topics such as entrepreneurialism, creativity and computing.
By sharing our acumen and learning with other areas of the Mena region, Aban is helping drive both angel investing and entrepreneurialism forward, and bringing fresh seed capital opportunities to local small businesses,' Hanna added.
Evalee Schwarz personified leadership, entrepreneurialism, and the philanthropic spirit and was the first woman to acquire one of the Hyundai Corporation dealerships in the United States.

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