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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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Thanks to the generosity of the Skoll Foundation, which endowed the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship, the School is engaged in groundbreaking teaching and research on social entrepreneurship.
As Table 1 shows, these studies have all described the administration of questionnaires as the dominant method of data collection amongst entrepreneurship researchers.
Founded in 2008 by EMLYON Business School in France , the WEF has been joined by Action Community for Entrepreneurship (ACE), Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore and Zhejiang University in China .
What are the individual factors affecting the entrepreneurship of educational management students from students' views?
The World Entrepreneurship Forum will be a perfect fit with Dubai SME's efforts in this direction.
The National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE) is an organization of educators, entrepreneurs, and distinguished business development professionals providing quality programs and services in entrepreneurship education and serving as advocates for community-based entrepreneurship.
Though the concept of entrepreneurship has been introduced some time back but entrepreneurship education and entrepreneurship research are relatively recent.
He defined social entrepreneurship as the effort of an individual, organization, network, or group of organizations to create large-scale, sustainable change by shifting an approach to solving social problems.
In 1994, Timmons argued that creativity should be central to entrepreneurship education.
Research on entrepreneurship has been characterized frequently as diverse, fragmented, and still being in ferment (BUSENITZ et al.
DAMASCUS, (SANA) -- The Syrian Center for Development Research, a division of the Syria Trust for Development, and the Syrian Young Entrepreneurs Association (SYEA) launched on Monday the 1st Syrian National Report on Entrepreneurship.
With the convergence of an ailing economy, a new generation of political leaders, and a strong public sentiment that change is needed on many fronts within our society and across the world, the phenomenon of social entrepreneurship has found new life and is flourishing within society as a whole and within higher education in particular.

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