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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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Career and technical education is a natural place to incorporate entrepreneurial mindsets.
NADF general manager Colleen Martin said Lac Seul was a good place for the first pilot because of the entrepreneurial mindset there.
Thus, an individual with an entrepreneurial mindset (also referred to as entrepreneurial spirit) should be better equipped rationally or analytically to embody or exemplify creativity.
Aisha Siddiqa, the organising committee VP, communication and marketing, said: "Our purpose is to help mobilise the youth in Bahrain towards an entrepreneurial mindset and prepare them for a career in entrepreneurship.
Sahar Hasherni, an inspirational entrepreneur and brand builder of Coffee Republic and Skinny Candy, will share her experience of how to implement an innovative and entrepreneurial mindset.
The Royal pair started the first leg of their day-long visit to Lancashire by visiting Darwen Aldridge Community Academy which aims to give its student an entrepreneurial mindset.
Chairman of the Conference Organizing Committee, Hanif Jakhura, said that some of the key topics to be discussed at the conference include entrepreneurial and business financing, creating an entrepreneurial mindset, repositioning Pakistan as an outsourcing hub, ethical and social entrepreneurship, technology leadership for growth, and issues hampering the corporatization of business in Pakistan and the road ahead.
Business owners with an entrepreneurial mindset seek to stand out in the crowd.
The InnoEnergy community, which deals with sustainable energy, will create economical and social value via the training of technology leaders with an entrepreneurial mindset as well as connecting key players across the innovation chain through projects, platforms and events.
For example, scholars investigating entrepreneurship at the individual level of analysis, and adopting a cognitive lens, have suggested that those who act more entrepreneurially have a more entrepreneurial mindset (Krueger; McGrath & McMillan; McMullen & Shepherd).
An entrepreneurial mindset has been described as "a way of thinking about your business that captures the benefits of uncertainty" (McGrath & MacMillan, 2000, p.

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