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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 means that social entrepreneurs are hampered by tax laws, burdensome regulations, arbitrary decision-making and other onerous requirements and practices.
In fact, by not being proactive or uniting with others, they are doing exactly what Entrepreneur Magazine hopes they will do, nothing," Smith said.
Successful entrepreneurs trust their own judgments and gut feelings.
But the greatest benefit, Gorrie says, is the support young entrepreneurs will receive for their business ventures from YETB and others who have experienced the same triumphs and challenges.
Reiss puts forth 10 attributes that he writes all entrepreneurs must possess: passion, curiosity, a work ethic, energy, flexibility, balance, perseverance, a healthy dose of selfishness, greed (in moderation) and integrity.
Although the exception, his experience defines the classic entrepreneur in terms of the preeminent desire for independence and freedom.
Although this economic transformation is difficult and painful for America's work force, it offers new opportunities, virtually impossible a decade ago, for entrepreneurs with disabilities.
This program honors the brightest business leaders in our community," said Kent Geer, Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year Program Director for The Carolinas'.
The intelligence, charisma, talent, speaking ability, reputation, accomplishments, and personality of the entrepreneur are all important to the venture capitalist.
Entrepreneurs, with real business plans, then present to the student teams in a 10-minute pitch outlying their business visions.
To develop the ranking, Entrepreneur collaborated with the NPRC and drew upon its Entrepreneurial Activity Index, which measures the best places to start and grow a business.
Perhaps you're a successful entrepreneur who wants to hook up with other young business owners to share ideas and form partnerships.

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