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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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As regards the first line, Psychology research has appointed that the control of personal actions and targets in relation to the opportunities lies at the origin of entrepreneurism, considered as a phenomenon based on individual actions driven by objectives and motivationally sustained (Chandler, DeTienne, McKelvie, & Mumford, 2011; Vale, Correa, & Reis, 2014).
Self-funded, and risking only time and intellectual horsepower, is the essence of entrepreneurism," said Soha.
Women also showed little ambition for entrepreneurism after reading the female-stereotype article.
He explains why this event -- a hotbed of digital entrepreneurism -- won him over last year.
The target-driven culture that we live in has frustrated entrepreneurism in the public sector stifling innovation.
It's a philosophical and practical guide to the basic foundations of employee ownership, from challenging growth goals to practicing community entrepreneurism, and continues to be a classic pick for any business or social issues library.
We may find that our hill yields more to be proud about than transient entrepreneurism.
Talking to OT about why Mr Patel was selected, Ben Sequerra, chief executive of Pro Sheffield and the person who selected this year's 35, said: "We selected East for the entrepreneurism and innovation he has used in setting up the store.
One of the things that's always been slightly admirable about the US spirit of entrepreneurism is the degree to which bankruptcy and business failure is seen as a stepping stone to recovery.
TechPoint Foundation is a joint venture between Indiana's technology community and Central Indiana Community Foundation that brings tech sector resources and entrepreneurism to help at-risk youth develop 21st-century skills.
It was very polite, saying they had a big section for entrepreneurism.
Some recommend changing the negative attitude of teachers as regards entrepreneurism by bringing them closer to the real world and SMEs.

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