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willing to take risks in order to make a profit

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Student survey, according to the ministry of the education started the company a significant portion of the start-up failure is caused by error project selection, and college students' entrepreneurial projects selected is one of the basic factors affecting entrepreneurial.
Entrepreneurial Spark, the world s largest free business accelerator, smashed its previous records for job creation, investment and turnover during 2014.
Recently, labor statistics indicated that the number of black entrepreneurs starting an entrepreneurial venture is growing at faster rates than whites.
As entrepreneurship is a kind of planned behavior based on intention (Kolvereid & Isaksen, 2006), it is feasible to assume that the TPB could be used to predict students' entrepreneurial intention.
But it's quite another thing to actually change thinking and adopt the entrepreneurial mind-set that can set you free (the Biblical lessons of John 8:32, "and ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free") notwithstanding.
Often they remain employed only because they can point to measurable results and have used their entrepreneurial skills to create political support among key stakeholders like politicians, business leaders, parents, and the media.
Joining From the Outside The common thread among entrepreneurial initiatives seems to be that most entrepreneurs originate from outside the traditional district structure.
Paul-Minneapolis weighs the region's entrepreneurial climate from its founding through the better part of the nineteenth century.
Lifestyle entrepreneurs tend to open a business to fulfill a lifelong dream or to follow a particular lifestyle; they contribute to a region's entrepreneurial breadth by increasing the number of firms.
Kirbyjon Caldwell, a best-selling author and pastor of the largest United Methodist Church in America, along with coauthor and pastor Walt Kallestad, takes readers on an entrepreneurial journey that is mixed with faith.
Businesses United in Investing, Lending and Development; (BUILD) provides real-world entrepreneurial experience to young people from low-income communities in the Silicon Valley area of California.
In other words, no demand, "excess" or otherwise, existed for the technology of steam power because no entrepreneurial classes demanded it.
Thus, when considering becoming an entrepreneur, perhaps one should begin by pondering the business and philosophical differences between a medical practice and an entrepreneurial endeavor.
The book's conclusion declares that America is on the verge of a monumental "revolutionary" shift from a managerial society to an Entrepreneurial Society.
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