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someone who organizes a business venture and assumes the risk for it

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Michael Dermer is an entrepreneur, speaker, lawyer and founder/author of The Lonely Entrepreneur.
In declaring the event open, Governor Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo State said passion, creativity, resilience were critical tools in succeeding as an entrepreneur.
There is clearly a problem in understanding what makes a good example of an entrepreneur in Britain today, and it's not only this Scottish schoolgirl that has this problem.
This indicates that being an entrepreneur may help males more than females feel engaged with their communities.
As business leaders, I encourage you to think of yourself as an entrepreneur. Practice curiosity, creativity, resourcefulness, leadership and tenacity within your organization.
Getting into shape is essential to you as an entrepreneur.
As an Entrepreneur Institute, the Dubai Chamber, will draw upon their network and reach to extend resources and training to individual entrepreneurs, and to the businesses, non-profit and government sectors both through in person and virtual on-line workshops."
In his book "Fortune and Freedom: The Entrepreneur's Guide to Success," author Jim Hirshfield explores all aspects of what it takes to become an entrepreneur. Who better to write this guide than someone who has been in the trenches as an entrepreneur for more than thirty years?
A vision, inspiration and most importantly the belief that, "I can do that", is the defining image of an entrepreneur.
While the investors are present as a group, there is leeway for independent partnerships, as individual investors can choose to move forward with an entrepreneur if a presentation grabbed their interest.
Says Johnson, who is an entrepreneur in his own right: "The most successful companies strive to be greater than their competitors by consistently exceeding customer expectations.
Randy Komisar, the Silicon Valley entrepreneur and author of The Monk and the Riddle: The Education of a Silicon Valley Entrepreneur, beautifully captured how much fun being an entrepreneur can be when he said, "Business isn't primarily a financial institution.
As he explains in the book, an entrepreneur is more than just an adventure seeker.