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  • African Entrepreneurship In Africa

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    explicable that they are the least active as entrepreneurs in the continent. As successful American Entrepreneur and Television personality, Lori Greiner asserted, “Entrepreneurship is the way we take control of our lives in a tough economy”. Therefore, over the past few years, women have taken it upon themselves to ensure that they are included and are active economically by taking control of their lives in the tough economy of Africa by becoming entrepreneurs, breaking

  • Ellen Degeneres: The Journey Of Entrepreneurship

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    ‘I’m so grateful that I struggled’ words of Ellen DeGeneres born on January the 26th 1958, an entrepreneur who hosts her own talk show The Ellen DeGeneres Show, has an online shop, has set up her own recording studio ElevenEleven, not only does she have many physical enterprises. Her most valuable, successful enterprise is her ability to spread positivity, motivation, inspiration and how she instils values such as equality, compassion kindness and honesty into society. Ellen is well known for her

  • Importance Of Women Entrepreneurship

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    GENERATION NEXT OF WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS ABSTRACT: This study assumes significance to check the awareness of entrepreneurship among generation next of possible women entrepreneurs. Women entrepreneurship culture has not yet reached the wider mass and there are still certain issues that need to be solved. A structured questionnaire survey was circulated to judge the awareness and aspiration levels by using scale based, and opinion based questions among 117 college students in Mumbai to estimate

  • Impact Of Corporate Culture On Entrepreneurship

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    by utilizing a combination of resources, including finances and production factors. Entrepreneurs usually develop a startup organization by offering innovative products or services by acquiring angel investments or startup capital from private investors. Entrepreneurs identify and recognize the potential business opportunities in the economy and gather the resources required to develop a business. Entrepreneurs also identify the human resources, financial capital, and other production requirements

  • Entrepreneurship In Sri Lanka

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    cultural factors associate with effectiveness of female entrepreneurship in Sri Lanka. Research Background In a market economy, being a female entrepreneur means accepting the risks involved in selling either goods or services to make a profit. Entrepreneurs run their own business; pay taxes and either work alone

  • Book Review: Social Entrepreneurship For Dummies

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    social entrepreneurs who want to make a difference in the world but is clueless on which part to start. If the book would be read the reader would learn how to have social responsibility in his business. Since the Triple Bottom line is present in businesses nowadays, the performance of an enterprise is not only measured through profit but also in the environmental and social impact of the enterprise. Just like a for-profit entrepreneur this would also need the passion of the social entrepreneur because

  • Leadership And Leadership Theory

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    exist by accountability The r-Entrepreneur must have created, and assembled his collective leaders together in the first place Collective leadership is not static Situation dependent; Different situations/problems will require different expertise which can be drawn from the r-Entrepreneur and his pool of collective leaders This applicability of the collective leadership framework is adopted by the r-Entrepreneur as well in the business setting. The r-Entrepreneur engages in a collective leadership

  • Self Confidence Conclusion

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    leaders are the fastest-growing segment of self-employed entrepreneurs. Also flexi working hours, work from home options are luring women towards entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship is considered an important driver of economic development and growth in many economies. Apart from the general diversity in entrepreneurial practices, there appear to be significant differences in the characteristics of male and female entrepreneurs. Women entrepreneurs tend to own smaller businesses, operate with lower levels

  • Entrepreneurship In Nigeria

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    successful entrepreneurs who are audacious male or female who have the capability to lead, manage and take everything into consideration. Those people are very hardworking, creative and because of their success they are getting high respect in the society. It has to be looked that during the colonial era of the nation, only a few people could boast of personal or family finance to commence any real business and with

  • History Of Entrepreneurship

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    research. An entrepreneur in simple words is defined as a person who starts something of his own with certain personality traits associated like passionate, perseverant, and enthusiastic and get goer. An entrepreneur is sometimes called the force which drives social and economic progress. Most of the people have this misconception that entrepreneurs are born and not made. But we have many examples which shows how many hardships have people faced before becoming a successful entrepreneur. We have entrepreneurs