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Entrepreneurship Resources

General Information

  • What is an entrepreneur? 
    • In French: literally, the person who undertakes to do something, specifically to take risks for the sake of gain. A name given in economic theory to the one who takes the initiative in bringing factors of production, or buyers and sellers, together. He need own nothing to start with, but exerts some control which falls to him by virtue of his initiating role. His return is in the form of profit or loss, rather than wages, rent or interest: i.e. it is fundamentally non-contractual, which is why he is usually seen as ‘taking a risk’. (Source: Palgrave Macmillan Dictionary of Political Thought)
  • What is this week all about?
    • Global Entrepreneurship Week is a celebration of entrepreneurship that occurs in the second week of November. During this week, people worldwide come together through local, national, and global events to find and create solutions for economic growth.
  • How do I observe Global Entrepreneurship Week? 
    • Participate in the Global Entrepreneurship Week events
    • Bring your business idea to life
    • Organize a Global Entrepreneurship Week event

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