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About entrepreneurship

Mr. Dhammika Perera Most powerful and successful businessperson, Kulappuarachige Don Dhammika Perera’s story is very important to get to know as young entrepreneurs. Offering out into business at the age of nineteen without having an entrepreneurial family and starting with five hundred rupees in his pocket. Now, 51 years later he invested for several industries including white goods, power projects,…

Entrepreneurship education

Entrepreneurship means to start and develop business, and is ready to take risk for loss In order to make money. Entrepreneur is a risk taker who takes risks to invest his/her own money into business and bears different kind of social and economic risks. Education on entrepreneur plays a vital role in upbringing the student’s confidence. They are more into…

Entrepreneurship

The agreeableness (A) dimension was my lowest in this test only scoring 14 points. This low score shows I find it hard to understand other’s people point of view and I am not willing to compromise much. I tend to put my needs before others quite a lot. Lastly my neuroticism (N) dimension scoring was relatively medium at 54 points.…

Between poverty and entrepreneurship

In 2012, the Economic Impact of Poverty report for Pinellas County identified south St. Pete an area that occupies about one-third of the city, as one of five high-poverty zones in the county. The document also determined that urban poverty costs — including healthcare and housing — reached $2.3 billion a year. The majority of black women residing in the…

To what extent does entrepreneurship require a special talent?

When analysing whether entrepreneurial talent is required for entrepreneurship, one can examine whether this talent is innate, developed over time, or both. Schultz (1990) believes entrepreneurial talent is “based on innate and acquired abilities to deal with uncertainty and to benefit from disequilibria” (Ferrante, 2005, p.166), thus suggesting both. Lucas’ model assumes talent as innate, in addition to Schumpeter (1911),…

Entrepreneurship and leadership

Entrepreneurship and leadership Background Just as every car leads you to a beautiful distance, every professional entrepreneur has left the road of thorns behind. The journey is vast, and every entrepreneur has gone through the focus and the road of perfection. They all experience different obstacles. When they win in the same category, their characteristics are displayed, and this road…

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