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Entrepreneurship

Let all the entrepreneurs be as they are

Origin – Innovation

Entrepreneurial activity, or entrepreneurship, began to attract the attention of economists in the eighteenth century. The development of the process of scientific understanding of entrepreneurship took place in several stages.

Josef Schumpeter‘s theory of entrepreneurship (1934) seems to be the most suitable, according to which entrepreneurial activity is the ability to promote innovation on the market through risky business, which is a constant source of competitive economic restructuring and economic growth.

In contrast to the invention, innovation means not only and not so much the original idea of a new product or process, as the transformation of the idea into an innovation suitable for commercial implementation. 

The driving force of the entrepreneur are his needs, interests and incentives.

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3 Things Every Entrepreneur Should Do Before 2016 Comes To A Close

Chris Myers

Now that Christmas is over, we find ourselves in the strange no-man’s-land that exists between the excitement of the Holidays and the start of the new year.

Offices are closed, clients are on vacation, and entrepreneurs are often faced with the strange and frightening prospect of free time.

If you’re like me, you might find adjusting to this excess of free time a little frustrating. After all, any disruption to a well-established routine can cause heartburn for Type-A personalities.

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