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Promoting Entrepreneurship And Self-Employment

November 5, 2011
By Daniel McLaughlin , The Post-Journal

The essence of entrepreneurship is taking initiative to do some activity that is valuable to others, taking risks to earn a profit. Entrepreneurship can happen in larger organizations when employees are free to be creative and take risks, but the typical entrepreneur is the small business owner who sees a problem and finds a way to solve it, a solution for which people are willing to pay. Entrepreneurs can be self-employed with no employees and little overhead.

 
 

 

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