ENTREPRENEUR REVOLUTION

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Entrepreneur Revolution

Author : Daniel Priestley
ISBN : 9780857084149
Genre : Business & Economics
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NOW IS THE AGE OF THE ENTREPRENEUR – DON’T GET LEFT BEHIND The world is embarking on a new age. The age of the entrepreneur, the agile small business owner, the flexible innovator. The days of the industrial age are over. It’s time to break free from the industrial revolution mind-set, quit working so hard, follow your dream and make a fortune along the way. The slow dinosaurs of the industrial age are being outpaced by fast-moving start-ups, ambitious small businesses and technological innovators. Entrepreneur Revolution is a master class in gaining an entrepreneurial mind-set, showing you how to change the way you think, the way you network, and the way you make a living. Successful entrepreneur Daniel Priestley will show you how to embrace the Entrepreneur Revolution and thrive in the new age. • From a successful entrepreneur who is reaping the rewards of the entrepreneurial age • How to shift your mind-set and think like an entrepreneur • Ways to adapt your lifestyle to be more successful
Category: Business & Economics

Women Entrepreneur Revolution Ready Set Launch

Author : Jenn Aubert
ISBN : 9781452594408
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 45.17 MB
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What can you learn from other successful women business owners and entrepreneurs? A lot more than you think. Don’t you wish you could find the equivalent of Glamour magazine’s “Dos and Don’ts” section on business? Most advice on small business and entrepreneurship focuses on the tactical and strategic aspects of starting a venture, often leaving the individual out of the equation. And yet, it’s the underlying personal foundation that is so critical to success. By gleaning insights from others and knowing the traits that successful businesswomen have in common, you will be firmly on the road to wild success. This book takes a fresh and creative look at how identifying and utilizing role models can greatly benefit your business and life. Through interviews and research, author Jenn Aubert has identified the juicy traits, motivations, and personal styles of empowered women entrepreneurs and has distilled it down to what it takes to be a savvy and successful businesswoman on your own terms. Part reference toolkit, guidepost, and friendly travel companion, this book will see you through the ups and downs of building your business and will serve as a constant reminder that if you can dream it, you can undoubtedly achieve it.
Category: Business & Economics

The Social Entrepreneur Revolution

Author : Martin Clark
ISBN : 1905736428
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 79.41 MB
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Change the world around you. Make some money. It's an appealing prospect for many people in this age of social conscience. For all the good that government, business, religious and other institutions do, there are many problems that fall between the cracks: health, environment, human rights, poverty, etc... and that's where social entrepreneurs come in. Social entrepreneurship has the potential to transform corporate practice and make a major contribution towards solving the world's ills and problems. This book describes how virtually anyone can become a social entrepreneur, whether you want to create change in your local community or the entire planet. There are already well-known role models - Jamie Oliver, Muhammad Yunus, Bill Gates - of who this book profiles. Such social entrepreneurs are already rewriting the recipe book, mixing social impact and profit. But as this book shows, you don't have to be a millionaire to make a difference.
Category: Business & Economics

The Mbe Mission Based Entrepreneur Revolution Developing Economic Engines That Drive Mission Based Movements

Author : Eric Bahme
ISBN : 0984217711
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 84.73 MB
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Discover how our ministry operates a for-profit hospitality business that engages 35,000+ people each year and helps sustain our non-profit ministry with over $2 million in annual revenue and learn how your church or non-profit can do this too!
Category: Business & Economics

Startup Rising

Author : Christopher M. Schroeder
ISBN : 9781137356710
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 58.67 MB
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Despite the world's elation at the Arab Spring, shockingly little has changed politically in the Middle East; even frontliners Egypt and Tunisia continue to suffer repression, fixed elections, and bombings, while Syria descends into civil war. But in the midst of it all, a quieter revolution has begun to emerge, one that might ultimately do more to change the face of the region: entrepreneurship. As a seasoned angel investor in emerging markets, Christopher M. Schroeder was curious but skeptical about the future of investing in the Arab world. Travelling to Dubai, Cairo, Amman, Beirut, Istanbul, and even Damascus, he saw thousands of talented, successful, and intrepid entrepreneurs, all willing to face cultural, legal, and societal impediments inherent to their worlds. Equally important, he saw major private equity firms, venture capitalists, and tech companies like Google, Intel, Cisco, Yahoo, LinkedIn, and PayPal making significant bets, despite the uncertainty in the region. With Startup Rising, he marries his own observations with the predictions of these tech giants to offer a surprising and timely look at the second stealth revolution in the Middle East-one that promises to reinvent it as a center of innovation and progress.
Category: Business & Economics

Entrepreneurship Theory Process And Practice

Author : Donald F. Kuratko
ISBN : 9780324590913
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 34.51 MB
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ENTREPRENEURSHIP: THEORY, PROCESS, AND PRACTICE, Eighth Edition, combines a practical, step-by-step approach with a theoretical foundation to form a basic framework for understanding the theory, process, and practice of entrepreneurship. Recognized for two decades as one of the leading books in the field, the aim of the text is to present the most current thinking in entrepreneurship as well as provide learners the opportunity to apply ideas and develop useful entrepreneurial skills. This edition has been updated to include current developments and issues in this explosive field. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Category: Business & Economics

The Biologist S Imagination

Author : William Hoffman
ISBN : 9780199361328
Genre : Science
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Scholars and policymakers alike agree that innovation in the biosciences is key to future growth. The field continues to shift and expand, and it is certainly changing the way people live their lives in a variety of ways. With a large share of federal research dollars devoted to the biosciences, the field is just beginning to live up to its billing as a source of innovation, economic productivity and growth. Vast untapped potential to imagine and innovate exists in the biosciences given new tools now widely available. In The Biologist's Imagination, William Hoffman and Leo Furcht examine the history of innovation in the biosciences, tracing technological innovation from the late eighteenth century to the present and placing special emphasis on how and where technology evolves. Place is often key to innovation, from the early industrial age to the rise of the biotechnology industry in the second half of the twentieth century. The book uses the distinct history of bioinnovation to discuss current trends as they relate to medicine, agriculture, energy, industry, ecosystems, and climate. Fast-moving research fields like genomics, synthetic biology, stem cell research, neuroscience, bioautomation and bioprinting are accelerating these trends. Hoffman and Furcht argue that our system of bioscience innovation is itself in need of innovation. It needs to adapt to the massive changes brought about by converging technologies and the globalization of higher education, workforce skills, and entrepreneurship. The Biologist's Imagination is both a review of past models for bioscience innovation and a forward-looking, original argument for what future models should take into account.
Category: Science

Asian Models Of Entrepreneurship

Author : Leo Paul Dana
ISBN : 9789812568786
Genre : Business & Economics
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In this landmark book, Leo-Paul Dana makes it clear that entrepreneurship is a global phenomenon, but much can be learned about the nature of entrepreneurial activity when we delve into the unique characteristics of different regions of the world. The profound differences both among and within the countries of Asia become vividly apparent in the pages of this book. Dana juxtaposes the explosion in entrepreneurial growth within China against the struggles to build an entrepreneurial community in Japan, or the enlightened public policy leadership in Singapore against the crisis-driven developments in Korea. The range of factors identified within each of the 15 countries examined by Dana are not random influences on the entrepreneurial process, they can be construed in more systematic and logical ways. Thus, the book uncovers the Chinese model of gradual transition, the Royal Cambodian model, the Doi-Moi model, and others. The reader is challenged to grasp these different models, and identify their commonalities and differences.
Category: Business & Economics

The Entrepreneur S Guide To Start Grow And Manage A Profitable Business

Author : Daniel R. Hogan, Jr., Ph.D.
ISBN : 145676523X
Genre : Business & Economics
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$$$ The Entrepreneur’s Guide To Start, Grow, and Manage a Profitable Business In his book The Right Stuff, Tom Wolfe describes what it took for the early test pilots to succeed: “A career in flying was like climbing one of those ancient Babylonian pyramids made up of a dizzy progression of steps and ledges; and the idea was to prove at every foot of the way that you were one of the elected and anointed ones who had the right stuff and could move higher and higher and even-ultimately, God willing, one day-that you might be able to join that special few at the very top, that elite who had the capacity to bring tears to men’s eyes, the very brotherhood of the right stuff itself.” Although success as an entrepreneur launching a new business does not include feeling superior or facing death, it does require that a person have a special set of qualities and skills with which to exercise good judgment, make wise decision, take calculated risk, and get along with and lead others. The $$$ The Entrepreneur’s Guide To Start, Grow, and Manage a Profitable Business provides what it takes, what is the right stuff for the successful entrepreneur. The most successful entrepreneurs are not necessarily those who work hardest or longest. Successful business owners are those who have a vision that can see beyond the bottom line, who have learned to manage their professional and personal lives. Making it with a new business venture requires all the traits of an entrepreneur as enumerated in $$$ The Entrepreneur’s Guide, as well as the knowledge, skills, and persistence to grow and withstand the stress, ambiguity, conflicting objectives, emotions, and chaos that comes with a new business effort. Achieving this balance is what $$$ The Entrepreneur’s Guide is about. It will help you steer a path to guide you with the right stuff to the top of the pyramid of business success.
Category: Business & Economics

Working Women Entrepreneurs And The Mexican Revolution

Author : Heather Fowler-Salamini
ISBN : 9780803246409
Genre : History
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In the 1890s, Spanish entrepreneurs spearheaded the emergence of Córdoba, Veracruz, as Mexico’s largest commercial center for coffee preparation and export to the Atlantic community. Seasonal women workers quickly became the major part of the agroindustry’s labor force. As they grew in numbers and influence in the first half of the twentieth century, these women shaped the workplace culture and contested gender norms through labor union activism and strong leadership. Their fight for workers’ rights was supported by the revolutionary state and negotiated within its industrial-labor institutions until they were replaced by machines in the 1960s. Heather Fowler-Salamini’s Working Women, Entrepreneurs, and the Mexican Revolution analyzes the interrelationships between the region’s immigrant entrepreneurs, workforce, labor movement, gender relations, and culture on the one hand, and social revolution, modernization, and the Atlantic community on the other between the 1890s and the 1960s. Using extensive archival research and oral-history interviews, Fowler-Salamini illustrates the ways in which the immigrant and women’s work cultures transformed Córdoba’s regional coffee economy and in turn influenced the development of the nation’s coffee agro-export industry and its labor force.
Category: History