IntroductionEconomists and business people differ in their definitions of entrepreneurship. Most, however, agree that entrepreneurship is vital for stimulating economic growth and employment opportunities in all societies. This is particularly true in the developing world, where successful small businesses are the primary engines of job creation and poverty reduction.
This page introduces what eventually will be a series of 19 one-page primers on the fundamentals of entrepreneurship. It discusses the essentials for building and running a business from the planning stages to marketing a product.
The line up of this series is the following:
- What Is Entrepreneurship?
- What Makes Someone an Entrepreneur?
- Why Become an Entrepreneur?
- Decisions and Downfalls (Coming soon...)
- Go It Alone or Team Up? (Coming soon...)
- Choosing a Product and a Market (Coming soon...)
- Entry Strategies for New Ventures (Coming soon...)
- Marketing Is Selling (Coming soon...)
- The Entrepreneur and the Internet (Coming soon...)
- Selling Online (Coming soon...)
- Choosing a Form of Business (Coming soon...)
- Creating a Business Plan (Coming soon...)
- The Entrepreneur's Need for Capital (Coming soon...)
- Sources of Financing (Coming soon...)
- Intellectual Property: A Valuable Business Asset (Coming soon...)
- The Strengths of Small Business (Coming soon...)
- Entrepreneurship Aids the Economy (Coming soon...)
- The Importance of Government Policies (Coming soon...)
- Resources for Aspiring and Existing Entrepreneurs (Coming soon...)
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