An entrepreneur is the one who undertakes innovations, introduces new things to transform innovations into economic goods. One of the most evident forms of entrepreneurship is that of a start-up which may extend to include social and political forms of entrepreneurial activity.


The entrepreneurial activities may substantially differ depending on the type of organization and functioning of the organisation. Entrepreneurship assists in creating new job opportunities which may range in scale from solo projects to major undertakings. The success as an entrepreneur is recognizing independence in order to leave perceived safety of traditional employment and deeply reflect your expectations and outputs. Entrepreneurial failure primarily occur due to lack of passion for the work involved and/or absence of quality, personal fit with the venture.

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