Entrepreneur

Entrepreneurship is the process of creating, launching and running a new business which is often a small business in the beginning and those who make these businesses are called entrepreneurs.

Entrepreneurship has been described as "the ability and ability to develop, organize and manage business ventures with any risk to profit." Although the definition of entrepreneurship usually focuses on launching and running businesses due to high risks involved in starting the initials, however, lack of financing "poor business decisions, economic crisis, lack of market demand - or The combination of all of these.

In the 2000s, the definition of entrepreneurship was explained in detail in how some individuals (or teams) identify opportunities, consider them to be feasible, and then decide to take advantage of them, while others do not And in return, entrepreneurs have used it, opportunities to develop new products or services, to launch new companies or new industries and to make money.  The entrepreneurial process is fundamentally uncertain because the opportunities in profits can not be discovered or identified before their realization.What really looks like as a past opportunity that can be really a non-opportunity or something that can not be lacking by the entrepreneurs of business skills, financial or social capital.


Entrepreneurs like to see new business opportunities and they often display a positive bias in their assumption ( like. prejudice to get new possibilities and prejudice to meet market needs) and the tendency to take risks, There is more chance of taking advantage of the opportunity. An entrepreneur may be under the control of a commercial venture, which is directing the factors of production - human, financial and physical resources - which are necessary to take advantage of business opportunities.

·         Ethnic entrepreneur

·         Institutional entrepreneur

·         Cultural entrepreneur

·         Feminist entrepreneur

 

“Ethnic entrepreneurship” means self-employment, business owners, who belong to ethnic or ethnic minority groups in the United States and Europe. A long tradition of academic research explores the experiences and strategies of ethnic entrepreneurs because they try to integrate into the mainstream American or European society financially. In classic cases, large American cities include Jewish traders and traders on the west coast in the 19th and 20th centuries as well as Chinese and Japanese small business owners restaurants, farmers, shop clerks

 

In the decade of 2010, in the case of Cuban business owners in Miami, American entrepreneurs have studied ethnic entrepreneurship in the case of American business owners and Chinese business owners of Chinese businesses across the United States. While entrepreneurship these groups provide many opportunities for economic advancement, self-employment and business ownership in the United States, they are distributed unequally with racial / ethnic lines. Despite many success stories from Asian entrepreneurs, the US A recent statistical analysis of the census data shows that in comparison to Asian, African-American and Latino, white people have a high reputation, attractive prospects in self-employment.

 “Institutional entrepreneur” American-born British economist Edith Penrose has highlighted the collective nature of entrepreneurship. He mentioned that in modern organizations, human resources should be linked to better capturing and creating business opportunities. Sociologist Paul Dimgio (1914: 14) has said to expand this viewpoint: "The creation of new institutions occurs when organized artists with sufficient resources [institutional entrepreneurs] realize the interests of them They get a chance which they are extremely valuable. " Thoughts have been widely applied


“Cultural entrepreneurship” According to Christopher Rei and Nikolai Volland, cultural entrepreneurship is the practice of "personal and collective agency related to mobility among cultural businesses and cultural production methods". In his book The Business of Culture (2015), Rie and Woland identify three types of cultural entrepreneurs: "cultural personality", which is "cultural rights as individuals who develop their own personal brand creativity And it has been taken advantage of to create and maintain various cultural enterprises "; Defined as "entrepreneur", entrepreneurs who maintain adequate coordination between cultural, cultural, political, and altruistic interests in the field; And "collective enterprises", organizations that can engage in cultural production for profit or non-profit purposes

 “Feminist entrepreneur” A feminist entrepreneur is a person who applies feminist values ​​and attitudes through entrepreneurship, in which the quality of life and welfare of girls and women are the goals of improvement. Many people are doing this by "doing this" by "women's enterprises". On the basis of sympathy, equality and mutual respect, feminist entrepreneurs are motivated to enter business markets with a desire to make money and social change.

 Strategies Of Entrepreneur


  • Innovation of new products, services or processes
  • Continuous process improvement (CPI)
  • Exploration
  • Use of technology
  • Use of business intelligence
  • Use of economical strategics
  • Development of future products and services
  • Optimized talent management





Communication


Entrepreneurs need to be effective communication to be able to develop and launch a venture within your firm and external partners and investors and survival. Is an entrepreneur need a communications system that can connect employees of his firm combines the firm from external companies and customers entrepreneurs should be charismatic leaders, so that they can communicate a vision effectively to your team Can help build a strong team. Communicating the followers with one vision can be the most important task of the transformative leader.  Compelling vision provides a sense of purpose to the employees and encourages commitment. According to Balm et al.  And Causes and Posner, Vision should be communicated through written statements and through personal communication. Entrepreneurial leaders must clearly listen and listen to their views clearly to other people. 

Communication is important in entrepreneurial role because it enables leaders to explain potential vendors, partners and employees about the viability of an enterprise. Entrepreneurs need to communicate effectively to shareholders.  unique elements in speech such as voice tone, the sender's eyes, body language, hand gesture and emotion of the situation even more important communication tool. Communication accommodation theory indicates that during communication, people will try to adjust or adjust their method of speaking to others. Face negotiation theory states that people from different cultures manage to negotiate conflict to maintain "face" The Fast and the poor performance of Hugh rank" communication model logic can be used by those entrepreneurs who are developing a new product or service that ranks entrepreneurs in accelerating the benefits of your new product or service Should be able to persuade others to support their enterprise and reduce the losses.

Entrepreneur

Entrepreneur

Entrepreneurship is the process of creating, launching and running a new business which is often a small business in the beginning and those who make these businesses are called entrepreneurs.

Entrepreneurship has been described as "the ability and ability to develop, organize and manage business ventures with any risk to profit." Although the definition of entrepreneurship usually focuses on launching and running businesses due to high risks involved in starting the initials, however, lack of financing "poor business decisions, economic crisis, lack of market demand - or The combination of all of these.

In the 2000s, the definition of entrepreneurship was explained in detail in how some individuals (or teams) identify opportunities, consider them to be feasible, and then decide to take advantage of them, while others do not And in return, entrepreneurs have used it, opportunities to develop new products or services, to launch new companies or new industries and to make money.  The entrepreneurial process is fundamentally uncertain because the opportunities in profits can not be discovered or identified before their realization.What really looks like as a past opportunity that can be really a non-opportunity or something that can not be lacking by the entrepreneurs of business skills, financial or social capital.


Entrepreneurs like to see new business opportunities and they often display a positive bias in their assumption ( like. prejudice to get new possibilities and prejudice to meet market needs) and the tendency to take risks, There is more chance of taking advantage of the opportunity. An entrepreneur may be under the control of a commercial venture, which is directing the factors of production - human, financial and physical resources - which are necessary to take advantage of business opportunities.

·         Ethnic entrepreneur

·         Institutional entrepreneur

·         Cultural entrepreneur

·         Feminist entrepreneur

 

“Ethnic entrepreneurship” means self-employment, business owners, who belong to ethnic or ethnic minority groups in the United States and Europe. A long tradition of academic research explores the experiences and strategies of ethnic entrepreneurs because they try to integrate into the mainstream American or European society financially. In classic cases, large American cities include Jewish traders and traders on the west coast in the 19th and 20th centuries as well as Chinese and Japanese small business owners restaurants, farmers, shop clerks

 

In the decade of 2010, in the case of Cuban business owners in Miami, American entrepreneurs have studied ethnic entrepreneurship in the case of American business owners and Chinese business owners of Chinese businesses across the United States. While entrepreneurship these groups provide many opportunities for economic advancement, self-employment and business ownership in the United States, they are distributed unequally with racial / ethnic lines. Despite many success stories from Asian entrepreneurs, the US A recent statistical analysis of the census data shows that in comparison to Asian, African-American and Latino, white people have a high reputation, attractive prospects in self-employment.

 “Institutional entrepreneur” American-born British economist Edith Penrose has highlighted the collective nature of entrepreneurship. He mentioned that in modern organizations, human resources should be linked to better capturing and creating business opportunities. Sociologist Paul Dimgio (1914: 14) has said to expand this viewpoint: "The creation of new institutions occurs when organized artists with sufficient resources [institutional entrepreneurs] realize the interests of them They get a chance which they are extremely valuable. " Thoughts have been widely applied


“Cultural entrepreneurship” According to Christopher Rei and Nikolai Volland, cultural entrepreneurship is the practice of "personal and collective agency related to mobility among cultural businesses and cultural production methods". In his book The Business of Culture (2015), Rie and Woland identify three types of cultural entrepreneurs: "cultural personality", which is "cultural rights as individuals who develop their own personal brand creativity And it has been taken advantage of to create and maintain various cultural enterprises "; Defined as "entrepreneur", entrepreneurs who maintain adequate coordination between cultural, cultural, political, and altruistic interests in the field; And "collective enterprises", organizations that can engage in cultural production for profit or non-profit purposes

 “Feminist entrepreneur” A feminist entrepreneur is a person who applies feminist values ​​and attitudes through entrepreneurship, in which the quality of life and welfare of girls and women are the goals of improvement. Many people are doing this by "doing this" by "women's enterprises". On the basis of sympathy, equality and mutual respect, feminist entrepreneurs are motivated to enter business markets with a desire to make money and social change.

 Strategies Of Entrepreneur


  • Innovation of new products, services or processes
  • Continuous process improvement (CPI)
  • Exploration
  • Use of technology
  • Use of business intelligence
  • Use of economical strategics
  • Development of future products and services
  • Optimized talent management





Communication


Entrepreneurs need to be effective communication to be able to develop and launch a venture within your firm and external partners and investors and survival. Is an entrepreneur need a communications system that can connect employees of his firm combines the firm from external companies and customers entrepreneurs should be charismatic leaders, so that they can communicate a vision effectively to your team Can help build a strong team. Communicating the followers with one vision can be the most important task of the transformative leader.  Compelling vision provides a sense of purpose to the employees and encourages commitment. According to Balm et al.  And Causes and Posner, Vision should be communicated through written statements and through personal communication. Entrepreneurial leaders must clearly listen and listen to their views clearly to other people. 

Communication is important in entrepreneurial role because it enables leaders to explain potential vendors, partners and employees about the viability of an enterprise. Entrepreneurs need to communicate effectively to shareholders.  unique elements in speech such as voice tone, the sender's eyes, body language, hand gesture and emotion of the situation even more important communication tool. Communication accommodation theory indicates that during communication, people will try to adjust or adjust their method of speaking to others. Face negotiation theory states that people from different cultures manage to negotiate conflict to maintain "face" The Fast and the poor performance of Hugh rank" communication model logic can be used by those entrepreneurs who are developing a new product or service that ranks entrepreneurs in accelerating the benefits of your new product or service Should be able to persuade others to support their enterprise and reduce the losses.

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