Entrepreneurship

Indian vs western entrepreneurs: Why businesses should look at exponential growth rather than incremental growth

Entrepreneurship has a remarkable characteristic of absorbing the culture it flourishes in. Dr Vivek Bindra Entrepreneurship is the buzzword. Though funding has seen a downward trend in India, it is still in a better shape as compared to the global landscape. Entrepreneurship has a remarkable characteristic of absorbing the culture it flourishes in. An entrepreneur in India, China, Brazil, the ...

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Business incubator to open this month in Lamar-Dixon Expo Center near Gonzales | Ascension

GONZALES — A new business incubator with space for seven entrepreneurs will open in October at the Lamar-Dixon Expo Center. Those hoping to make make their business dreams come true will get one-on-one and group entrepreneurship training — on how to run a business successfully — along with access to office resources like wireless internet capabilities and a printer. “They’ll run their ...

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ATU Alumna to Speak on Entrepreneurship

The Arkansas Tech University Norman Lecture Series will present Jennifer Keaton-Madewell on Thursday, Oct. 5. Keaton-Madewell will speak on the topic of entrepreneurship from 7-8 p.m. in Ross Pendergraft Library and Technology Center room 300. Admission will be free and open to the public. A 1997 graduate of Arkansas Tech with a Bachelor of Science degree in hospitality administration, Keaton-Madewell ...

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Presidential adviser’s call: Bring back PPP

THE government should strengthen its relationship with the country’s private sector, starting with bringing back Public-Private Partnership (PPP) in the implementation of big-ticket infrastructure projects. This was the call made by Jose Ma. “Joey” Concepcion III, presidential adviser for entrepreneurship, during the 26th Visayas Area Business Conference (VABC) in Cebu City last Friday. “We have to build the airports, bridges, ...

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Like ADB, adviser sees need for PPP to hit infra targets

IF THE Duterte administration wants to see all the planned infrastructure projects built during its six-year term, it should use the Public–Private Partnership (PPP) mechanism to speed up construction and better manage these projects, an adviser said. “We need to bring back PPP,” said Presidential Adviser for Entrepreneurship Joey Concepcion during this talk in the Visayas Area Business Conference in ...

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Student bosses: Getting an early start in business

SINGAPORE: These days, starting a business while still in school is not such an unattainable goal. Most tertiary institutes in Singapore have their own Innovation and Enterprise Offices (IEOs) to support students who want to get started early. These IEOs provide training and immersion programmes such as hackathons to foster entrepreneurial intent. The Enterprise Development Centre (EDC) is one such ...

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Jason Paulsgrove doubles as a police officer, owner of Midwest Uniform Supply – News – The Register-Mail

Robyn Gautschy The Register-Mail About this story: Galesburg has a small, but growing, community of young entrepreneurs. From restaurant to retail to the service industry, these business owners are bringing a fresh outlook and new ideas to the business scene. In the next several months, we’ll profile a different business owner each week in our Sunday business section. ...

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UND entrepreneur programs face time of transition

Bruce Gjovig, who founded the center and served as its longtime CEO, was pushed into retirement in the spring. Tim O’Keefe, former chair and executive director of the school, left the university last summer through a voluntary separation agreement. Early plans to replace the two envisioned their positions being combined into one executive post to oversee the bulk of UND’s ...

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Wales needs to up its game on entrepreneurship or risk falling further behind says business start-up expert

Wales needs to up its game in terms of nascent entrepreneurship and levels of growth capital raised, says the founder of one of Wales’ leading locations for start-up firms. Speaking at the first meeting in a new season of Cardiff Breakfast Club , Gareth Jones, of Caerphilly-based Welsh ICE (Innovation Centre for Enterprise), said that more people in Wales needed ...

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Entrepreneurs encourage UW students to ‘go for it’ | Madison Wisconsin Business News

Dreaming big can pay off — if you are passionate and persistent. That was the message from four University of Wisconsin alumni who told their stories to several hundred students Thursday night at the Wisconsin Entrepreneurship Showcase at Gordon Commons. Alex Kubicek, co-founder and CEO of Understory, said he was told over and over that his idea for a network ...

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