From its risks and failures, being an entrepreneur isn’t without its complications. However, if successful, entrepreneurial activity can give us businesses and products that completely change the way we live.
But still the question remains:
- Can anyone be an entrepreneur?
In this collection you will learn about the significance of entrepreneurship within the economy and the research-led understanding of factors that affect the entrepreneurial process and small business management functions.
Corporate Entrepreneurship, Social Entrepreneurship and University Enterprises
Ethnic Minority, Family and Gender Entrepreneurship
The Opportunity Recognition Process
The Lean Start-Up and the Business Model
Resource Acquisition and resource Allocation
Entrepreneurial Marketing, Sales, Marketing and Brands
Finance, Crowd Funding and Venture Capital
Planning for Growth and Global Expansion
Disruptive Innovation and Frontiers in Entrepreneurship