- n. The spirit or state of acting in an entrepreneurial manner.
“In fact, interfering with "entrepreneurialism," even if by objecting to racist products is, according to Lawson, downright un-American.”
“Such attitudes are toxic to any kind of entrepreneurialism, and probably the reason why few good brains go into the public sector and too few young people, raised in such a culture, start their own businesses.”
“One participant in this conversation remarked, evidently admiringly, on the former student's "entrepreneurialism" and success in using the stamps to "score twice" or "double-dip.”
“Ultimately, those in favor of entrepreneurialism and its capitalistic payoffs should also be in favor of the requests of the Occupiers--we all want to build something new.”
“We've had a rough spot and we have a deficit problem, but it is still the harbor of entrepreneurialism and innovation.”
“Cyrus Vance Before a recent business trip to Israel, someone handed me a copy of "Start-Up Nation: The Story of Israel's Economic Miracle," a book by Dan Senor and Saul Singer about Israel's culture of innovation and entrepreneurialism.”
“But spend an afternoon in one of these places and you'll find something else that may surprise you--these slums are also hotbeds of entrepreneurialism and innovation.”
“Mr. Kempe said the award recipients "displayed a sense of entrepreneurialism and innovation in tackling some of the greatest challenges to the 21st century.”
“Both host speakers and events related to entrepreneurialism.”
“But some critics--especially those in the academy--continue to suffer from a "static snapshot" mentality and fail to appreciate this dynamic process of market experimentation and entrepreneurialism.”
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A list of words that are odd or words that I have looked up.
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