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What Is an Entrepreneur? [INFOGRAPHIC]

The basics of being an entrepreneur are applicable to everyone. You create an idea, a product, or a method in order to gain money. Beyond that it gets a little trickier. The reasons for being an entrepreneur are as varied as the individual. Statistics related to entrepreneurs are readily available. They show insight into how the field of entrepreneurship is ...

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Working from Home – Is It for You? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Recent years have seen a vast increase in the proportion of people working from home. Here, we take a look at the benefits and whether it is a suitable option for you. Check out the infographic below for more information.   This infographic is courtesy of NeedaOffice.

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Everything You Need to Know about Doing Business with Cuba

While the United States’ embargo with Cuba prevents many U.S. companies from doing business directly with Cuban officials or from carrying out major building projects, Cuba still represents an exciting business opportunity for many global companies. The relaxed embargo presents an opportunity for businesses in construction, telecommunications, and agriculture to export their goods to Cuba, and in coming years, the ...

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29 Business Lessons from the Entrepreneur’s Bookshelf

You’ve heard you are what you eat, well we believe that you are what you read. Teach a CEO presents lessons from our bookshelf on how you can improve and grow your venture. We have taken nuggets from our library and provide them for entrepreneurs and business owners. Just outside of the comfort zone sits the learning zone. You’ll want to recognize ...

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26 Business Tips from The Entrepreneur’s Bookshelf to Support Your Business

You’ve heard you are what you eat, well we believe that you are what you read. We receive hundreds of books to read to help out entrepreneurs and business owners but more than just offering a chance to hear about a book we believe we want you to walk away with some wisdom just like we did from reading these ...

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Can You Learn to be an Entrepreneur? [ANSWERS]

Entrepreneurship is more than a popular buzzword. It is a way of life. There has been an ongoing argument about whether entrepreneurs are born or made so we asked entrepreneurs and business owners if someone can learn to be an entrepreneur. Below you will find responses from a community of entrepreneurs and business owners. You Can’t Teach Risk Taking Many ...

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The University Entrepreneurship [INFOGRAPHIC]

A recently published report from the AccountingDegree.com reveals which universities graduate the most entrepreneurs and how much funding these alumni get from investors and venture capitalists. Brought to you by: AccountingDegree.com

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Vocabulary for Entrepreneurs: Chief Executive Office (CEO)

From start-ups to small business, entrepreneurs start their ventures with the hopes of one day becoming the Chief Executive Officer or CEO. At CEO Blog Nation, the CEO is synonymous with entrepreneur and handles high as well a lower level tasks hence the I am CEO campaign. According to Investopedia: The highest ranking executive in a company whose main responsibilities include developing ...

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Celebrate Entrepreneurs During Hispanic Heritage Month

September 15th to October 15th is Hispanic Heritage Month. As a thank you for the entrepreneurial contributions and innovations in the Hispanic community, Teach a CEO and CEO Blog Nation would like to provide some statistics related to the Hispanic community:   According to the U.S. Census, Hispanic-owned businesses are growing at double the national rate. (HispanicPR Blog) Growing at ...

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“Turning Entre, Intra”: Developing entrepreneurship within the enterprise

“Virgin could never have grown into the group of more than 200 companies it is now, were it not for a steady stream of intra-preneurs who looked for and developed opportunities, often leading efforts that went against the grain.” – Richard Branson Intra vs. Entre Entrepreneurial businesses grow regardless of how the economic landscape looks because they are clearly differentiated, ...

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