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Entrepreneurship1

  1. 1. Entrepreneurships Among Youth
  2. 2. Overview Introduction Ways to target Why it is of great importance Reference
  3. 3. Introduction :Entrepreneurial spirithas long been valuedas a nationseconomic propeller.Every single field ofstudy needsentrepreneurs.
  4. 4. Three Basic Elements Innovation Creative insights Self- motivation
  5. 5. Current Situation
  6. 6. Corporate Entrepreneurship
  7. 7. Revolution• Parental coaching• Schooling• Government support
  8. 8. Youth Entrepreneurships Effects on Global Economy• Adding a competitive edge on market• Seting a foot on new fields• Promoting inter-communication among nations• Encouraging poverty-stricken areas• Leveraging economical imbalance• Advocating Eco- entrepreneurships
  9. 9. Sectors of Entrepreneurships in society: Public/ Government,Private Businesses , Voluntary/ Non-profit Organizations.
  10. 10. Social Entrepreneurship• Social entrepreneurship is an alternative to mainstream capitalism that offers solutions to problems that governments and profit driven businesses have failed to address. Social entrepreneurs fulfill unmet social needs by giving greater importance to their social mission than profit-maximization. According to Nagler (2009), social entrepreneurship creates both social and economic values. These values include job/employment creation, innovation (new goods and services), social capital and equity promotion.
  11. 11. Innovation and Entrepreneurship Equation• Innovation =idea+leader+team+plan• Invention * Entrepreneurship/Customer Value=Innovation (Notice: Innovation AKA intrapreneurial leader)
  12. 12. Apple Law+ =Change Image
  13. 13. Reference List A. "Social Entrepreneurship".Nagler (2009), social entrepreneurship creates both social and economic values. These values include job/employment creation, innovation (new goods and services), social capital and equity promotion. Retrieved from http://richardjamessharp.wordpress.com/2010/10/28/leadership-innovation-and-entrepreneurship-what-leadership-capabilities-are-necessary-to- support-innovation-and-entrepreneurship-2/ B. http://www.yesorganisation.org/YES is affirmative, YES is positive. YES Foundation seeks to help the youth develop the“Can Do Attitude” and say yes to success. C. Yes helps to develop a positive attitude to life. YES amplifies the positive energy of the youth and seeks to help channel it for their individual success and for the development of our country.YES will help the youth develop into a new breed of well rounded successful leaders comparable to the world’s best. Think YES! Say YES! Dream YES!YES Foundation is about creating a world of possibilities for the youth .Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQinaQ6zj-YD. Retrived from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wa2c0YXR54s&feature=relmfu
  14. 14. Thanks for your attention! --By Flora

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