Entrepreneurship - A Tipping Point

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Palestra dada na Semana do Empreendedor com uma visão pessoal sobre empreendedorismo e em Inglês.

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Entrepreneurship - A Tipping Point

  1. 1. Entrepreneurship A tipping point!
  2. 2. Entreprewhat? Entrepreneur /ˌɒn.trə.prəˌnɜˌr//ˌɑˌn.trə.prəˌnɝˌ/ [C] n. A person who organizes, operates, and assumes the risk for a business venture. Origin: 1875-80; French: literally, one who undertakes (some task),equivalent to entrepren ( dre ) to undertake (< Latin inter- inter- +prendere to take, variant of prehendere ) + -eur -eur.
  3. 3. Entreprewhat?
  4. 4. Entreprewho?
  5. 5. Getting closer “To be an entrepreneur is to seek professional achievement, either as a business person, an employee, self-employed or in a NGO.” Celso Fernandes – Partner at Zertico “It's cliché, but entrepreneurship is about making dreams come true. It's about turning ideas into projects and businesses. And this process always involves some kind of innovation and risk. Leandro Mesquita de Morais – Partner at O Entregador “Everyone says that people have to think outside the BOX. Well, I don’t! For me, you have to get your own BOX. A BOX full of experiences and things you deeply like, and explore it.” Bruno Biscaia de Góes – Business Development at Dinheirama
  6. 6. INTRODUCING MYSELF How did I become an Entrepreneur?
  7. 7. Introducing myself 5 years old Wannabe: Astronaut 10 years old Wannabe: Journalist 20 to 26 years old Wannahave: A passion
  8. 8. A tipping point? [Physics] : the point at which an object is displaced from a state of stable equilibrium into a new, different state.
  9. 9. A tipping point? “So hard, and yet so addictive.” A point of no return!
  10. 10. Introducing myself 2011 2012
  11. 11. GEM 2010 The Brazilian Profile
  12. 12. GEM 2010 – Brazil 21,1 million entrepreneurs 10,7 million 10,4 million 56,9% before the age of 35
  13. 13. GEM 2010 – Brazil 61% Cultural and social norms 58% Economic environment 56% Financial support 69% Government policies 50% Education and training
  14. 14. Acceptance of Failure “Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new.” Albert Einstein
  15. 15. How important is it? Innovation Job creation Economic/Social Development
  16. 16. Hmm?! Okay... But what about me here?
  17. 17. SEBRAE 1. Courses, traini ng, events 2. Consultancy 3. Online Library 4. Financial support5. Market know-how
  18. 18. UNIFEI Special Projects
  19. 19. GET INSPIRED AND... GO FOR IT!
  20. 20. The Bootstrapper “Surviving is succeeding, and each day that goes by makes it easier still for me to reach my goals.” The Bootstrapper’s Manifesto - Seth Godin
  21. 21. Final clichés “No pain, no gain!” “The only place where money comes before success is in the dictionary.” “No man is an island.”
  22. 22. Questions ? ? ?? ?
  23. 23. For further discussions www.facebook.com/l eandroccosta leandrocosta@insyn ergy.com.br Leandro Costa Keep in touch!

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