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  • 1. Entrepreneur
  • 2. Bases of Entrepreneurship
    All you need is one great idea?
    Most people start entrepreneurship because they saw a need in the market that has not been meet.
  • 3. What is a entrepreneur?
  • 4. entrepreneurship Is all around us !
    Think about the things you use on a
    regular basis.
  • 5. 1899
    Everything that could be invented already has.
    what we would be missing if that were true!
    Radio,TV,Common household appliances, Computers, Internet, Cell phones and much much more!
  • 6. Sam Walton – Wal-Mart
    Bill gates
    Walt Disney- an empire
    Richard Branson
    Michael Jackson
    Examples
  • 7. You Can Start Being an Entrepreneur at any Age
  • 8. Top 10 myths about entrepreneurship
    It takes a lot of money to finance a new business.
    Venture capitalists are a good place to go for start-up money.
    Most business angels are rich.
    Start-ups can’t be financed with debt.
    Banks don’t lend money to start-ups.
    Most entrepreneurs start businesses in attractive industries.
    The growth of a start-up depends more on an entrepreneur’s talent than on the business he chooses.
    Most entrepreneurs are successful financially.
    Many start-ups achieve the sales growth projections that equity investors are looking for.
    Starting a business is easy.
  • 9. Fun facts
    The average age of entrepreneurs starting their business is 40
    The biggest obstacle for starting entrepreneurs is initiating contact with investors
    95.1 percent of respondents themselves had earned bachelor’s degrees, and 47 percent had more advanced degrees.
    Entrepreneurs are usually better educated than their parents.
    Entrepreneurship doesn’t always run in the family. More than half (51.9 percent) of respondents were the first in their families to launch a business

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