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Entrepreneurship
 It is a vital activity to bring about changes in the economy and
society not only in a country but also...
 It affects all aspects of political-legal, sociocultural, technological,
economic and demographical environment of life ...
How Entrepreneurship is an Innovation Process
 Entrepreneurship is an innovation process.
 It foresees the potentially p...
Factor innovation- Increase in supply or productivity of factors.
• Financial- Procurement of capital from a new source
•...
Types of Entrepreneurship
Administrative Entrepreneurship
 It is centered around administrative techniques and functions.
 It gives a new option t...
Opportunistic entrepreneurship
 It is the best exhibit of the characteristic of this category of
entrepreneurship.
 Envi...
Acquisitive entrepreneurship
 The entrepreneurship that learns from other competencies is
acquisitive entrepreneurship.
...
Incubative entrepreneurship
 It generates and nurses new ideas and ventures within the
organization.
 It executes them i...
Imitative entrepreneurship
 It imitates a good or service operating in
the market under a franchise agreement.
 It is th...
Private Entrepreneurship
 It is initiated under private sector is private entrepreneurship.
 The government gives variou...
Public entrepreneurship
 It is undertaken by the government through its various
development agencies is public entreprene...
Individual entrepreneurship
 It is undertaken by an individual or a family with personal
initiative is individual entrepr...
Mass Entrepreneurship
 This type of entrepreneurship emerges in an economy where a
favorable climate of motivation and en...
Type of risk for a entrepreneur
 Abandoning the steady pay check; Process of saying goodbye to
your current job, and in s...
 Betting on a crucial deadline; They are forced to make multiple goals
contingent on a handful of deadlines, and those de...
Essential Entrepreneurial Traits
 Successful Risk Manager: Risk isn't always about money. Successful
entrepreneurs often ...
 Is Able to Improvise: Every great plan runs into Murphy's Law, roadblocks and
unforeseen opportunities. The great entrep...
Thank you
For more…. Mail to aglaiaconnect2018@gmail.com
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Entrepreneurship

  1. 1. Presented by Aglaia
  2. 2. Entrepreneurship  It is a vital activity to bring about changes in the economy and society not only in a country but also of those in the world.  It causes initiation of all types of human activities in the society.  It is the process of creating something new with value by devoting the necessary time and effort, assuming the accompanying financial, psychic and social risks and receiving the resulting rewards of monetary and personal satisfaction and independence.”  Even though it is a risk hearing activity, It gives financial rewards ,freedom and personal satisfaction .
  3. 3.  It affects all aspects of political-legal, sociocultural, technological, economic and demographical environment of life and society. Entrepreneurship is the pioneering force that connects the world societies with its activity of exchange from the early period of our human history.  It is a basic strength of the business organizations too. The provocation of change toward future business prosperity is the result of the entrepreneurial zeal of the people. Therefore entrepreneurship is a basic discipline to learn for the student of business.
  4. 4. How Entrepreneurship is an Innovation Process  Entrepreneurship is an innovation process.  It foresees the potentially profitable opportunity and tries to exploit it in a new and better way.  Wilken (1979) summaries a list of innovative activities entrepreneurship does. They are; Initial expansion- Original production of goods. Subsequent expansion- Subsequent change in the number of goods produced.
  5. 5. Factor innovation- Increase in supply or productivity of factors. • Financial- Procurement of capital from a new source • Labor- Procurement of labor from a new source • Material- Procurement of old material from a new source Production innovations- Changes in the production process. • Technological- Use of new production technique • Organizational- Change of form or structure Market innovations- Changes in the size or composition of the market a Product. • Production of new goods • Market- Discovery of a new marker.
  6. 6. Types of Entrepreneurship
  7. 7. Administrative Entrepreneurship  It is centered around administrative techniques and functions.  It gives a new option to handle prevailing or future situations in a more effective way that provides advantages and competitive edge.  The old age pension scheme is such administrative entrepreneurship of the government of Bangladesh.
  8. 8. Opportunistic entrepreneurship  It is the best exhibit of the characteristic of this category of entrepreneurship.  Environmental changes always offer new opportunities. But everybody is not equally capable of identifying and to utilize that opportunity on time.  The entrepreneurship that identifies, exploits and executes the opportunity in the first hand regarded as opportunistic entrepreneurship.
  9. 9. Acquisitive entrepreneurship  The entrepreneurship that learns from other competencies is acquisitive entrepreneurship.  It acquires something new of value front, the competitive environment or achieves the competitors’ technical capacities.  It keeps entrepreneurship sustainable in a competitive environment.  The failure never restraints them from acquisition but motivates them further to discover such a thing with a new visitor.
  10. 10. Incubative entrepreneurship  It generates and nurses new ideas and ventures within the organization.  It executes them in a productive manner and ensures material gain for the organization.  They pursue and help to get differentiated technologies to promote creations and innovations Microsoft, Nokia, etc. always incubates new varieties types of product and creates product differentiation in the market.
  11. 11. Imitative entrepreneurship  It imitates a good or service operating in the market under a franchise agreement.  It is the medium that spread technology over the world.  It adopts an existing technology in countries over the world.  It also adopts an existing technology with minor modification appropriate to the local condition.
  12. 12. Private Entrepreneurship  It is initiated under private sector is private entrepreneurship.  The government gives various support services through private and public concerns that encourage private initiative in taking entrepreneurial ventures.  A layer and mutual relationship between private and public sectors would make economic development speedy and balanced.
  13. 13. Public entrepreneurship  It is undertaken by the government through its various development agencies is public entrepreneurship.  All countries, developed or underdeveloped, take a public initiative in venture ideas to fulfill the initial deficiency of private entrepreneurs.
  14. 14. Individual entrepreneurship  It is undertaken by an individual or a family with personal initiative is individual entrepreneurship.
  15. 15. Mass Entrepreneurship  This type of entrepreneurship emerges in an economy where a favorable climate of motivation and encouragement exist for developing a wide range of entrepreneurship among general mass is mass entrepreneurship.  It increases small and medium enterprises in a country.
  16. 16. Type of risk for a entrepreneur  Abandoning the steady pay check; Process of saying goodbye to your current job, and in some cases, your career.  Relying on cash flow; There will be struggle with the day-to-day necessities if your revenue doesn’t match or exceed your costs in a timely manner.  Estimating popular interest; It is difficult to estimate popular interest in your business with perfect accuracy.  Trusting a key employee; They have to put an overwhelming amount of trust in employees, especially if they have special skills that are hard to find.
  17. 17.  Betting on a crucial deadline; They are forced to make multiple goals contingent on a handful of deadlines, and those deadlines become absolutely critical  Sacrificing personal capital; Some entrepreneurs are able to start their ventures relying solely on external funding like investor contributions, government grants and loans, and results from crowd funding campaigns.
  18. 18. Essential Entrepreneurial Traits  Successful Risk Manager: Risk isn't always about money. Successful entrepreneurs often devote 110 percent of their selves and their resources, time and money included.  Is Passionate and Motivated: Enthusiasm at the start of a project is easy. Maintaining that momentum after the honeymoon phase is crucial.  Has Great Organizational Skills: From the original idea through to a successful business, every aspect along the way is your responsibility as an entrepreneur.  Is Well-Connected: Your networking skills are top-notch, since success always has who-you-know elements. If you don't know these key players now, you will down the road.
  19. 19.  Is Able to Improvise: Every great plan runs into Murphy's Law, roadblocks and unforeseen opportunities. The great entrepreneur rolls with these, with great instincts about when to change lanes and when to stay the course.  Is Confident: confidence is essential against your own self-doubt.  Is Disciplined and Hard-Working: No one gets into entrepreneurship because of the easy work and short hours.  Is Knowledgeable: It's rare that a novice can succeed in a crowded playing field, so unless your business is unique, you're competing against the best, and to succeed, you need to be on their level.  Is Self-Analytical: Being honest with yourself about your capabilities.  Is Able to Refocus: Business failures are arguably higher in the entrepreneurial field than anywhere. Successful entrepreneurs know when to stick with it and when to redirect their efforts.
  20. 20. Thank you For more…. Mail to aglaiaconnect2018@gmail.com

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