1,What Is Entrepreneurship?
2. A Vision To Transform An Invention Into An Innovation
3.Just What Is Innovation?
4.Four Critical Factors To Induce Innovation
5.Four Elements To Support The Entrepreneurial Climate
6.Small Firms Have Advantages For Innovation
One early example was the go-between1) who attempted to establish trade routes to the Far East. EX) Marco Polo
In the middle ages, the terms entrepreneur was used to describe both an actor and a person managing large production projects.
In the 17th century, an entrepreneur was the person who entered into a contractual2) arrangement with the government to perform a service or supply stipulated3) products.
In the 18th century, the entrepreneurial role was distinguished from the capital-providing role. Capital user was entrepreneurs, and provider was venture capitalists.
EX) Eli Whitney, Thomas Edison
In the late 19th and early 20th century, the entrepreneur organized and operated an enterprise for personal gain. EX) Andrew Carnegie