An entrepreneur is an individual who assumes risk in creating something new of value. This is associated with individuals who invent new services, products, experiences, styles, technologies or ways of doing things.
Entrepreneur vs Business OwnerTraditionally, the term entrepreneur is strongly differentiated from business owners who invest in an established business model by the idea that entrepreneurship challenges existing business models by creating new markets and processes.
Entrepreneur vs Startup FounderEntrepreneur can be differentiated from terms such as startup founder as an entrepreneur takes on risks whereas a startup founder might have strong financial support in some cases.
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