Entrepreneur Project The entrepreneurs name is Donna Potter, and she started the business Valley, Cheer and Dance. At the beginning, she felt as if she were more naïve, but over time she grew more optimistic, tough, and less of a push over. She has a bachelor’s degree in political science, and minored in business administration. Some of the experiences she gained through the business is she learned how to be more organized, learned how to deal with people, dealt with people who have different personalities towards her business. The business is a sport related facility. The facility includes: tumbling, dance, and cheer. They also have competitive teams that perform and show the skills of Valley, Cheer and Dance. The business started flourishing after its third year in business. Which was when more income started coming up. Some of the challenges/problems/failures, were the teachers. They needed to be better at their job. The business did go into debt, but by the 4th year, they eventually got out of debt. The business has been running for 5 years and they are looking into running it for another 25 years or more. They do have competition. There are 5 other cheer gyms in the area, but VCD is the cheapest out of the competition.
3.) economic impact
They feel they provide a healthy activity for the consumers children.
They have 11 employees – similar to a part time career
Below the competition, out of the 4 cheer gyms in the area.
Payroll would be an issue if they lose…
Enterprsie & Entrepreneurship
Through referenced literature and examples, examine the range of theories of what an entrepreneur is and how they contribute to the economy and society.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 – Introduction ______________________________________________ 3
2 – Concept of Risk/Uncertainty_________________________________
3 – ‘Entrepreneur’ – Who? What?_______________________________
3.1 – Roles played by an Entrepreneur_____________________
3.2 – Trait versus Behavioral…
Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH)
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role of uncertainty and imperfect information is crucial for the view of the role of the entrepreneur by Shackle”Deakins, D and freel, M, 2012, p.11
1. Introduction………………………………………………………… p. 2
2. What is the view of entrepreneur? ……….…………… p.
3. The role of uncertainty for the entrepreneur ... p.
4. Imperfect information–crucial for the view of entrepreneur p.
5. Conclusion …………………………………………………………. p. 6
6. References ………………………………………………………………
1st (70+) 2:1 (60-69) 2:2 (50-59) 3rd (40-49) Fail (less than 40) Marks (%)
A) Introduction (15%) (approximate 300 words)
Describe the project clearly, e.g., its theoretical conceptual background, its importance/significance and (if any) its limitations. Moreover, a brief introduction of the business entrepreneur selected and an identification and explanation of the context, in which the selected attribute, is going to be tested and discussed. In addition, it should also…
School of English and Languages
Title: Why do most entrepreneurs fail during start-up?
Name: Purinat THANAPHAISANPHIPHAT
Tutor: Paula de Pando
Word Count: 1833
Owning your own business is a desirable alternative choice because of the
unpredictable world economics trends. Global economy substantially fluctuates from
USA and many European countries having recession in the last decade. Many fulltime workers lost their jobs and the situation…
Who can be an entrepreneur? Who can’t?
By: Jazmine Soto
January 20, 2014
Who can be entrepreneur? Who Can’t?
An entrepreneur is not suited for everyone. Therefore, a person who lacks leadership skills can’t be an entrepreneur. If you can’t lead oneself to stay motivated with the business, then chances are you will fail to lead your business or employees towards succeed. A person who enjoys a daily routine or a schedule with a steady paycheck…
Why becomes Entrepreneur
An entrepreneur is someone who spends their own time effort and money to turn their idea into a marketable product. Entrepreneurs can earn more moneys than other and they are able to make all of the decisions relating to their company themselves; they have complete control. Also, they can control over their work schedule means that they can choose when to take time off and work the schedule that suits for them best. In the other hand it is not that easy…
and Assess Lakota Hills opportunity 18-21
7. Discussion on Bootstrapping Resources 22
8. References 23
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1.1 Who can be an entrepreneur?
In this case study it is evident that a person with entrepreneurial characteristics and work habits can be an entrepreneur. Entrepreneurs can be anybody, situated anywhere irrespective, gender, race or creed. They are people who possess multi-faceted skills and knowledge base but most off all an intense passion…
got many opportunities to prove their computer skills. In 1972, they started their own company called 'Traf-O-Data.' They developed a portable computer that allowed them to do analysis and prepare reports. This made them a sum of $20,000.
An entrepreneur has to have a persuasive style and possess good communication skills. This was a key factor in one of the turning points in Gates' career, when at 25 he persuaded IBM to let him keep the rights to the DOS operating system he had created for them…
Entrepreneurs are born and not made
An entrepreneur is ‘a person who has possession of a new enterprise, venture or idea and assumes significant accountability for the inherent risks and the outcome.’ So are entrepreneurs born? Or made? There have been many debates from businessmen to academics alike on whether entrepreneurs are born or made, but is it as straight forward as that? In this essay I will evaluate arguments both for and against this statement and conclude it with my own personal observation…