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  • Entrepreneur Interview

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    always an opportunity in entrepreneurship in life if there is a will to take the risk and motivated to do so. Entrepreneurship roots from the word entrepreneur, which according to, it can be defined as one who undertakes innovations, finance and business acumen in an effort to transform innovations into economic goods. Entrepreneurs are risk takers, willing to roll the dice with their money or reputation on the line in support of an idea or enterprise. They willingly assume responsibility

  • Interview an Entrepreneur

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    “An entrepreneur tends to bite off a little more than he can chew hoping he’ll quickly learn how to chew it.” (Roy Ash) Thirty-two years ago, Steve Celar embarked on the journey of starting up his first business. After many years of struggle and hard work, his business has expanded into different areas other than what he had originally intended, all of those businesses are centered on cars but mainly, Hot Rods. Steve is the founder and sole-proprietor of Kalamity Kars, and Kalamity Krash Repair

  • Essay On Entrepreneur Interview

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    Stephen Davis BUSM 4001 I had the fortunate and lucky experience of discussing with a young entrepreneur out of Boulder for my midterm paper. Kyle Panis is a twenty-year-old media content creator and photographer. Originally I was going to meet with a young micro brew master for local brewery, but was unsuccessful in meeting with him due to scheduling conflicts. I was happy to learn about Kyle Panis, because he is very young but very experienced with his startups. Kyle originally grew in Denver

  • Entrepreneur Paper Interview

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    Panino Restaurant The entrepreneur that I interviewed was Lydia Patterson. In 1989, Lydia and her husband, Lou, decided to start planning to open up a new Italian restaurant in Virginia. The restaurant industry, especially in the Washington DC area is very competitive. It is highly competitive with respect to price, value and promotions, service, location, and food quality.  There are a substantial number of restaurant operations that compete for customer traffic, some of which have significantly

  • Notes of an Interview with an Entrepreneur

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    Interview Entrepreneur The type and nature of the business (products / services offered) and the scope of the business (whether it is local in nature, national, or international in scope) The nature of the business is retail electronics. A few of the most notable products that are sold include: computers, MP 3 players, i pods / pads / phones, cell phones, televisions and parts. The business is a national franchise that is taking more of a local focus. Why the person decided to go into business

  • Entrepreneur Interview : An Intriguing Limousine Driver

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    Entrepreneur Interview: An intriguing limousine driver, Eli Xhemajli, has conveyed happiness to his customers by his driving and serving for a long time. In this Entrepreneur Interview project, I could be successful to interview to Eli Xhemajli, who is one of the owners and drivers of a small business, which is called A Stars Limo. Through the interview about the introducing his business, starting the business, running the business, marketing the business, and being an entrepreneur, I could learn

  • A Interview About The Word Entrepreneur Means

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    Many ideas come to mind when asked what the word entrepreneur means. It is someone who organizes and creates their own business; an employer of productive labor. Really, it is so much more than that. It is an all consuming task that is risky. What its mantra should be is the phrase "go big or go home." I discovered this notion while venturing out to New York City to interview Megan Cariola, owner of a local, organic shop located nearby the South Street Seaport. I wanted to get the complete experience

  • Interview With Entrepreneur Ryan Peel Essay

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    In this paper, I will write the results from my interview with entrepreneur Ryan Peel, owner of Vergennes Broadband. I will also write what I learned from the experience. Personal Background Ryan grew up in the Lowell MI area in Vergennes Township. He graduated from Lowell H.S. in 1992. He then went on to college at Aquinas where he received a degree in Computer Information Systems. He describe himself as always being driven to succeed in whatever he is doing. He has always been able to pick up

  • An Interview of Ngoc T.B. Nguyen: A Woman Entrepreneur

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    The entrepreneur The entrepreneur I choose to interview is a well-known and respectable woman in the tourism-hospitality industry in Vietnam. Her name is Ngoc T.B. Nguyen. There are now many different definitions for the word entrepreneur and entrepreneurship, the definition of entrepreneur as the ‘risk taker’ might be the one that suits her best. Born in 1963, this woman has spent more than 10 years in the Tourist industry and has since then been an inspirational model for many young adults in

  • The Characteristics Of Communication And How It Affects Male And Female Entrepreneurship

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    their workplaces as leaders. The first hypothesis was “In interviews with male entrepreneurs prevalent are features typical of male language and behavior” (Borcic et. al 2014). The second hypothesis was “In interviews with female entrepreneurs prevalent are features typical of female linguistic behavior” (Borcic et. al 2014). The article investigates the chances of the existence of differences in the way males and female entrepreneurs communicate, and the possibility of connecting these characteristics