Entrepreneurship Essay Topics


1. Is it ever too late for an entrepreneur to launch a new business venture? I am sure that it is never too late for an entrepreneur to start a new business venture if he/she is ready to spare nothing for making the enterprise effective and shoulder all the responsibilities. There is a great amount… View Article

The Relationship Between Management and Entrepreneurship

In a free market society, entrepreneurship often takes on mythical status among the populace. To a significant degree, this is because many successful entrepreneurs display the famous ‘rags to riches” tale of a person who comes from nothing, comes up with a great idea, the idea is scoffed at by forces of conventional wisdom, the… View Article

Johnson & Johnson Case Study

On January 26, 2011, health care conglomerate Johnson & Johnson announced that earnings had declined in the fourth quarter of the previous year, and lowered its estimates for its earnings for 2010. The firm claimed that the weaker results could be attributed to the depressed economy and to a string of product recalls. Sales figures… View Article

Entrepreneurship And Selling

1.0 Introduction There are various types of white coffee are selling in the market currently. Therefore, I would like to share about my new brand of white coffee, Fah Sin white coffee. As we all know, this industry in Malaysia is well known, with different brands such as Old Town White Coffee, Nescafe White Coffee,… View Article

Speech on Entrepreneur – Danish English a Level Exam

Hello everybody! I am so glad to have this opportunity to come and speak for you here today. First of all let me introduce myself. My name is Mark Rice and I am the dean of Babson Business School and specialized in entrepreneurship which I will be taking about today. In this speech I will… View Article

Everyday Edisons

Louis Foreman is someone who has always been an entrepreneur. He started when he held a fundraiser, at nine years old, and raised thousands of dollars for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Louis has started five different business ventures. The first one was started while he was a sophomore at the University of Illinois. Through Louis’s… View Article

A Tale of Two Entrepreneurs

2. In Andrea’s case I would advise her to look at her options. She must look into the benefits and the drawbacks of staying within the company and transferring departments, or taking her redundancy package and starting up her own business. She should assess and measure the opportunity. Not only banking on the government authority… View Article

Business Now: Change Is the Only Constant

Review Questions What factors contribute to the rapid pace of change in business? Is the pace likely to accelerate or decrease over the next decade? Why? Financial Institutions got a bailout By President Obama in 2009, Mortgage values dropped, financial institutions begin to Feel the pressure especially firms such as Bear Stearns that specialized in… View Article

Review of Stay Hungry Stay Foolish

One of the best book by Rashmi Bansal narrating a story of 25 successful entrepreneurs from IIM- Ahmedabad. The book inspire young graduates to think beyond placements and salaries and to believe in their dreams. It is not the stereotype self help book. Some of the inspiring stories which inspires me most. Naukri.com: Sanjeev Bikchandani… View Article

Corporate Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurs are typically thought to start up small businesses that confront bigger and older business. For example, Virgin Air is a small specialist airline that attracts some customers away from more established airlines. But is this picture of entrepreneurs correct? The aim of this paper is to investigate whether the characteristics of an entrepreneur are… View Article

Postgraduate Degree Statement of Purpose

Why I want to pursue Masters in Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Swinburne University I decided to pursue a master’s degree to strengthen my path in entrepreneurship and to eventually become a successful social entrepreneur. I started out my career as a graphic designer, despite my achievements in work I always feel an urge to start… View Article

Revenue and profit

Q1 – What is the difference between revenue and profit? A1 – Revenue is the total amount of money that a business takes in during a given period by selling goods and services. Profit is the amount of money a business earns above and beyond what it spends for salaries and other expenses, which is… View Article

Advanced Entrepreneurship: Innovation

Innovation is an action taken by individuals to create something that is first formed from an idea in the mind, then studied and researched carefully, and then developed. A new innovation or creation often flies in the face of the established and may be contrary to what is already in the marketplace. To think like… View Article

Entrepreneur Interview

The person I chose to interview is the owner of the company at my current place of work. Larry Godwin is the owner of Godwin Company, Inc, which is a forklift and golf car sales, and service company. Larry worked on his family farm growing up in Arkansas after leaving school in the fourth grade… View Article

Corporate Entrepreneurship

1. Differentiate Entrepreneurship, Intrapreneurship, Ultrapreneurship? Entrepreneurship talks about the capacity and willingness to develop, organize and manage a business venture along with any of its risks in order to make a profit. When we Say Entrepreneurship this will also talks about a certain entrepreneurs who manage their own business in some reason. The most obvious… View Article

Entrepreneurship Is a Force of Creative Destruction

The process whereby old sources of competitive advantage are destroyed and replaced with new ones is referred to as creative destruction. Entrepreneurship by its very nature makes old knowledge redundant and introduces new knowledge through innovations so that firms could further develop and/or sustain competitive advantages. In this context the spirit of the entrepreneur will… View Article

Challenges and Opportunities for Entrepreneurs and Business Owners

Rick Suttle Rick Suttle has been writing professionally since 2009, publishing health and business articles on various websites. He has worked in corporate marketing research and as a copywriter. Suttle has a Bachelor of Science in marketing from Miami University and a Master of Business Administration from California Coast University. Business owners often face challenges… View Article

Importance of a Logo for Any Business

Many a time, entrepreneurs wonder what a good logo meant for the business? A long set of questions may erupts in minds of business people regarding the importance of logo to business like why is it important, does it matter what it looks like, besides many others. In this article, I just want to clear… View Article

Introduction of Old Town

The OLDTOWN story began in 1958, in Ipoh Town Perak, Malaysia. It all started at the White Café – a classic coffee shop. The owner, inspired with a vision and the passion to make and serve fine coffee, created a secret white coffee blend. White Café can be traced back in 1999, which the co-founder… View Article

Jadelink Market

Comentario en Internet de Harvard Business Review : “The experienced entrepreneurial chief executive officer (CEO) of Jadelink International Limited strives to create a modern jewelry brand representing a new perception in jade. The CEO has achieved early success of growing sales rapidly and bringing Jadelink products to Shanghai, the trendiest city in China. But the… View Article

Influences and Characteristics of Entrepreneurial Behavior

Management skill and strong team building abilities are often perceived as essential leadership attributes[3] for successful entrepreneurs. Robert B. Reich considers leadership, management ability, and team-building as essential qualities of an entrepreneur. This concept has its origins in the work of Richard Cantillon in his Essai sur la Nature du Commerce en (1755) and Jean-Baptiste… View Article

They’re Not Employees, They’re People

I found this article to be very interesting. Business analyst, Peter Drucker explained the changing dynamics of the workforce and covered “two extraordinary changes in the business world” as he stated in the article that has taken many by surprise. The first one is the overwhelming number of people in organizations that are not traditional… View Article

Abul Kashem Haider

Early life Abul Kashem Haider, Chairman of the Youth Group was born in Mogdhara Union, Thana, Shandip, Zilla, Chittagong in 1st April 1954. His father Alhaj Sekander Hossain was an educationist and his mother Shafia Khatoon was a housewife. At that time, the education environment Of Shandip was very much discouraging. In most cases, schools… View Article

Mind Your Own Business

What makes someone a successful entrepreneur? It certainly helps to have strong technology skills or expertise in a key area, but these are not defining characteristics of entrepreneurship. Instead, the key qualities are traits such as creativity, the ability to keep going in the face of hardship, and the social skills needed to build great… View Article


The public perception of entrepreneurs today is almost legendary. They seem to seamlessly start up small businesses and make them grow and develop themselves almost overnight to big successes. (Beaver, 2005) This essay will briefly cover the differences and similarities between managers, business owners and entrepreneurs. Differences and similarities between managers, owners and entrepreneurs Back… View Article

Fred Karlsson – Done Deal

Fred Karlsson is a Swedish entrepreneur and co-founder of DoneDeal.ie along with his wife Geraldine, a native of county Wexford where the business was founded and is currently situated. Karlsson is a self-confessed ‘techie’ and was involved in the creation of video games alongside a childhood friend from as early as 14 years of age…. View Article

The Barangay as the Unit of Society

The Barangay as a political unit is the most enduring legacy of our pre-Hispanic past. As pupils we learned that the word barangay traces its roots to balangay – the small but sturdy boats that our Malay ancestors used to navigate the rough seas of the Pacific to settle in these lands. As barangay officials,… View Article

Women Entrepreneurship in India

Women are generally perceived as home makers with little to do with economy or commerce. But this picture is changing. In Modern India, more and more women are taking up entrepreneurial activity especially in medium and small scale enterprises. Even as women are receiving education, they face the prospect of unemployment. In this background, self… View Article


Entrepreneurship as a lot of meaning but for me it divided into two separate fundamental, the first part debate high involve on dichotomy which in a whole set that dividend in two that identify in a entrepreneur joint exhaustive that it only belong in one business to other business but in the other has mutually… View Article