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Entrepreneurship is the quality associated with the act of starting and building a new business venture that previously didn't exist. The term is associated with bold, independent creative acts in the business world that, if successful, culminate in value-creation. Entrepreneurs take risks to create innovative enterprises that break ground with new products and services.
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