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Are You an Entrepreneur or an Intrapreneur? (Infographic)

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Steve Jobs coined the term "intrapreneur" in 1985, referring to an employee of a company who uses entrepreneurial skills to promote innovative product development and marketing using that company's capital and resources. But not all ventures are worth sharing with a corporate name, which is why many entrepreneurs branch out and start their own businesses alone.

This entrepreneur vs. intrapreneur infographic showcases what's possible for you in business.

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