Enter The Entrepreneur

Among the many definitions of an “entrepreneur,” two words–business and risk—often are found. Traditionally, an entrepreneur was a gutsy visionary who gambled everything in the hope of a big payoff. Classical entrepreneurship was not for the faint of heart nor the fiducially responsible, resulting in both dismal failures and spectacular successes. Public agencies–as keepers of the people’s trust–were not expected to be entrepreneurial, and often were prevented from being so by ordinance. How times have changed! A Closer Look In …


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