10 Differences between a Businessman and an Entrepreneur

10 Differences between a Businessman and an Entrepreneur Avatar Posted by viclogic under Strategy
From http://entreb.com 97 days ago
Made Hot by: bloggerpalooza on January 15, 2014 3:21 am
Are you a businessman or an entrepreneur? Have you ever wondered what’s the difference between the two? Business people and entrepreneurs have many similarities. They both provide jobs for the unemployed, give solutions to the consumers, and help in developing the economy of a certain nation. However, they are not the same kind of people. Read this article to know the 10 differences between a businessman and an entrepreneur.

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Written by AngelBiz
93 days ago

Great insight. I would add one more in the area of failure. Entrepreneurs are not afraid of failure. They learn from it, get up and move on to the next phase. Businessmen tend to be somewhat risk averse.



Written by viclogic
93 days ago

Thank you AngelBiz for sharing us your own insight.



Written by BizIdeas
94 days ago

I wonder Richard Branson is? On the one hand he is a shrewd tycoon, on the other hand he is an innovator. Is it possible to be both? I think it is



Written by viclogic
94 days ago

Yes I also think it is possible, thinking of a hybrid.



Written by viclogic
95 days ago

Thanks BizRock. This motivates me more to contribute.



Written by BizRock
97 days ago

Very interesting article,thank you for sharing this with the Bizsugar community.



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