Article examines difference between an entrepreneur and a technopreneur

According to this article, an entrepreneur is a person who identifies an opportunity, converts it into a product or service, estimates earnings and profit and builds a successful business with it. A technopreneur starts out with nothing but an ‘idea,’ defies existing practices and systems and thinks of doing things differently, and creates a product or solution that uses the heft and capability of technology to change the way something was traditionally done. What’s an example of the latter? Think Uber. Read more here.

Tom Ballard

By Tom Ballard, Chief Alliance Officer,
Pershing Yoakley & Associates. P.C.

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