Question by freakonomics: Is “Entrepreneur” just a prettier name for “sales individual”?
I know a lot of entrepreneurs and they sell extremely well. I don’t know entrepreneurs who can’t sell. Is the noun “entrepreneur” designed just to make it sound much better than a “sales individual”?
Thanks for quick replies.
Some mentioned entrepreneurs take their own risks. I assume sales take risks too — their compensation is normally solely based on how nicely they sell. They are risking their time and reputation.
An additional reason why I’m asking is that when economic institutions appear for folks to sell their goods, they usually advertise as:
Be your own boss, manage your own company, take manage of your future, turn out to be an entrepreneur!
So, it seems entrepreneur = sales.
Answer by Cathrine K
nicely, sort of. but generally entrepreneurs come up with their own concepts. it just may possibly take a lot of suggestions to finally hit the large one.
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