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    1. Successful entrepreneurs who risked everything to start a business

      Successful entrepreneurs who risked everything to start a business

      Business growth stories Successful entrepreneurs who risked everything to start a business Remortgaging their homes, quitting university,and spending their life savings: Read on to see what entrepreneurs have risked to start-up by Shane Donnelly Updated: Oct 31, 2016 Published: Oct 31, 2016 It should be of no surprise to any of us that a standard definition of what constitutes an entrepreneur reads: “A person who sets up a business or businesses, taking on financial risks in the hope of profit”. Indeed, risk- taking is seen by many as a fundamental characteristic of an entrepreneur, but it’s not just ...

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    2. Now more than ever, corporates want to work with start-ups

      Now more than ever, corporates want to work with start-ups

      News Now more than ever, corporates want to work with start-ups 82% of corporate brands view start-ups as "important" to their business strategies with focus on collaboration and partnerships... by Megan Dunsby Updated: Jul 20, 2016 Published: Jul 20, 2016 More and more corporates now want to work with start-ups, particularly at the earlier stages, a report from accelerator programme MassChallenge has suggested.

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