This page was exported from Andrew Hargadon [ http://andrewhargadon.com ]
Export date: Tue Sep 26 16:28:03 2017 / +0000 GMT

Not all entrepreneurs are created, or create, equal(ly)



Maria Meyers of U.S.SourceLink offers a nice perspective on the different types of entrepreneurs in any given community and the different community resources they need to succeed.

Meyers identifies four types:

There are three really nice points in this perspective.

First, it respects the different origins and aspirations of all four types — and respects them equally for their challenges, commitment, and contributions to the community.

Second, it recognizes the fourth type — the "second-stager" — because many big businesses were once small businesses running along fine for years before become "high-growth." Contrast this to the dominant view that only small businesses with overblown aspirations will ever become big businesses.

Finally, it recognizes the challenge is not re-inventing the means to support these entrepreneurs so much as bringing these existing means together effectively.

Thanks to the Kauffman Sketchbook.

 

 


Post date: 2013-04-04 17:39:41
Post date GMT: 2013-04-04 17:39:41
Post modified date: 2015-05-01 15:22:26
Post modified date GMT: 2015-05-01 15:22:26

Powered by [ Universal Post Manager ] plugin. MS Word saving format developed by gVectors Team www.gVectors.com