Are entrepreneurs born or made?

Entrepreneurship around the world is growing, driving the need for more supportive ecosystems...

The growth and prosperity of all economies, rapid-growth and mature, remain highly dependent on entrepreneurial activity, reports EY. Entrepreneurs are the lifeblood of economic growth — they provide a source of income and employment for themselves, create employment for others, produce new and innovative products or services, and drive greater upstream and downstream value chain activities.

While some entrepreneurial activity around the world is still driven by necessity, reports EY, ‘high impact’ entrepreneurship, once largely confined to mature markets, is now an essential driver of economic expansion in rapid-growth markets. In some cases, these high impact entrepreneurs are building innovative and scalable enterprises that capitalise on local needs and serve as role models for new entrepreneurs.

The face of entrepreneurship is also changing...

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