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Commercial Organization
Shall Run
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An entrepreneur is a person with a dream,
originality and daring, who acts as the
boss, who decides as to how the
commercial organization shall run, who
co-ordinates all activities or other factors
of production, who anticipates the future
trend of demand and prices of products.


An entrepreneur is one of the important
segments of economic growth. Basically
he is a person responsible for setting up a
business or an enterprise. Infact, he is
one who has the initiative, skill for
innovation and who looks for high
He is a catalytic agent of change and
works for the good of people. He puts up
new green-field projects that create
wealth, open up many employment
opportunities and leads to the growth of
other sectors.1


A classic example is that of Mr. Dhirubhai
Ambani because he had all the dynamic
qualities of a successful entrepreneur, as a
result of which today, he was the owner of
the largest private company in India. All
decisions which he had taken to grow were
instinct and no one had taught him to take


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