Entrepreneurship vs intrapreneurship
by SMEBOOK (admin) · March 1, 2020
Both entrepreneur and intrapreneur hold similar characteristics towards business like creativity, conviction, zeal, fighting spirit, and great insight. But the two are different, as an entrepreneur is a person who owns the business and takes a considerable amount of risk to operate it, intending to earn better returns on investments, from that business. He/she is the person who envisions new ideas, opportunities, techniques, products, technology, and business diversification and takes actions to make them true. Whereas, an intrapreneur is an employee of the company who is hired to foster innovation within the organisation.
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