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Characterized by the taking of financial risks in the hope of profit; enterprising.‘an entrepreneurial culture’‘our entrepreneurial spirit thrives on meeting the next challenge’
- ‘He would also like to see more of an entrepreneurial spirit and better opportunities for starting small businesses.’
- ‘More flexible labour laws are also vital in growing the entrepreneurial spirit.’
- ‘I refer to the very low levels of the availability of private equity which tends to neuter any entrepreneurial ambition.’
- ‘At the same time this comfort zone kills entrepreneurial spirit and creativity.’
- ‘Their peers ranked them top for generating ideas, entrepreneurial endeavour and creative thinking.’
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