Serial entrepreneur

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Serial entrepreneur

Business person that successfully starts (does not kill) a number of different businesses.

Serial Entrepreneur

A person who starts several different businesses with little intention of operating any of them for very long. That is, a serial entrepreneur may start one business and work at it until it becomes profitable, then sell it and start another business. A serial entrepreneur is not interested in a career with the individual companies he/she runs, but rather enjoys the process of starting a business. Serial entrepreneurship is risky, as is entrepreneurship in general.
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Summary: International trainers and serial entrepreneurs will provide early stage startups with the right knowledge, skills and hands-on tools
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