In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Students are invited to come and hear what it takes to become a successful young entrepreneur.
- They have to be young, successful entrepreneurs.
- The entrepreneur sees a business opportunity where others notice only a rubbish site.
- The researchers studied some 800 start-up business entrepreneurs and compared them with a control group.
- An internet entrepreneur has sold his online company, which he built up from nothing, for £1 million.
- The Edinburgh-based company is also in the final stages of appointing an experienced Scottish technology entrepreneur as chairman.
- Today's new minority entrepreneurs are not just more numerous but also more sophisticated than their predecessors.
- The 37-year-old millionaire entrepreneur returned to his native Athens for the opening weekend of the 2004 Olympic Games.
- Also, the ministry will encourage local entrepreneurs to boost their investment overseas.
- You, too, can be an Internet entrepreneur.
- A non-profit organisation, it represents the entire cross-section of women entrepreneurs in the country.
- For some Internet entrepreneurs, that idea has taken on a whole new meaning.
- We'll talk to one tech entrepreneur who wants to cash in on the craze.
- Do you think people skills are more important than business skills for an entrepreneur?
- We help the would-be entrepreneur to make choices.
- Luckily, there were about a hundred young aspiring entrepreneurs listening to him.
- Property is the investment of choice for many of today's eager entrepreneurs.
- The British Library has a range of services for entrepreneurs and small businesses.
- Aspiring entrepreneurs will be given $50,000 each in seed money to launch their dream business.
- Today's savvy entrepreneurs are constantly growing and developing in all areas of their lives.
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