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Entrepreneurial Firms

Entrepreneurial firms are companies that bring new products and services to market by creating and seizing opportunities. Google, eBay, and Apple are well-known, highly successful examples of entrepreneurial firms. Having recognized an opportunity, companies of this type create products and services that have worth, that are important to their customers, and that provide a measure of usefulness to their customers that they wouldn’t have otherwise.

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