Want to be an Entrepreneur?

Entrepreneurship involves giving life to an idea without the help of anyone else and developing it into and maintaining it as a successful business.

In recent times of ups and downs in the business market and most importantly, the depression of 2008, has prompted the great requirement of competent, skilled and smart entrepreneurs that are flexible and malleable when it comes to building new policies and ideas for the growth of a business venture that continues even through the toughest of times.

Another important aspect of entrepreneurship is that it is one of the most reliable and also the most used determiner of the near future of the country. By analyzing the entrepreneur industry one can determine the availability and creation of jobs, turnover, opportunities to succeed and more in the future.

Entrepreneurships are classified in multiple ways and thus, into several categories. Some of them entail:

  • First classification
  1. Opportunity-based entrepreneurship
  2. Necessity-based entrepreneurship
  • Second classification
  1. Technological
  2. Geographical
  3. Sociological
  • Third classification
  1. Business – Business entrepreneurship revolves around raising revenues and the inflow of money.
  2. Social – Social entrepreneurship incorporates the making of strategies that aid in improving the society and focuses on its betterment.

Apart from the requisite qualifications for entrepreneurship, an individual is required to have a passion for working hard with determination and positivity. They must be dedicated to their craft. Being bold and brave enough to take risks would be added bonuses that can help them progress even on the rockiest of terrains. It would be helpful if they come from a business background. Furthermore, shrewdness in business as well as the business market can give them an edge in the field.

The best part about entrepreneurship is that there is no age for this profession. One can acquire as much knowledge as they wish to and jump into this field. However, the minimum requirement to join even a certificate course for entrepreneurship is the passing certificate of level 10+2 or grade twelfth. At the same time, the aspirant’s knowledge, experience and the requirements of the course they are opting for are also considered in case of which the 10+2 rule may be revoked. Today, an array of institutions including the top B Schools in Rajasthan offer a wide range of options for budding entrepreneurs and aspirants. These courses include several short term courses stretching from 6 months to a year or more. Getting a degree from a reputed B.Com college in India is very important to establish a strong and valuable foundation for a future entrepreneur. A good course can help inculcate in them the qualities necessary to not only launch a new start-up but also to manage it well enough to transform it into a leading entrepreneurial venture.

The best thing about entrepreneurship is that an entrepreneur does not have to wait for any good opportunities or opportune time to initiate their company or to build an already existing one. An entrepreneur carves his or her own future. All they need to do is gather funds which, on the other hand, are quite the task. Nevertheless, the good news is that in India, the government is more than ready to fund new start-ups and fresh entrepreneurs. There are several schemes from the f=government that provide support in the form of funding, tax incentives and building infrastructure to facilitate new ventures. Moreover, there are many private as well as public institutions that provide education along with scholarships and funds to aspiring entrepreneurs wishing to start a new business.

Another great development in the field of entrepreneurship is the advent of a number of women entrepreneurs and businesswomen. Not only have a great number of Women’s MBA Colleges cropped in India, but these B-schools have seen a considerable surge in the number of female students taking admission in them. Female entrepreneurs are immensely encouraged by such colleges, social organizations, NGOs as well as the Government of India. This is a great step ahead for the Indian socio-economy as not only will this uplift the female population in the country, but poor families too. Such families usually have a female bread earner and entrepreneurship is probably the best way to benefit these families financially.