The industrial revolution is often credited with both birthing and being powered by the first entrepreneurs.
Twenty-first century historians have argued that the roots of entrepreneurship go back to as early as the thirteenth century, or medieval times in Europe. The medieval manuscripts that illustrate this site pay homage to this reading of the past.
Regardless, entrepreneurs and innovators have been identified within many cultures (see one example here), in many parts of the world (see here, here and here for several examples) and undertaken by many, regardless of gender (for one example, see here).
Explore this guide for resources that will help your on your own path to success through innovation and entrepreneurship.
Other Entrepreneurship Podcasts (from Babson College)
|Reem Assil is a restaurant entrepreneur with a background in labor and community organizing and degrees in international relations and economics who is working to incubate a scalable apprenticeship program that offers pathways to ownership and self-governance for her workers.|