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Core8 LEAP

Ch2 Entrepreneurship

different approach another way of doing or thinking about something (noun phrase)
trend a general direction in which something is developing or changing (the fashion or preference is generally moving in that direction) N
imminent threat the danger of something likely to happen very soon (noun phrase)
perceived to be is seen by others to be a certain way (passive verb)
capable of doing able to complete or accomplish (adjective)
private sector a personally-owned business; not working for the government (noun phrase)
viable option a choice or alternative that is likely to work or be successful (noun phrase)
significant insight important understanding into an issue or situation (noun phrase)
weed out to remove or eliminate anything undesirable (verb phrase)
potential customer an entity (person or group) that is likely to become a client (noun phrase)
Created by: jkirsch