Difference between Entrepreneur and Intrapreneur

Difference between Entrepreneur and Intrapreneur

 

Entrepreneur Intrapreneur
An entrepreneur is independent in his operations An intraprenuer is dependent on the entrepreneur i.e. the owner.
An entrepreneur himself raises funds required for the enterprise. The Intrapreneur does not raise funds.
Entrepreneur bears the risk involved in the business. An intrapreneur does not fully bear the risk involved in the enterprise.
An entrepreneur operates from outside. On the contrary,an intrapreneur operates from within the organization itself.
An entrepreneur begins his business with a newly set up enterprise. An intrapreneur sets up his enterprise after working someone else’s organization.
As an entrepreneur establishes new business, so he does not posses any experience over the business. An intrapreneur establishes his business after gathering experiences through working in the other organization.
Entrepreneurs may find it difficult to get resources Intrapreneurs have their resources readily available to them.

 

Entrepreneurs are found anywhere their vision takes them. Intrapraneurs work within the confines of an organization.

 

Entrepreneurs know the business on a macro scale.

Intrapreneurs are highly skilled and specialized.

Difference between Entrepreneur and Intrapreneur

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