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Dennis Foley describes two kinds of Indigenous entrepreneurs: ‘opportunists’ who seize a concept and use their networks to embark on a business venture, and those who lack capital, so out of ‘necessity’ must adapt to dominant culture to provide the basics.

Necessity entrepreneurship within a dominant society

Dennis Foley describes two kinds of Indigenous entrepreneurs: ‘opportunists’ who seize a concept and use their networks to embark on a business venture, and those who lack capital, so out of ‘necessity’ must adapt to dominant culture to provide the basics.
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Presenters: Dennis Foley
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