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Commpreneur: A futuristic Archetype

Episode 12: GSEP Hub Q&A Webinar Series

In this GSEP Hub Q&A webinar series, Dr. Kafayat coined an innovative entrepreneurship concept called ‘Commpreneur’. She claims that Commpreneurs are born out of impact-led initiatives that focus on community changes. She describes Commpreneurs as great community changers and high-risk takers.
By exploring the question “How prepared are we for the economic resurrection of post-COVID-19 & beyond?”, she argues that Commpreneurs usually operate within a confined and constrained resource.
Clarifying further, she mentions that if a change is a risk, then Commpreneur is our latest and fit-for-purpose model because these sets of entrepreneurs are used to working within a challenging and complex context.
So, her takeaway message is a call for support toward nurturing Commpreneurs.

Citation: Lamidi, Kafayat K. (2020). Commpreneur: A futuristic archetype. Global Self-Education Platform Lecture Series 40

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