Entrepreneurs are leaders willing to take risk and exercise initiative. They look to take advantage of market opportunities often by innovating or improving existing products & services. Developed countries are moving from ‘managerial’ to ‘entrepreneurial’ economies. India, as an emerging economy, is ensuring that entrepreneurship is embraced as a career choice for the young. The ecosystem for Entrepreneurship commonly known as Start-Ups is at its brightest. While no specific education or training is required to start a business venture of your own, the odds of success increase exponentially when entrepreneurs have a solid education background. With the popularity of entrepreneurship rising, many universities/ institutes offer programs to groom budding entrepreneurs. These programs are available both at undergraduate (BBS, BBA) and post graduate levels (MBA). Most top business schools also provide courses for entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurs are job creators rather than job seekers. They create products and services. Other than the path of owning one’s own business, participating in a family business or starting a partnered venture, entrepreneurs also take up roles in the field of business consulting, sales, research and development, not-for-profit management, and mid-level management. Trending Fields: E-Commerce, M-Commerce, EduTech, FinTech, Healthcare.