* an operational cost of US$375 per month for the infopreneur, currently compensated from the research budget, who receives a monthly salary of US$250, which is competitive for high-potential individuals in the informal economy;
For example, in C@R one of the infopreneurs (van Rensburg, 2008), a local contact offering basic IT services to the rural community, realized that some of the delivery drivers were becoming uncooperative.
"Infopreneur" is a relatively new term that refers to the new breed of businesspeople who are taking advantage of synthesized scientific, informational, and technological strategies and operations to make their fortunes.
While his actions were obviously improper, they do raise the possibility that infopreneurs will increasingly be able to replicate his business model and similarly leverage the Internet and telecommunications technology to their advantage down the road.
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On visits to these countries, Horton (1990) found that many information entrepreneurs (infopreneurs
) were found.
" may be scruffy bikers, but they'll be as free to live in Louisville or Bozeman as in Silicon Valley or Manhattan.
are reaching European information users by offering products via the World Wide Web.
He has formed Resource Investment Group and is actively seeking out "infopreneurs
" with ideas who need a source of capital as well as management expertise.
Early in the history of the independent research business, pioneering infopreneurs