• futures
    Financial contracts in which the buyer agrees now to buy a product (e.g. pork bellies) at a predetermined future date and price.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • Gaia hypothesis
    Hypothesis developed by chemist James Lovelock in 1972 that proposes that living organisms work together with their mineral surroundings to form a complex, self-regulating system that maintains life on Earth.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • Gains
    The benefits your customer expects, desires or would be surprised by. These can include its functions, social gains, positive emotions and cost savings.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • gazelle
    A business establishment with at least 20 per cent sales growth every year for five years, starting with a base of at least $100 000.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • gazelle
    A business establishment with at least 20 per cent sales growth every year for five years,starting with a base of at least $100 000.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM)
    A global study conducted yearly since 1999 that analyses the level of entrepreneurship in nearly 100 countries.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • global sourcing
    A cross-border search for suitable suppliers that meet specific quality, time and price requirements.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • goal orientation
    A predisposition to defining priorities and monitoring progress toward specific high but attainable goals to maintain focus and manage energy when faced with multiple opportunities.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • goodwill
    The residual value created by an owner of a business in terms of their time, effort and public image after the value of the physical and tangible assets is deducted from the total value of a business.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • governpreneurship
    Entrepreneurship within the governmental sector.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • great chef strategies
    System of strategy involving leveraging and building the business around great and unique people with special skills or talents.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • gross margin
    The percentage difference between revenue (and income from sales) and the costs associated with producing the goods or services of a business before deduction of administration and overheads, interest and taxes.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • gross profit
    Sales less the cost of goods sold. For example, if you sell $100 000 worth of merchandise for which you paid $80 000, your gross profit would be $20 000.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • growth hacking
    A process of experimentation to identify the best way to grow the business that combines the skills of marketers, user interface designers and product managers.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • growth rate
    The percentage rate of change (usually by year) in any financial characteristic of a company or an economy, such as population, jobs or sales.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • growth stack
    A set of tools to market, sell and communicate with customers, including such tools as Mailchimp, Hootsuite and Google Analytics.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • growth stage
    The third stage of a new-venture life cycle, typically involving activities related to reformulating strategy in light of the competition.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • growth wall
    A psychological wall against change that prevents entrepreneurs from developing a managerial ability to deal with venture growth.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • guerrilla marketing
    An unconventional way of performing marketing activities (primarily promotion) on a very low budget.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • hackathon
    A social design-sprint event that brings together programmers, coders and many others to build or improve a software program.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • harvest strategy
    A strategy of how and when the owners and investors will realise an actual cash return on their investment in a venture.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • high fidelity
    Describes a prototype that is quite close to being the final product or service. (See also low fidelity.)Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • hire purchase
    The purchase of an asset according to a pre-agreed payment method, often calculated with a high-interest component compared to regular debt finance. The user may be the owner for tax purposes.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • holistic view
    Comprehension of the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual needs of customers or stakeholders so that together you can co-create the world.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • hybrid business model
    A business model adopted by social organisations that combine public, private and voluntary sectors; includes non-profits with for-profit business models, and for-profits with social missions.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • hypermarket
    A business model focusing on high-volume, low- margin sales, offering a product or service at a price lower than cost. Walmart and Amazon have implemented this business model.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • hypnagogia
    The state of consciousness between wakefulness and sleep, in which the mind has lucid thoughts and dreaming, hallucinations and deep insights.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • impact investor
    A person who invests with the intention to generate a measurable, beneficial social or environmental impact, as well as financial return.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • impact investor
    A person who invests with the intention to generate a measurable,beneficial social or environmental impact,as well as financial return.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • impersonator test
    A method of testing an idea in which you impersonate the new product you have in mind. For example, take a Lotus Roadster, rip out the fossil fuel and install all-electric (along with slightly different body). This is the actual test Elon Musk used in building the Tesla.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • implicit needs
    Needs that people do not talk about, may not be aware of or might even deny if confronted with. (See also explicit needs.)Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • importing
    Buying and shipping foreign-produced goods for domestic consumption.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • inbound marketing
    Capture of users/seekers by pulling them into a sales relationship through website, social media, email, content, blogging and other techniques rather than by pushing ads out to them.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • income statement
    Also called profit and loss (P&L) statement, a statement summarising the income of a business during a specific period. The income statement illustrates the projected operating results based on profit and loss.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • incorporated company
    A company that is legally seen as being quite separate from the owner. While more expensive to set up than a sole trader, it offers some protection to the owner should things go wrong.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • incorporated limited partnership (ILP)
    In Australia, a form of a limited partnership (confusingly entitled a limited liability company or LLC in the US) with the capacity and powers of an individual as well as the powers of a company. Limited partners are not entitled to participate in management and general partners have unlimited liability.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • incorporation
    The birth of a company, where it is given legal form. The Certificate of Incorporation is like a birth certificate. Incorporated businesses become separate legal entities in their own right and are recognised therefore as separate from their owners.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • Indigenous entrepreneur
    An Indigenous person who creates, manages and develops new ventures by and for Indigenous people. The organisations thus created can pertain to the private, public or non-profit sectors.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • Indigenous entrepreneur
    An Indigenous person who creates,manages and develops new ventures by and for Indigenous people. The organisations thus created can pertain to the private,public or non-profit sectors.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • Indigenous people
    Cultural groups that have a historical continuity with a region before its colonisation and who have lived largely independent or isolated from the influence of the larger nation state. These people have maintained at least in part their distinct linguistic, cultural and social/ organisational characteristics. Characteristics common across many Indigenous groups include reliance upon subsistence-based production and a predominantly non-urbanised society.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • indirect exporting
    Selling goods to foreign buyers through third parties such as export agents, export merchants or buying houses.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • individualism
    Degree of emphasis placed on individual accomplishment rather than on collectivism or group accomplishment.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • inductive logic
    Logic that reaches conclusions by generalising or extrapolating from specific cases in the real world to create general theoretical rules. (See also deductive logic.)Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • Industrial Revolution
    Usually dated from 1750 to 1900, the movement from an agricultural economy to an industrial economy based on production of factories and machine labour. A period characterised by many industrial innovations and discoveries.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • influencer
    A person who influences other people in a market, particularly their buying behaviour. (See also thought leader.)Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • influencer
    Entrepreneurs who start ventures from within larger companies.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • influencer marketing
    Marketing focused on key individuals or customer segments who can influence potential buyers, rather than the market as a whole.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • initial public offering (IPO)
    The raising of capital through the sale of company securities on the public markets.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • insolvent
    Describes the state of a business that cannot pay its debts as and when they fall due.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • integrative thinking
    The incorporation of two or more opposing ideas to form a new idea that resolves the tension between them and is superior to both.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • intellectual property (IP)
    The proprietary knowledge created through mind and intellect that is a valuable asset to the business.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • intellectual property rights IPR
    Legal protection of intellectual property, such as patents, trademarks or copyrights, against infringement by others.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • interactive learning
    Methods of learning within an innovative environment that cut across traditional, functional lines in the organisation.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • interdisciplinary
    Relating to more than one branch of knowledge.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • interest
    The price paid for borrowed money or the return earned from money deposited or lent.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • interest expense
    Interest expense on long-term loans, also known as debt service.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • internal rate of return (IRR) method
    A method of capital budgeting in which the future cash flows are discounted at a rate that makes the net present value of the project equal to zero. The internal rate of return represents the interest yield promised by a project over its useful life.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • intracapital
    Special capital set aside for the intrapreneur to use whenever investment money is needed for further research ideas.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • Intrapreneur
    Entrepreneurs who start ventures from within larger companies.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • Intrapreneurs
    Entrepreneurs who start ventures from within larger companies.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • intraprise
    A company created by an intrapreneur; a spin-off of a larger company.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • intuitive thinking
    The ability to acquire knowledge through sensing, pattern recognition or instinct.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • inventory
    Merchandise held by the company for resale to customers.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • investing activities
    An item on the cash-flow statement that reports cash-flow effects from long-term investing activities, such as purchase or sale of plant and equipment. The net cash flow from investing activities can be either positive or negative.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • investment
    (1) In finance, the purchase of a financial product or other item of value with an expectation of favourable future returns; the use of money in the hope of making more money. (2) In business, the purchase by a producer of a physical good, such as durable equipment or inventory, in the hope of improving future business.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • investor protection
    Guarantee that investments made will not be lost due to misuse of corporate assets by directors for their personal gain, fraud, self-dealing, expropriation, etc.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • Islamic finance
    A financial system that operates according to Islamic law (sharia), which emphasises justice and partnership. Islamic entrepreneurs have very tight strictures on what they may and may not transact as business.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • joint venture
    An organisation owned by more than one company; a popular approach to doing business overseas.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • joint venture
    An organisation owned by more than one company; a popular approach to doing business overseas.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • labour regulations
    The body of laws passed by a government that regulates the legal rights and restrictions that apply to employees, workers and organisations.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • late-stage funding
    Financing for new-product development or introduction, or to support major capacity expansion. Offered before public offering investments to strengthen the company.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • lean canvas (LC)
    Created by Ash Maurya, a one-page visualisation or depiction of the content, structure and operation of how you create customer value. The LC focuses more on start-up businesses and entrepreneurs, while the BMC can be used by investors, consultants, advisors and larger businesses. (See also business model canvas (BMC).)Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • lean entrepreneurship
    Launched in 2008 by Eric Ries, a methodology for developing businesses and products through hypothesis-driven experimentation, iterative product releases and validated learning.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • lean marketing
    Marketing focused on agility, viewing each campaign or marketing activity as one step in the ever-improving progress toward customer acquisition and ultimately customer satisfaction.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • left brain
    The part of the brain that helps an individual to analyse, verbalise and use rational approaches to problem solving. (See also right brain.)Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • legal restraint of trade
    A legal document signed by the seller of a business that restricts him or her from operating in the same industry for a reasonable amount of time and within a reasonable geographic jurisdiction.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • liabilities
    Amounts owing to creditors, such as a bank loan, accounts payable and so on. They represent a claim against your assets.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • licensing
    A business arrangement in which the manufacturer of a product (or a firm with proprietary rights over technology or trademarks) grants permission to a group or an individual to manufacture that product in return for specified royalties or other payments.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • life cycle stages
    The stages through which a venture progresses, including venture development, start-up, growth, stabilisation and innovation or decline.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • lifestyles of health and sustainability (LOHAS)
    An upscale demographic category of consumers who value sustainable living, organic foods, alternative healthcare, renewable energy and energy- efficient cars and appliances.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • limited liability
    A restriction on the amount of financial responsibility assumed by a partner or shareholder. (See also unlimited liability.)Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • limited liability partnership (LLP)
    A relatively new form of partnership that allows professionals the tax benefits of a partnership without personal liability for the malpractice of other partners.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • limited partnership
    An organisational arrangement that allows investors to put money into a partnership without assuming liability for any losses beyond this initial investment.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • linear regression
    The process of fitting the best possible straight line through a series of points.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • liquidation
    A legal process to close trading for insolvent business legal entities who are unable to pay debts as they fall due.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • liquidation preference
    The company is sold or liquidated, the amount that must be distributed to the preferred stockholders before remaining assets are distributed to common stockholders.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • liquidity
    A property of any asset that can be sold without causing a significant price change and with minimum loss of value.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • live product test
    The highest level of pretotype testing, in which you let your customers eat, feel, touch, smell, play with and use your live product. Can be undertaken anywhere you run into live customers.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • loan payable
    Current instalment on a long-term debt that must be paid this year; part of the current liabilities.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • loan with warrants
    Type of loan that provides the investor with the right to buy shares at a fixed price at some future date. Terms on the warrants are negotiable.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • long tail
    Potential customers that seek goods with unusual characteristics, whose needs can now be met through reduced marketing costs (internet) and distribution costs.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • long-term debt
    Debts not payable within one year; usually loans maturing in the three- to five-year range that are used to finance the purchase of property or equipment, with the purchased asset serving as collateral for the loans.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • long-term liabilities
    Items or long- term debts on a balance sheet that fall due or require paying off beyond a timeframe of one year.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • low fidelity
    Describes a low cost prototype, usually an illustrated design or concept sketched on paper or created as flat images. (See also high fidelity.)Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • macro view of entrepreneurship
    A view of entrepreneurship that examines the huge array of external processes and factors that are sometimes beyond the control of the individual entrepreneur, such as the environment and financial markets. (See also micro view of entrepreneurship, external locus of control.)Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • mall intercepts
    A method of experimental validation in which people are intercepted while shopping in malls and asked to respond to a survey.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • management succession
    The transition of managerial decision making in a business, one of the greatest challenges confronting owners and entrepreneurs, especially in family businesses.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • management team
    The founders of a new venture who plan on managing the company, as well as any advisers, consultants or members of the board.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • management team
    The founders of a new venture who plan on managing the company,as well as any advisers,consultants or members of the board.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)
  • managerial successor
    A successor to a venture who is interested in efficiency, internal control and the effective use of resources.Glossary term from Asia-Pacific edition of Entrepreneurship Theory Process Practice (Melbourne: Cengage, 2019)