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Rajnish SharmaTop Contributor
Content Creator || Android App Developer

Cultural entrepreneurs wanted to increase their impact and revenue. However, they tended to encounter three common challenges:

  1. Cultural Entrepreneurs had trouble “leveling up,” and needed help understanding and employing next level strategies to reach a broader audience.
  2. Cultural Entrepreneurs had success inspiring individuals to shift the attitudes and beliefs that perpetuate social problems. However, they didn’t always know how to translate these shift into concrete change on a larger scale.
  3. Cultural Entrepreneurs wanted a warm community of people with their unique skill-sets and level of dedication. They learned to be discerning of the people they brought on their teams, wanting to collaborate with people that were fun, creative and reliable.
Rajnish SharmaTop Contributor
Content Creator || Android App Developer

It appears that cultural entrepreneurship is the business process of making money using cultural themes for self identification. An easy example is getting people to buy their country’s flag to prove they are patriotic even though there should not be a need to prove that.

Cultural Entrepreneurs are cultural change agents and resourceful visionaries who organize cultural, financial, social and human capital, to generate revenue from a cultural activity. Their innovative solutions result in economically sustainable cultural enterprises that enhance livelihoods and create cultural value and wealth for both creative producers and consumers of cultural services and products.