infopreneur


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in•fo•pre•neur

(ˌɪn foʊ prəˈnɜr, -ˈnʊər, -ˈnyʊər)
n.
a person whose business is gathering and providing information to advertising, marketing, and other firms.
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As a longtime "infopreneur," I have had to develop a high tolerance for ambiguity and uncertainty--starting with the loss of a predictable paycheck.
An infopreneur mediates between the shop and the supplier, using a desktop application (Figure 8, on right) to validate and bundle orders.
“We live in the age of the infopreneur, which is an interesting concept,” Mosher said.
Such advances are only likely to accelerate going forward, collapsing distances, erasing differences, and laying the groundwork for the emergence of the "infopreneur."
Weitzen registered a trademark for "Infopreneur" (H.
Vic Johnson is a best-selling author, speaker and self-described infopreneur. His recent book, Day by Day with James Allen, has sold more than 60,000 copies worldwide.
At the time I was working 60 to 70 hours again but for less money so I developed the 14-step Infopreneur programme and put my own theories into practise."
ownership team is headed by Patrick Spain, a successful infopreneur. Spain was a force behind Hoover's, which grew from a collection of undistinguished reference books to a popular business research tool.
Chilly Beach began in 1998 as a cartoon demonstration tool for Hawes's media business, Infopreneur, that evolved into a cult Internet craze with close to 100,000 visitors a month.
Infonautics was established in 1992 by Marvin Weinberger, an infopreneur who has long been spreading the gospel of electronic information.
The innovation process also involved more than 30 end users who ran Spaza shops--informal convenience shops, usually run from home--or were infopreneurs. The living lab has been in existence since 2006 and continues to date.
They're becoming self-employed knowledge workers, proprietors of home-based businesses, temps and permatemps, freelancers and e-lancers, independent contractors and independent professionals, micropreneurs and infopreneurs, part-time consultants, interim executives, on-call troubleshooters, and full-time soloists.