The Thoughts of Jose Hawilla on Entrepreneurship

The leading Brazilian entrepreneur, Jose Hawilla recently spoke about entrepreneurship and revealed numerous factors to help the aspiring entrepreneurs around the globe. He thinks that people should have some characteristics to become a successful entrepreneur. Jose Hawilla also says that the business-friendly approach of a country is very much important in deciding the ventures successful. He asked people to look at the Global Entrepreneurship Index published in the year 2016. In the list, the United States grabbed the top spot and became the best entrepreneurial country with a whopping 86.2% rating.

The United States got the top ranking by ensuring an excellent environment for businesses to grow in its soil. It offers numerous options and choices for the aspiring entrepreneurs including special tax incentives for small businesses, business loans for small entrepreneurs, different supporting groups, and more. Interestingly, a large majority of the developed countries got fair ranking in the index. Canada became second in the index with 79.5%, and Australia became third with 78%. Hawilla is a strong proponent of small businesses and confirms that the sector produces more jobs, business, and goods than larger players in various industries.

Jose Hawilla notes that most people are fascinated by the flexibility which small businesses offer as entrepreneurs can even hire their family members to take part in the ventures. In larger organizations, the executives should answer to many people and need multiple approvals before each business strategy implementation. But in the case of small businesses, the entrepreneurs enjoy greater freedom and flexibility. Hawilla adds that successful entrepreneurs should be adaptable and respond quickly to changes, should be dedicated to their business, passionate by the family and personal attributes. Additionally, such people would be seeking independence. For more details visit Crunchbase.

Jose Hawilla was born in the state of São Paulo and was a popular journalist in the initial years of his career. Later, he moved to the sports marketing industry of Brazil by establishing his firm, Traffic, to tap the opportunities in football – an unrecognized area of business until that day. You can search on Google to see more.

Jose Hawilla is a role model to a large majority of people in Brazil as a champion entrepreneur. He also stepped into the media industry and owns numerous newspapers and publications including Good Morning Catanduva, Bom Dia Jundiaí, Good Morning Marília, Bom Dia Bauru, and more.

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