[in-truh-pruh-nur, -noo r, -nyoo r]
- an employee of a large corporation who is given freedom and financial support to create new products, services, systems, etc., and does not have to follow the corporation's usual routines or protocols.
Origin of intrapreneur
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- a person who while remaining within a larger organization uses entrepreneurial skills to develop a new product or line of business as a subsidiary of the organization
Word Origin for intrapreneur
C20: from intra- + (entre) preneur
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