Intrapreneurship vs Entrepreneurship Which is Better?

As seen online: An intrapreneur works at a large company but acts like the leader of a startup. They typically manage a small team and/or have complete ownership over a product or initiative that’s separate from their organization’s “core” business.


An entrepreneur runs their own company. They have complete freedom and responsibility — for better or for worse. An intrapreneur is responsible for innovating within an existing organization (usually a big one). While intrapreneurship is less risky, it also comes with less autonomy. The pay-off from a successful product or idea is also usually smaller.

so I ask, which is more beneficial?

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