Infopreneurship: New Career for University Graduates
Keywords:Infopreneur, Infopreneurship, Curriculum suitability, Information broker
AbstractThis paper aims to discuss the significance of Infopreneurship as a future academic course and job option for university graduates. Infopreneurs can be defined as an entrepreneur who recognize opportunities and utilize information, products and services available for creating an information-based business. This paper covers the importance of infoproneurship, roles and skills, challenges and curriculum suitability of infopreneurship.
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Masron, M. Z., Yatin, S. F. M., Hussin, N., Taib, K. M., & Wah, Y. B. (2017). Infopreneurship: New Career for University Graduates. Journal of Informatics and Mathematical Sciences, 9(4), 1219–1226. https://doi.org/10.26713/jims.v9i4.996
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