Why do you use the word "enterprise" when referring to EcoPort?
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Dictionaries define the word 'enterprise in several ways; e.g. as:
When a person does something innovative and bold, we often refer to the initiative as 'enterprising'. Thus, in EcoPort, our emphasis is on the enterprising idea of working together to create a global public good in a manner that exploits and utilizes a particular vision of the Internet/www could create and become a knowledge commons. And although the word does have a commercial business aspect, EcoPort is, by constitution, a not-for-profit service that is nonetheless an enterprise and enterprising.
It is, above all, the spirit of enterprise and human creativity; the attribute of generosity that makes us enterprising.