Entrepreneurship is considered to be one of factors of production (the other factors of production are capital, labor and land).
According to Heckscher–Ohlin model, a country that has an abundant supply of a factor of production will have a comparative advantage in goods whose production is intensive in that factor.
I tried to imagine examples of countries with different comparative advantage for each factor:
1.Country A has lots of capital, including human capital. It exports state-of-art semiconductors. It also has lots of programmers, system adminstrators, "white hats" and other IT specialists who export their services by working remotely.
2.Country B has lots of land. It uses said land for farming, consequently exporting products of its farming.
3.Country C has lots of labor, although its workers are poorly educated. People work in sweatshops. It exports clothing.
4.Country D has lots of entrepreneurship. Or in other words, it has lots of talanted and skilled business people. Now I have a problem with this one, I don't know what kind of goods country D could have exported. Can you help?