A Los Angeles-based company called Kidworth is focused on doing just that—exposing young people to the business world by introducing them to how the startup game is played in the hope of creating young entrepreneurs with the basic skills to turn their creativity into a business.
The following is a guest post by Amy Knapp.
But are young people interested in starting their businesses for the right reasons—or the wrong ones?
The commercial success of many high-profile Chinese entrepreneurs appears to have done little to encourage young Chinese college graduates to become their own boss.
Being an entrepreneur is almost never about the business you’re in.
The finding is part of Dell Women’s Global Entrepreneurship Study conducted across 450 women entrepreneurs from US, UK and India commissioned by Dell.
The following is a guest post by Cristian Dorobantescu of the Small Business Entrepreneur Blog from Romania.
The struggling economy has turned up the volume of the voice inside the heads of potential business owners that says, “What do I have to lose?”
Take two cups of creativity, add a cup of practical thinking and season the mix with market savvy.