Developing a company while still employed offers several benefits. You can try entrepreneurship on a part-time basis while saving money for your business.
Have you thought about sharing your small business savvy with young people? You can give back with just a few hours each week.
Being a successful Millennial entrepreneur requires not only a good idea, but also the grit and the courage to execute that idea.
Working with several SCORE mentors as a “board of directors”, learn how founder Marshood developed plans to start and grow non-profit Feeding by Reading.
If you’re not sure what type of business to start, that doesn’t mean you can’t become an entrepreneur. It just means you need to brainstorm a business idea.
Whether a college degree is necessary to start a business or a waste of time that could be better spent launching a startup has been hotly debated for decades.