Three Keys for Graduating Entrepreneurs
As we enter the middle of summer, new college graduates are setting out to change the world with their innovative ideas.
The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) projects 1,606,000 students at the bachelor’s degree level will graduate as the college Class of 2014. This year many of those students will choose to start their own companies, as entrepreneurship has become a popular career option across the United States. Research from the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) found that 13 percent of Americans are involved in early-stage entrepreneurial activity, the highest level since GEM began tracking these statistics in 1999.
In a recent article for VentureFizz, I offered some advice to budding entrepreneurs about starting a business fresh out of college. You can read it here: http://venturefizz.com/blog/three-keys-graduating-entrepreneurs.