Entrepreneurism is becoming more and more fashionable by the day and there’s good reason for that. It is a generational preference.
“Millennials would much rather be in control and be doing something they’re interested in than passively accepting a 9 to 5 job working for someone else.”
Millennials embody the self-starter mentality to a great extent and like doing things their way as it is easy now to work smarter instead of harder. With Skype meetings, easy sharing, designing and publishing tools and platforms, showing up to work and following routines set by people who didn’t have the tools that are available now, can seem tedious and unnecessary.
These tools don’t just make working methods more efficient, they also serve to empower the entrepreneurial mind.
Gaining access and setting up a business has been made easier with internet. Plus, with incubators and platforms such as Kickass, finding support and investors isn’t very hard either. Therefore, executing ideas has become possible.
In short, the environment these days is very conducive to entrepreneurism. So if you’re someone who has been toying with the idea of starting your own business, but the thought alone seems too overwhelming, you’ve come to the right place.
This is a series of blogs, tackling the extensive subject of ‘how to start a business’. We have seen many people getting their hopes dashed at this first hurdle. To keep it from happening to others we want to use knowledge and years of experience in the field to put together a step wise course of sorts.
It comprises of 21 parts. Each part is a small series in its own right with a different blog posts to tackle the subject comprehensively. Altogether there will be over 60 blogs in the complete series.
Our hope with this venture is to give due importance to all aspects of setting up a business so that it can serve as a complete guide to anyone who is struggling with outlining a plan of action. After all,
‘Failing to plan is planning to fail.’
With that, we officially start the blog series.
Please leave any feedback or requests you may have for topics you would like us to cover. The suggestions are based on years of experience and exposure to the world of business and enterprise.
The aim is to guide readers on how to start and manage an entrepreneurial venture and to this end we welcome any feedback that you can provide.
Entrepreneurism is becoming more and more fashionable by the day and there’s good reason for that. It is a generational …