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Here I write about millennial entrepreneurship, with a dose of personal perspective as an African-American woman, mother and fiance.
I'm currently a contributor for Thrive Global, Addicted 2 Success, Good Men Project, Elephant Journal, She Owns It and Business Innovators Magazine, to name a few.
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More Millennials are becoming entrepreneurs than ever before.
A recent study by the Kauffman Foundation found that millennials are starting businesses at nearly twice the rate of any other generation.
There are a number of factors that have contributed to the rise of millennial entrepreneurship. For one, millennials have grown up in a time of great technological innovation and change. This has given them a unique perspective on business and allowed them to utilize new technologies in innovative ways.
Additionally, many millennials grew up during the Great Recession, which taught them how to be creative and resourceful in order to survive tough times.
Millennial entrepreneurs are also changing the way business is done by emphasizing social responsibility and sustainability. They are passionate about making a difference in the world and creating businesses that benefit society as a whole.
In addition, they are more collaborative than previous generations, preferring to work together in teams rather than compete against each other.
So what is driving this trend? And how is millennial entrepreneurship, particularly among women, changing business as we know it?
This is the website where we will explore these questions, answers, trends, business growth strategies and more.