Insights and lessons in what it takes to become a successful young entrepreneur. At the age of 14, Sabirul Islam became an entrepreneur by founding a web design company, whilst growing up in an underprivileged area of East London. When he was 16, he was lecturing teenagers at schools, colleges and universities about what it takes to become a young entrepreneur. In this book, Sabirul Islam presents 25 individuals, who all started out as entrepreneurs in their teenage years, and who have recently gone on to become successful and inspiring role models. Each young entrepreneur is profiled and answers questions about their journey and successes, providing rare insights into and lessons from the world of young entrepreneurs. Those profiled come from all over the world – Europe, the US, Asia and Australia. Branded the “lost generation”, this book will challenge and inspire young people of today to create a successful and fulfilling future for themselves
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Published March 30, 2012
by Marshall Cavendish Business.
Business & Economics.