from The Huffington Post
by Helen Callier
Millennials want to start businesses to control their own path to financial freedom as well as create their own job security. This is good news to the U.S. economy as 13 million millennials are eager to drive their entrepreneurial vehicle forward according to a Center for Generational Kinetics study in partnership with SBDC. The not so good news is that a significant amount of the millennials wanting to start a small business are not sure where to go for help.
And unless you have been sequestered for years or living in a capsule, everyone knows that millennials grew up with the Internet and are digitally savvy as a result. Yet, with the wealth of information on the Internet, millennials are stopped at the gate squinting for organizations and analog natives for training on how to get started in business.