Starting a Company Aimed at Young People

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joseph masanju
Student (University), Tanzania

Starting a Company Aimed at Young People

I always dream to create my own company aimed at young people. But how can I start and what do you think young people need? What product should I provide to the youth?


Edwin Agbana
Lecturer, Nigeria

How to Start a New Business

Businesses are given birth from the heart.
Your passion can be your first drive.
Apart from that, what you need first is a need analysis to identify opportunities.

Jaap de Jonge
Editor, Netherlands

How to Start your Own Company

@Edwin Agbana: I agree that the Passion of the founder and the Discovery of some existing untapped need (gap) in the market are probably the 2 first things you need.
Nobody can provide those for you, Joseph.


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