The youngest entrepreneurs, self-employed workers, and freelancers have a different mentality about time off than their older counterparts.
Being a successful Millennial entrepreneur requires not only a good idea, but also the grit and the courage to execute that idea -- regardless of any tough times that may come your way.
SCORE would like to highlight some of our talented younger entrepreneur clients, from millennials to pre-teens, during this special month.
It’s one of our favorite times of the year here at SCORE, when we honor small business success stories at the SCORE Awards. This year’s honorees and their mentors have diverse business interests and experience, and together, they exemplify the spirit of small business in the United States.
If it wasn't for SCORE, Kenny Soto says he wouldn't have graduated college with the valuable skills that have helped propel him early on in his career.
SCORE showed Seth Spencer how to juggle college and running a business.
Here are some ways millennipreneurs differ from entrepreneurs of other generations.
More than half (51 percent) of Millennials (ages 18-34) either own or would like to own a business someday. Those numbers could be even higher, if only financial concerns weren’t holding would-be Millennial entrepreneurs back.