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.
Whether you eventually want to become your own boss or you just want to generate some extra income to pad your savings each month, choosing to start a business on the side is the best way to test your way into finding the right opportunities for making money by putting your skills to good use.
Here are some tips if your child wants to start 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.
Franchising offers a unique opportunity for Millennials who may not have prior business experience to succeed thanks to a business structure that is already in place.