Mauro-Biello Posted April 6, 2009 Report Share Posted April 6, 2009 So I'm in my late teens/early 20s, and I have no idea if I want to go into university. After spending close to 3 years in CEGEP, it just seems that a higher education is not right for me. It is not set in stone that I will necessarily not go to university in the near future, but recently I was thinking about starting my own business and working part time on the side. I was wondering how hard is it start a business? I mean I see all the kids nowadays are going for accounting/commerce/management majors these days. I look at the current trend and I'm like there were plenty of entrepreneurs who managed to have success with their businesses without going to school right? The way I have things planned out right now, I won't be needing too much capital to start up. Maybe just a couple of hundred bucks or even less for server space (I plan to start an internet commerce) and lots and lots of hours doing market research. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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