Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Detroit's Plan to Revitalize Entrepreneurship

If you're interested in entrepreneurship, which we should assume you are or else you wouldn't be reading our blog, then you should take a look at this New York Times article about Bizdon U, a Detroit based program that is aimed at guiding natural entrepreneurs through the essentials of business management for a successful and lucrative career in self-owned, independent business.

The not-for-profit organization finds young adults in Detroit who show particular strengths in their knowledge of independent business management and guides them through the real world with the aid of successful business owners and entrepreneurs.

The goal of the organization is essentially to revitalize the city with new, successful, and sustainable businesses that will in turn create new jobs for the city that has long been within the top twenty metropolitan areas in the country with the highest unemployment rates.

It is great to see that in this day and age, where big business has really proven just how powerful it can be, that people still have not given up on independent business. We wish Bisdon U the best of luck

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