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The Young Entrepreneur

How to Start A Business While You’re Still a Student

Jump-start your entrepreneurial journey with this practical and inspirational guide to starting a business - without dropping out of your studies.
Available to pre-order from 3rd July 2019
EAN: 9780749497347
Edition: 1
Format: 216x138
216 pages

About the book

Do you have the next great start-up idea? Do you already think like an entrepreneur - but haven't yet finished your studies? Research shows that Generation Z (those born roughly between 1996 and 2015) are the most entrepreneurial generation yet. If you don't want to wait until you graduate before launching the next big thing, then this book - written by successful young entrepreneurs and Gen Z-ers Swish Goswami and Quinn Underwood - is for you. Showing you step-by-step how to set up and run your business (without dropping out!), The Young Entrepreneur guides you through the real-life case study of Swish & Quinn's latest venture, and shows you how you can do it too.

Packed with practical and realistic advice, and useful links and templates, The Young Entrepreneur gives you the unvarnished truth of how you can get your business idea off the ground - without sacrificing your education. Featuring inspiring examples and an invaluable resources section to give you the tools you need, this book is your one-stop guide to jump start your entrepreneurial journey.

About the authors

Swish Goswami

Gen Z entrepreneur and venture capitalist Swish Goswami has consulted for organizations such as Google, Western Union and American Express. He was inducted into Plan Canada's Top 20 under 20, and won Startup Canada's Young Entrepreneur of the Year and the UN's Outstanding Youth Leadership award, both in 2016.

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Quinn Underwood

Gen Z social entrepreneur Quinn Underwood is co-founder of healthtech startup ADVIN; analytics company Arzela; and international NGO Indian Umbrella. One of Scotiabank's Bright Future Award winners in 2015, his academic research focuses on global health and mobile technology.

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