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Entrepreneurship

Explore Entrepreneurial Careers

Entrepreneurial careers transcend specific job titles, career paths, and industries. While it can mean starting a new business, entrepreneurial careers can be found (or created) in just about every field, industry, and organization! Entrepreneurs create products, services, companies, and even industries. Some work for themselves, or a family business. Others work within traditional companies. Those with entrepreneurial aspirations typically pursue one of the following career paths:

New Venture Creation: ​Launching a company, buying a bus​iness or franchise, starting a new venture in a family enterprise, or commercializing a technology.

Career​s In Existing Entrepreneurial Ve​nt​ures: Working for a startup, small business, corporate entrepreneur, strategic entrepreneurial unit, or other area, such as education, research, public policy, and accelerators.

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No. 1 in Entrepreneurship, The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine, 2014.

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