Build-a-.pany Has Made Entrepreneurship Borderless -borderland

Entrepreneurialism People have started to realize that it is much easier to build a .pany with the right people in a borderless and globalized world. Some submitted ideas on Build-a-.pany are almost a blank piece of paper with some volatile thoughts, other projects are almost ready to go or maybe even realized to some extent. There is no right or wrong, says co-founder Jeppe Hansen. The key to any great .pany is the right people and Build-a-.pany initiates that connection. It is a dating site for entrepreneurs. You know the right partner is out there among the thousands of members, you just need some help to find each other. In a time of global crisis, people all over the world are still determined to fulfill their dreams in local or global setups. The website expects to grow to more than 50,000 members in 2011, which is a rather conservative target. Worldwide more than 64 million people between the age of 18 and 64 have been involved in early-stage entrepreneurial activity already, while the figure including people who think about involved in entrepreneurship exceeds 500,000,000 people. While Build-a-.pany contains the drive and innocence of entrepreneurship, the global impact can be enormous. Creative forces are constantly being unleashed and everybody is moving in same direction. It is agile, borderless and even local business projects think global to gain .petitive edges. The site members want to create jobs or participate in interesting projects, find long term relationships with the right people and create wealth for themselves. Innocence or not; this is hardcore business dating and an enabler to create potentially millions of jobs. So how do global entrepreneurs navigate an environment of recession? They innovate. The business models and opportunities are still out there and the pay-off is still as good as any time, but the local pond does not cover the needs, so the entrepreneurs have started expanding their .works and utilize the inter. to gain knowledge on how to develop global partnerships. Even if they think local in their business output, they think global in their delivery models. The devil is in the details, as the saying goes. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: