Traditional business education programs can prepare students for the grind of entrepreneurship.
Structured instruction combined with real-world experience gives students a strong base from which to launch.
But budding entrepreneurs can also learn from the people who go through the lessons.
An ecosystem succeeds when so-called failures aren’t wasted because they teach the entire community lessons.
That’s what I want this page to become: a collection of lessons learned by both successes and failures.
Orlando’s startup community has seen a growth in entrepreneurship.
It’s time to start to gather specific lessons that can be taught to up-and-coming startups.
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