When Millennial stereotypes make for good business – The Sociable


It came as no surprise to me, then, when 27-year-old co-founder of food truck Trailer Trash Zoe Lucock told me in an interview for The Sociable that one of the most challenging things about setting up a joint business was having to take on tasks,  such as accounting, that fell outside of her creative preferences. In an article published by The Atlantic, the author, Stephen Harrison, found that challenges such as accessing funding, student debt, competition from abroad and crowded markets put Millennial wannabe-entrepreneurs off the idea of starting their own business.

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