In their basic form, business and finance education have very little to do with entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship is designed to encourage self-employment, innovation, and creativity. However, specifically in the higher education sector, business schools have traditionally been the main institutions for entrepreneurship development. Similar scenarios exist in secondary schools where the entrepreneurship program is typically assigned to the business studies instructor. We can discover a lot about business-related skills by looking outside classroom practices.
what can we learn from the entrepreneurship fair?
• It's possible to innovate simply.
• Test it out right away.
• Consider the near future and be flexible.
• Work hard and have fun.
• It's not just you and your concept that matters. • Celebrate little victories. (Rampton, 2018) Rampton, J. (2018, February 27). 7 Life Lessons From My Entrepreneurship Journey. Entrepreneur. https://www.entrepreneur.com/leadership/7-life-lessons-from-my-entrepreneurship-journey/234241