Wilmington, DE (PRWEB) September 04, 2014
Entrepreneurial intentions are the highest amongst 18-24 year-olds in the U.S., according to a recent report by the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor. The study indicates that more than one in five individuals in this age demographic have intentions of starting their own business venture, but the reality is that only about four percent of young adults will actually establish a business.
The Company Corporations (http://www.incorporate.com), providers of incorporation and business compliance services to entrepreneurs nationwide, has announced the publication of a new eBook 12 Businesses You Can Start in Your College Dorm – And How to Do it Right, a free guidebook for entrepreneur-minded business students and recent college graduates.
The eBook, written by John Meyer, Director of Education at The Company Corporation, offers eight insightful tips and 12 different business ideas to young adults that have entrepreneurial intentions.
“Some of America’s best businesses were started in dorm rooms and garages,” said John Meyer, author of 12 Businesses You Can Start in Your College Dorm. “You don’t need Mark Zuckerberg-level coding skills to become a college entrepreneur.”
Popular startup business ideas include:
“The younger generation is generally more tech-savvy than older demographics; this creates a competitive advantage for young entrepreneurs to tap into,” explained Meyer.
To download the eBook, visit http://www.incorporate.com/dormroom
About The Company Corporation
With more than 750,000 businesses formed, The Company Corporation® provides affordable incorporation services to small businesses and entrepreneurs nationwide. In addition to filing corporations and limited liability companies (LLCs) in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, The Company Corporation offers a wide range of products and services, including license and permit assistance, corporate kits, business education books, certificates of good standing, Registered Agent services, and business start-up services. Based in Delaware, The Company Corporation serves small business owners nationwide through its websites, http://www.incorporate.com and http://www.llc.com.