While the website may be called Retire At 21, it is of course open to all ages with a particular desire at present to attract Mentors to the site, who can advise these fledgling businesses. Also, while the goal may appear to be retirement, the real goal is to be financially free
(PRWEB) December 11, 2006
When history is written it seems almost certain that from a business point of view, the first decade of the 21st Century will be remembered best as the Era of The Young Entrepreneur.
Think Chad Hurley and Steven Chen of YouTube.
Think Larry Page and Sergey Brin of Google.
Think Multimillionaires and even Billionaires at very young ages.
And it seems these Young Entrepreneurs are getting even younger. So claims a new website launched this week by 17 year old British Entrepreneur, Michael Dunlop, founder of RetireAt21.com.
The website grew out of Mr Dunlop's own experience as a young entrepreneur and in particular his experience of the ups and downs of launching a number of high traffic websites - all without the usual help of facilities like credit cards or business bank accounts. As Mr Dunlop points out, when you are determined enough, anything is possible.
"Do not let anyone tell you cannot do it, don't let anyone rain on your parade, there is always a way. Sometimes it may have to be a little unconventional and it may mean selling some of your relatives on the idea, but it can be done. Above all, if you believe in yourself and believe it is possible then you are more than halfway there"
Among the websites many features at RetireAt21.com is help with learning webdesign, building an online business, marketing, monetizing your website and a growing Mentor Database.
The website is already creating quite a stir and has attracted some considerable support in the form of over $3500 worth of prizes for a Webmasters Young Gun Competition. Competition will no doubt be quite fierce.
And a final word from Michael "While the website may be called Retire At 21, it is of course open to all ages with a particular desire at present to attract Mentors to the site, who can advise these fledgling businesses. Also, while the goal may appear to be retirement, the real goal is to be financially free" One feels, that this young man in particular may be closer to that goal than most.
Of course, the slip side of this discussion is what will happen when these young entrepreneurs do eventually retire? What charitable foundations or other great achievements will these remarkable young people achieve in their lifetimes?
For sure, a visit to this website will allow you to feel the pulse of this growing Young Entrepreneur phenomenon.
Check the website out at: http://www.retireat21.com
Press Contact: Barry Dunlop - Tel 0044 1903 779538 OR 0044 7860 899235