“This is an important milestone for the agribusiness since never have producers had the ability to recover their investment so quickly therefore allowing them to reinvest capital and make production more efficient.”
It seems nowadays that everyone wants to start their own business; within your own network of friends and family, there’s likely at least one person who has expressed that desire. But just as common, though, is the reluctance of these same people – these “wantrepreneurs” – to actually start those companies. The problem, it seems, is not that they don’t want to start a business (since they’ve clearly expressed the desire to do so); rather, the issue boils down to whether they’re ready (or, at least, feel ready) to start a business. To help those still ambivalent about going off and starting their own companies, Tech.Co reached out to entrepreneurs and asked them: when did you realize that you were ready to start a business?
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