For the sixth year running, Inc. spotlights the nation’s top startups taking campuses by storm.
Not long ago, people would call college “kids” who started businesses quaint. Now they call them the boss.
Helped in part by low-cost technologies and an increased prevalence of entrepreneurship training at the university level, college students–and indeed those even younger–are making solid strides at founding companies. And they’re not just launching local pizza shops and fashion boutiques. They’re starting up businesses that could scale into much bigger companies and may already cater to a national audience.
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