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Graduate Entrepreneurship: How to Start Your Business After University (Palgrave Career Skills) Paperback – 19 Oct 2016
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About the Author
Michael Tefula is former Vice President of the University of Birmingham Entrepreneurs' Society, and an alumnus of NACUE - the largest student entrepreneurship organisation in the UK. He has previously worked in corporate finance and in the private equity and investment industry. His previous publications include How to Get a First: Insights and Advice From a First-Class Graduate and Student Procrastination: Seize the Day and Get More Work Done.
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28 December 2016
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This is vital reading for the business novice. In a sound and articulate prose, Tefula makes entrepreneurship concepts accessible to all. But the beauty of the work is that it presents entrepreneurship for what it is – no sugarcoating of the pitfalls and dangers of being an entrepreneur – while encouraging the least risk-taking of us to give it a try.
18 June 2017
Really great and relevant insights to undertaking a rather non-traditional route post graduating. I really like that the book explains, and details the pros and cons of an entreprenurial journey, and doesn't force an opinion upon the reader. Highly recommended read, especially for second and third year uni students, or masters candidates.