How Four Visionaries Created High-Revenue Businesses On A Shoestring
“Starting a business, particularly if you are young and don’t have any money and contacts, is unbelievably tough,” says Wileman, who worked as a science educator before becoming an entrepreneur. “You don’t want to sound like you’re moaning about stuff, but it’s unbelievably difficult. The first year I probably worked 15 hours a day, seven days a week and didn’t take a day off for 12 months.
But that hard work paid off. Today the business he started in 2008 brings in seven-figure revenue—and Wileman is gunning to hit a big goal: Making science “awesome” for 1 million children at the company’s parties. He has 560,000 kids to go.”
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