This entrepreneur insists any business can launch for free
Clip: 03/14/2019 | 8m 19s
It’s commonly believed that you need money to start a company, but a pair of British entrepreneurs are spreading a different message. Through their initiative PopUp Business School, Alan Donegan and his team train people with little capital, but a lot of ideas, how to turn their entrepreneurial visions into reality. Paul Solman reports on how the free program encourages aspiring innovators.
Aired: 03/14/19Video has closed captioning.
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