Being an entrepreneur can be tough and stressful. It can also be incredibly exciting. If you are an entrepreneur then qualities such as drive and persistence will be a given. Factor in that we are living in the 21st century, and more than likely technology will feature somewhere in the mix. If you find you are fired up, with fresh business ideas that blend in technology, then where is a good place to turn for help?
Judging by my visit to the Information Technologists’ Company (ITC), a very good place to start is The Entrepreneurs’ Forum. Don't be put off by their distinctly retro looking website. It may not have the dazzle of the current wave of Web 2.0 and social media orientated sites, but look at the content and it reveals a golden nugget.
A host of high quality successful entrepreneurs such as Geoff Morris and Paul Finch are willing to be mentors to you the entrepreneur on a voluntarily and without payment basis. Given that these entrepreneurs have a wealth of experience and skill then this is fantastic offer. Their mentoring could be the encouragement you need to achieve your goals.
One such entrepreneur who is benefiting from the The Entrepreneurs Forum is Rajeeb Dey, the powerhouse behind enternships.com . Rajeeb is an impressive individual who notes that:
The experience and knowledge of the people on the panel is very rich, and to have access to it, as a new business, is really helpful.
In these days of press filled stories of greedy bankers it is hard not to be impressed and refreshed by the works of the ITC. Investigate further yourself and get in touch at www.itcmentoring.com