Millennials and New Waves of Collaboration Are Pioneering Our Culture

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Millennials and New Waves of Collaboration Are Pioneering Our Culture

It used to be the case that large amounts of capital and resources were needed to start a company. No other time in our history was it possible for twelve people in a room with computers to create a million or even billion dollar company. Today’s millennials aren’t going against the system. They aren’t asking “why” they’re asking “why not”. They’re young, have nothing to loose and if it all fails they can simply go get a day job. This is how the millennial generation is shaping our business world today.

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