Why did you become an entrepreneur?

8 replies


Johannes Karjula
I wanted to do things that interest me personally and to solve world problems that I considered important. A better answer: to get some salary while studying at university. :)
Chrystal Cienfuegos
My answer isn't very interesting. There was just something I wanted to make. :)
Junior Owolabi
because I'm a software developer that has experienced quite a lot in my short life and like to use technology to prevent them and worse from happening to others. The above is a reason my company is called PrepxUs (Prep times Us; pronounced Preps-Up)
There seemed to be too many limits on a 'job description'; my brain can't be contained and problem solving is an innate hobby.
Ezzat Suhaime
Being around people that were ambitious
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