Why BGMC is encouraging young professionals to grab entrepreneurship with both hands
Following last week’s shocking news that the United States of America is in the midst of a start-up slump, the New-York based sales and marketing firm BGMC have been encouraging young professionals in the industry to embrace entrepreneurship.
The news that broke last week via the Census Bureau states that a total of 414,000 new businesses were launched in 2015 that although is an increase on the previous year is still below the 558,000 companies established in 2006, the year before the recession. An argument being that due to large corporations stifling their potential young entrepreneurs, fewer and fewer startups are being established, a trend BGMC wants to change.
Upon the news breaking, BGMC was astounded by the decrease in new businesses, stating that this is a massive opportunity for the sales and marketing industry. BGMC has always encouraged young professionals to embrace entrepreneurship, and is urging other companies to follow suit. The firm has stated that the industry has a chance for experienced professionals to offer training and guidance to new individuals within the sales and marketing sector, inspiring them to go on to become successful business owners.
BGMC has long held the belief that it is important for everyone to learn and develop entrepreneurial skills within their professional lives. The company has continually invested time and training into mentoring young professionals to become successful entrepreneurs within the sector.
BGMC’s Managing Director, Brittany Goodman states, “We believe entrepreneurship comes from within, the marketing industry is a prime pool of talented individuals, and we must offer guidance so they can go on to produce exciting and successful new businesses”.
The company is hopeful that the sales and marketing industry will continue to support young professionals in this way, urging other businesses to follow this example. BGMC is optimistic that the start-up slump will soon become a distant memory, and is excited for the future of entrepreneurship.