College Kids Have Embraced the Internet BIG TIME.
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Dineh Mohajer, then 27 years old, founded Hard Candy Cosmetics. She started her company by accident when she was a pre-med student at the University of Southern California and
couldn’t find a toenail polish to match the color of her sandals. In 1999, her company was acquired by Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessey.
Larry Page, age 27, co-founder of the search engine Google, started the business in 1999 when he and his partner were Ph.D students at Stanford University. The company was funded, by an angel investor, with a check for $100,000 before the company was even incorporated.
Art Meisel, started three (3) dot-com companies at 17 years old. He states that his greatest inspiration came from author and philosopher, Ayn Rand, who claimed she wrote for the simple happiness of creating something new. He believes that being a CEO means: Envisioning. Doing. Creating.
Art launched his first venture, called LionTex - a Web site design company at 14. His second venture was TEK, which outfits homes and cars with across-the-board technology solutions.
His third venture, called dial-food.com offered online takeout menus.
As you are reading this article, do you feel inspired to grab your ideas and take them to the launching phase right now? Is it possible that you have the million dollar answer to your fortune hidden in the pages of an old notebook? Look through your closet, or wherever you keep your old notes or your diary from years past.
Can you recall a business idea you had, maybe five or ten
years ago that could work at this time? Now! Today! If you take a good look at what’s going on in the economy, or in the world right now... maybe, just maybe, the timing is right for you to start a business or expand the one you now own... on the Internet.
You can begin the process by getting a great domain name today!
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