We are excited to present episode 5 of the podcast where we take a deep dive into the jobs crisis in America. In this episode, we will be discussing the steps we need to take to help support entrepreneurship and fuel businesses and organizations to grow and add jobs.
Today we have on the show, Chuck Sacco. Chuck is an educator and entrepreneur at the Charles D Close School of Entrepreneurship at Drexel University. At Drexel, Chuck runs many great initiatives, educates the future entrepreneurs of America, and runs a startup incubator called the Baiada Institute of Entrepreneurship.
The KEY takeaways you should have from this episode are:
- The role of automation in the jobs crisis and how entrepreneurs and small businesses will lead the way in developing jobs that might not even exist right now
- How figuring out the market and problem you are solving for as an entrepreneur is one of the most important aspects, even more than figuring out your product,
- What is corporate entrepreneurship and why it may be most critical to impacting the jobs crisis
- One of the most critical factors for entrepreneurs might be team dynamic and a network of mentors