Modern businesses are not necessarily formed and developed in the same way anymore. There are family dynasties, yes, and some major brands and companies have solidified their status as industry giants. The business world is inflexible and always changing, and young entrepreneurs see these changes firsthand as their ideas turn from small websites to large networks.
An Idea is Just One Piece
The Internet allows for virtually anyone to be an entrepreneur. Competition has never been higher. On the flipside, a fantastic idea has the potential to go far with few resources. The best thing is that entrepreneurs can retain their creative freedom because they do not have to “sell out” for financing, resource support, etc. A great idea is a great idea, and it stands to reason the idea will flourish in the right hands.
There is one unfortunate piece to this ideal. The competition is so tough that a good idea can be buried in mistakes. It is not even the good idea that can be silenced. It is the motivation of the entrepreneur. The strict competition can limit potential, not allowing someone with a wonderful idea to shine in the right light.
Fighting the Noise of Competition
The Agency Accelerator Program hopes to solve some of these problems. Spearheaded by Joseph Kashurba, the program seeks to take spirited entrepreneurs to the next level. It hopes to push entrepreneurs who are overwhelmed by the competition on track to success in their industry. The program focuses specifically on freelance experts and young entrepreneurs buried in the noise of the competition. They are talented, but they need to have a track to show that talent.
Joe Kashurba launched the program to engage struggling entrepreneurs and freelancers who are not faltering due to a lack of trying or talent. They are faltering because they may not know the systems to bring them success. This includes an initial strategy session, goal-setting, record-tracking, marketing at many levels, and the many other pieces that go into business. The Agency Accelerator Program encourages small business leaders to take what they know to new places and to retain their creative freedom in the process.