An Interview With Young Entrepreneur Jun Loayza

[display_podcast] Jun Loayza graduated from UCLA in 2007 with a degree in Economics. After working for an international consulting firm out of college, he decided he needed a greater challenge—which led him to team up with some college friends to start the company Future Delivery. The company builds fun and productive technology for students and young professionals and recently launching their first project, FD Career. This wasn’t Jun’s first taste of entrepreneurship. He and his friends also started a consulting company back in college. Jun recommends that the best time to start a company is as an undergraduate, not only because there are helpful resources at your university to get started, but also because it's a great time to experiment and get to know yourself. The eMyth Revisited Recommended Book The eMyth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Fail and What to Do About it by Michael Gerber Mitch Joel recently interviewed Michael Gerber on Foreward Thinking, the Business and Motivational Book Podcast. I was recently interviewed by Luke Walker for his blog/podcast Media Ramblings on the future of media and Public Relations.

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