Rajeeb Dey – CEO, Enternships
Rajeeb graduated in 2008, the year Lehman went down, and, despite some great job offers, he decided to set up in business on his own.
His company is Enternships – the aim is giving working in a startup the same kudos as working in a large organisation as an intern.
Lots of people want to start their own businesses, but never do. Analysis paralysis is a problem – we’re taught to be risk-adverse and to frown at failure. Too many people view entrepreneurship as what you do when you don’t have a job. But it’s about freedom and about meaningful work.
There is hope: there are a lot of bodies out there.
Entrepreneurship is jumping off a cliff and building a parachute on the way down. Are you ready to jump?