Tips for working as a College Entreprener

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Rich Littlehale, Co-Founder of shares his experiences of Yale and his advice LogoI recently conducted an interview with Rich Littlehale, Co-Founder of paid incentive recycling web service, and Rich was kind enough to stay for a little while longer to talk briefly about his experience working as an entrepreneuer in a college enviorment, he attends Yale, but his advice really applies to any business college, university or centre ANYWHERE!!


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