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LONDON, ENGLAND, September 28, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Entrepreneurial qualities are becoming more notable among young people in the UK. EA Worldwide Acquisitions; an outsourced sales firm who offer a business development program for those that wish to learn the basics of running a small enterprise in today's economy, have seen a growing trend in the amount of individuals who want more control over their careers and lean towards starting a business. A resource for Entrepreneurs, gaebler.com, reveals the average time to establish an enterprise in England is three years. In 2005, England stood third in terms of percentage of entrepreneurial activities among the top seven industrialized countries, ranking behind only the U.S. and Canada.
Josh Cote, Entrepreneur and Managing Director of EA Worldwide Acquisitions, has promoted the benefits of entrepreneurship for the past 11 years. Speaking at many International conferences on the subject; Josh Cote informs young people to have faith in themselves and ignore the stereotypes surrounding many Entrepreneurs.
Startups.co.uk latest available statistics on business start-ups reveal that the majority of entrepreneurs are white males, in their forties, who live in the South East. They are likely to have been educated to degree or A Level standard and to have previous work experience in the same sector as their business - though they're not necessarily experienced in owning or managing a business.
John O'Keeffe, Commercial Director at Viking, the firm that conducted a study into British student's ambitions says "It's important to note, however, that some of today's most entrepreneurial and aspiring businesses were set up by young people recently out of education."
"I think we will see this data change over the coming years," adds Josh Cote of EA Worldwide Acquisitions. "The Zukerberg's and Cashmore's of today are inspiring more graduates to take the leap into entrepreneurship. Not all students are academic, with many being highly innovative; entrepreneurship could be the perfect choice. Inc.com's 30 under 30 is a great example of the success that can be obtained by young people who chase their dreams."
The London area, in particular, has seen an increase in entrepreneurial activity within the past two to three years. The business development program run by EA Worldwide Acquisitions takes place in London Bridge and requires no previous business skills.
For more information contact, see http://www.eaworldwide.co.uk/.
About Josh Cote:
Josh Cote is an entrepreneur and business owner. He has a BS. in Sports Management from Springfield College, New England, USA.
Since starting his first business in Boston, USA in 2001, Josh Cote has excelled in the outsourced sales industry and gone on to open EA Worldwide Acq. Ltd, an outsourced sales and marketing company based in London, UK.
Now a renowned entrepreneur in the USA and UK markets, Josh Cote is dedicated to fostering greater education of entrepreneurship, business development and opportunities for individual development and growth.
About EA Worldwide Acquisitions:
EA Worldwide Acquisitions was established as part of an expansion from our US outsource sales operations.
Our success enabled us to open our first international office in London, England in the spring of 2007 and an associate office in Madrid, Spain in 2009.
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