If you’re having trouble finding the perfect job, the best solution might be to start your own business.

This week on Street Beat, Host Roxanne Steele from 98.7 AMP Radio talks Lucy Zhao, the Chief Development Officer for MHacks, and Organizer Jamie Sookprasong, about the University of Michigan program that encourages young entrepreneurs to create innovative ideas for marketable products.

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Then, LifeLine Consulting President Nicole Huffman and Marcus Burrell, the Chief Operating Officer of Victory Mobile, discuss the role of business mentors in growing your business.

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Then, Adam Candeub, a Professor of Law for Michigan State University, explains the some of the legal paperwork needed to secure your business ideas.

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Finally, Gerald Moore, the Michigan District Director for the Small Business Association, explains some of the programs offered by the SBA to help entrepreneurs set up and grow their businesses.

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