Back to Business
School's out and there's no better time to heat up your business plans.
Feeling the summer heat starting to creep up, you're dreaming of the end of finals and lazy days by the pool. But being the entrepreneurially minded student that you are, you know your summer vacation is the perfect time to build and grow your business. The free time that eludes you during busy semesters will be in abundance, so summer is the time to focus on your business and maximize your efficiency.
During the school year you're balancing school, maybe a part-time job and trying to launch a business idea, but during the summer, your business can effectively be your full-time job, says Raman Chadha, executive director of the Coleman Entrepreneurship Center at DePaul University in Chicago. "The summer is a great time to engage in those activities that you may not have the time for or may not be as mission-critical during the school year, such as overall business and strategic planning," he says.
Continue reading this article — and all of our other premium content with Entrepreneur+
For just $5, you can get unlimited access to all Entrepreneur’s premium content. You’ll find:
- Digestible insight on how to be a better entrepreneur and leader
- Lessons for starting and growing a business from our expert network of CEOs and founders
- Meaningful content to help you make sharper decisions
- Business and life hacks to help you stay ahead of the curve