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Who's Counting?

Full of ideas? Create multiple businesses while still in school. Here's how.

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This story appears in the June 2008 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe »

If you're young and full of the it takes to start a while still in college, why not start two--or even three? That's exactly what 21-year-old Jeremy Clarke did. He started his , a website design company called Vortex Web Solutions, while still in . After starting college at Rose-Hulman Institute of in 2006, he launched SharperResults.com, a web resource used as an assessment tool in classrooms and in homes. And last year, he launched IndyDining.com, a directory of Indianapolis restaurants that includes menus, coupons and reviews. Together, his Middlebury, Indiana-based businesses bring in five-figure sales.

Clarke is full of ideas, and his entrepreneurial spirit is what drives him to launch new business concepts. "I'm really ambitious," he says. "I'm always looking for new opportunities. I want to dip my fingers into as much as possible."

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