In this case the box is the classroom and although the classroom is a wonderful place to learn, there are several under-the-radar options available for those seeking to further their entrepreneurial education.
Entrepreneurial education is not limited to formal 4-year university programs; an abundance of educational resources are available for individuals seeking to enrich their entrepreneurial knowledge base outside of their major. In fact, some of these resources allow one to learn from industry experts from the comfort of their own couch, such as the video-based learning materials produced by G51 EDU.
G51 EDU produces video-based business cases over successful startups, including real entrepreneurial interviews, quizzes, discussion topics and lecture slides. These insightful videos breakdown each startup presenting the 6 tenants of entrepreneurship to give a holistic review of each company. Such insights help individuals understand what it takes to form a new business, where pain points lay within their industry and how to deal with said issues. G51 EDU covers industry spanning from fine art to sports marketing to law. To learn more please visit G51 EDU.